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As a Hispanic-serving institution among the top 5% of research universities in the nation, the University of Texas at El Paso fosters a climate of scholarly inquiry, with a special focus on addressing major health issues that confront the U.S… Read moreCoronavirus, brain injury among UTEP’s research
Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center El Paso focuses much of its research on diseases and disorders directly impacting El Pasoans and Latino populations. Read moreTTUHSC El Paso: Finding treatments, cures
With hospitals around the country reporting a recent drop in the number of stroke cases arriving in their emergency rooms, some health experts suspect that fear of COVID-19 may be causing people to avoid going to the hospital and calling 911 … Read moreDuring Pandemic, Don’t Ignore Signs of Stroke
El Pasoans are living longer but not necessarily better than their counterparts in most Texas counties. Read more2020 El Paso County Health Rankings
What happens when a pandemic brings in-person visits with your doctor to a grinding halt? Read moreReady to see your doctor but scared to go?
As El Pasoans continue to ride the waves of a volatile year in the borderland, medical providers want to make sure everyone is paying attention to their mental health and learning the best ways to cope with stress. Read moreCheck mental wellness during volatile times
While telemedicine is not a new technology, it was one that was not widely used or incorporated across the medical spectrum, until recently. Read moreTelemedicine grows as patients avoid doctor offices
It seems there’s little else to talk about these days that’s not related to the COVID-19 pandemic that’s plaguing the world, and still our questions persist as things change. Read moreQ&A: COVID-19: Recovery, drugs and immunity
It’s difficult to keep up with the different studies and emerging drugs to treat coronavirus symptoms or vaccines to prevent it as the pandemic grows. Read moreCOVID-19 drugs, treatments and vaccines
Ruben Meraz began tracking his glucose levels several years ago. His father and grandfather had diabetes, and he saw the detrimental effects it had on them. Read moreDiabetes prevalent in borderland
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