Parents say their kids have something called Pandas, and it's not cute or cuddly.
The Texas Attorney General's Office says a drugmaker lied in order to push an antipsychotic on foster children. So why are kids as young as three still taking the drug?
Not a good experience, in the OR or the courtroomYou go to a doctor because you have an enlarged testicle. Clearly you're not having a run of good luck to begin with.The doctor you get at LBJ Hospital is Dr. Run Wang. Maybe you feel encouraged by this, maybe you don't. He and another doctor diagn ... More >>
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Photo courtesy UTWell over a year ago -- back in May 2008, when Hillary Clinton was still a viable candidate for the Democratic nomination -- the UT Health Science Center here in Houston hired Dr. Larry Kaiser as its new president.How much does he love Houston? So much that the UT Board of Regent ... More >>
Finally, Gene Locke has got a TV ad. The last of the three major candidates to hit the air in these tough-to-raise-cash times, he will be up soon with this 30-second piece of art. (Although, as with the other candidates, there's no telling just how often he'll buy time to run it.)As we have done ... More >>
For a few hours yesterday, the lead story at Chron.com gravely warned Houstonians on the dangers of mixing generators and video games. Researchers at the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston evidently found that this happened often in the blacked-out weeks in the wake of Hurricane Ik ... More >>
Another approach to drug trials
Stem cell restrictions could send Texas Medical Center researchers fleeing to California
There'll be no waivers for patients in this experimental blood-substitute program
From leftist camps and corporate security to semi-panic and port patrols, Houstonians tackle terrorism threats. Sort of.
Harris County jailers are in no hurry to hand out meds to inmates with AIDS. Inmates claim this and other lockup practices endanger their lives.
When the prof reported his boss's sexual advances, guess who lost his job?
When it comes to alternatives to the drug war, some warriors would rather you not hear about it