UT Healthier News - UT Healthier News - Latest: coronavirus updates, Clinical trials in cancer - Mar. 17, 2020 http://utmedicine.us.newsweaver.com/uthealthier/ en-us 18 Mar 2020 09:11:54 CDT 18 Mar 2020 09:11:54 CDT http://utmedicine.us.newsweaver.com/uthealthier/rss.xml Newsweaver UTHealthierNews@uthscsa.edu (UT Health San Antonio Physicians) support@newsweaver.ie (Newsweaver) 60 true Know the latest: coronavirus updates http://utmedicine.us.newsweaver.com/uthealthier/vxxs9xvg00h?rss=true Stay up-to-date with our planning and safety protocols regarding coronavirus (COVID-19). 17 Mar 2020 12:00:00 CDT 77fbd679e2fddfaf20078c6736881f4d Feature Article <h2 style="box-sizing: border-box; line-height: 1; margin: 0px 0px 0.625rem; font-weight: 300; font-family: Cardo, 'Times New Roman', serif; font-size: 1.5625em; color: #ffffff;"><span style="color: #000000; font-family: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 16px;">Stay up-to-date with our planning and safety protocols regarding coronavirus (COVID-19).</span></h2> http://utmedicine.us.newsweaver.com/files/200/1000320/1003176/884385/943547769d3a9e26ebd32539/2020_03_coronavirus_social_media-jn.png https://www.uthscsa.edu/patient-care/physicians/covid-19 Clinical trials’ value for cancer and San Antonio http://utmedicine.us.newsweaver.com/uthealthier/1r9t3rxfx20?rss=true Dr. Amelie Ramirez discusses the importance of the 180+ clinical trials happening at the Mays Cancer Center, and their positive impact for a city with a high Hispanic population. 27 Mar 2019 12:00:00 CDT dd5e7a07123d2c28a15580245aa43fa8 Feature Article <p>Dr. Amelie Ramirez discusses the importance of the 180+ clinical trials happening at the Mays Cancer Center, and their positive impact for a city with a high Hispanic population. </p> http://utmedicine.us.newsweaver.com/files/200/1000320/1003176/884385/8427097a5bf6bfd25fcf600b/istock-1094439638.jpg https://www.uthscsa.edu/patient-care/physicians/news-item/clinical-trials%E2%80%99-value-cancer-and-san-antonio Addressing sleep disorders: veterans and active military http://utmedicine.us.newsweaver.com/uthealthier/1h876qkmtv2?rss=true Sleep disorders are more common for those in the military and veterans than in the general population. UT Health San Antonio researchers helped write new guidelines based on proven treatments for military personnel and veterans with insomnia and sleep apnea. 02 Mar 2020 12:00:00 CST 02cb24a48beda7d4932a17dbd5e42f6f Feature Article <p>Sleep disorders are more common for those in the military and veterans than in the general population. UT Health San Antonio researchers helped write new guidelines based on proven treatments for military personnel and veterans with insomnia and sleep apnea.</p> http://utmedicine.us.newsweaver.com/files/200/1000320/1003176/884385/3b649fb95bbbf521475544a0/insomnia-sleep-disorder-image_shutterstock_cropped.jpg https://news.uthscsa.edu/new-guidelines-address-sleep-related-issues-in-military-personnel-and-veterans/