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Women Don't Have to Live With Chronic Pelvic Pain

New women's clinic is open in Midland and physicians are now taking appointments.

Chancellor’s Council Awards Announced

For 11 years, the council has recognized university system faculty members for outstanding teaching and research.

Laura Bush Believes Differences Matter

Through the Laura W. Bush Institute for Women's Health, the former first lady serves as an advocate for gender-based medicine.

Berk: A Cure for Alzheimer's Disease is on the Horizon

Researchers are working on ways to better understand and treat a degenerative brain disease that affects more than 5 million Americans.

Take a Step Toward Cancer Awareness

Entries are now being accepted for the second annual Art Heals Creative Expo in Lubbock.

College Girls Get Health Advice During a Night Out on the Town

Event teaches hundreds of young women in San Angelo about sexual health, self-defense and fitness.

New Director to Put Institute Streets Ahead of its Peers

Laura Street has been named the new executive director of the Laura W. Bush Institute for Women's Health.

Passing in Pink

A football club in the Permian Basin honors breast cancer survivors for their bravery and raises money for a free program to help others who might develop the disease.

Board Meets to Discuss Women's Health Care

The National Advisory Board of the Laura W. Bush Institute for Women's Health met in Lubbock to discuss institute advancement and research.