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President Mitchell On the Race to Better Health

At the 2012 Ironman World Championship, Mitchell served as a volunteer physician for nearly 2,000 endurance athletes.

Get the Lowdown on Simulation and Teamwork from TLC's "The Little Couple" Star

Jennifer Arnold, M.D., tells us how she maintains star status both professionally and on TV.

If You Can’t Get Moving, Get a Friend to Move You

Exercising with a buddy that has similar fitness goals can be fun and keep you motivated.

Class Twists and Turns Into New Autism Therapy

Speech therapy graduate students have turned a popular form of dance into an outlet to improve a variety of skills for autistic children.

University Sees Record Growth

With 4,391 students, enrollment is up 7.25 percent over last year.

Alumni Score Big in the NFL

Through hard work and motivation, two graduates of the School of Allied Health Sciences were given the opportunity of a lifetime.

Give Your Career the EDGE With New Program

Beginning this fall, registered nurses in Texas will have a more accessible way to earn a bachelor's degree.

On a Mission for Better Health Care

A group of students recently took their skills on the road to provide care to the impoverished and underserved citizens of Nicaragua.

Survivors Share the Sound of Recovery

A unique group of Lubbockites strengthen their voices each week in a new, student-established choir.

Start Your Summer Off On the Right Foot

With warm weather comes barefoot activities that could leave your feet howling for months to come.

Ignorance Isn't Bliss: 5 Health Issues Men Need to Know

Allan Haynes Jr., M.D., tells us why men should make their health a top priority.

El Paso Steps Closer to Freestanding Health Sciences University

With support from the Board of Regents and the El Paso community, a new university will soon join the Texas Tech University System.

No Tassel Left Unturned at Commencement

Hundreds of students were welcomed into the health care profession at the annual ceremony.

Advocating, Learning, Caring: A Tribute to Our Nurses

In honor of National Nurses Week, we asked our nurses to give us the lowdown on their profession. They answered.

Endometriosis: It's All in the Family

Typically diagnosed between ages 25 to 35, endometriosis is often found in women with a family history of the condition.

Books: Just What the Doctor Ordered

Texas Tech Physicians of Amarillo has partnered with Reach Out and Read to promote early literacy and prepare children for school.

Safety First: Event Offers Help to Children on Wheels

El Paso medical students host health fair and bicycle helmet giveaway.

What to Do When Caring Hurts

Compassion fatigue can be a crippling condition for caregivers in a variety of settings.

Let's Talk About Sex

Sexual activity and STDs are on the rise in senior citizens and college students.

Man Up Against Testicular Cancer

PC Support Unit Manager Jason Morton's testicular cancer diagnosis nearly three years ago changed his life and encouraged him to spread awareness through Single Jingles.