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Researchers Awarded $1.5 Million to Help Fight Cancer

The funding from the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas will support research projects related to pediatric cancer.

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.

Students Show Kids They're Born to Ride

The South Plains Autism Network brings children and their families together for a day of bike riding fun.

Lost in Translation: Audiologists Work to Overcome Language Barriers

English-speaking audiologists hope to improve communication with Spanish-speaking patients with help from a national grant.

TTUHSC's Got Talent

Students from all schools on the Lubbock campus came together in a talent show welcoming first-year medical students.

Lubbock’s Little Black Dress

The Laura W. Bush Institute for Women's Health in Lubbock will launch its premier fundraising event with dresses, drinks and desserts.

Beyond the Crown: Miss Hub City Aims to Keep Lubbock Healthy

Health educator Desiree Markham spends her days teaching students the benefits of a healthy lifestyle while also on the journey to Miss Texas USA.

Regents Give the Green Light on Community Health Center Expansion

A national award of $5 million will more than double the size of the Larry Combest Community Health Wellness Center.

Professorship Honors a Living Legend

Before the School of Medicine had its own place to call home, Bernell Dalley was making an impact on future health care providers.

Lubbock Walks for Prematurity

Community members showed up to support the fight against prematurity at the annual March of Dimes March for Babies.

Take a Step Toward Workplace Wellness

Attendees of an upcoming symposium will learn the importance of employee well-being.

Awareness is a Step Toward Child Abuse Prevention

Abuse can be physical, emotional, sexual or stem from the neglect of a child's most basic needs.

Students Take First Place at National Competition

The team demonstrated their ability to work together to build a better health care system.

Occupational Therapy Isn't About Finding a Job

Occupational therapy faculty and students clear up misunderstandings and spread the word about their chosen profession.

Physical Therapy Helps Amputees Lead Fuller Lives

Local and regional orthotists and prosthetists recently introduced students to new techniques and devices.

What to Do When Caring Hurts

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

To the Core: Not Your Average Microscope

Lubbock is now home to one of Texas' three state-of-the-art Image Analysis Core Facilities.

Break the Binge Trend this Spring

High alcohol use can lead to negative health consequences, even if you're not a long-term alcoholic.

Delicious and Nutritious: Grant to Help Create a Health Conscious Community

More than $50,000 from the Texas Department of State Health Services will be used to provide the Lubbock community with tools needed to get healthy.

Let's Talk About Sex

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