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Border Violence Takes Its Toll on Children's Health

A new study by researchers at the Paul L. Foster School of Medicine has uncovered an increase in mental health problems for children on the U.S./Mexico border.

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.

Safety First: Event Offers Help to Children on Wheels

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

Medical Students' Service Project Hits Home

The Paul L. Foster School of Medicine Class of 2012 brings joy to victims of domestic abuse through shelter makeover.

Give the Gift of Life with Organ Donation

The selfless act of an organ donor saved one El Paso staff member's life and she encourages others to do the same.

What's Your Poison?

The West Texas Regional Poison Center raises awareness and promotes poison prevention among 36 counties.

El Paso Cancer Researchers Receive $4.2 Million

Two projects at the Paul L. Foster School of Medicine will benefit from the Cancer Prevention Research Institute of Texas funding.

Is it Your Thyroid?

Thyroid conditions are often mistaken for other medical issues.

Joining Forces with First Lady to Serve Veterans

The goal of the initiative is to provide veterans and military families with the health care support they deserve.