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Feeling blue? Practicing yoga might help boost your mood

Feeling blue? Practicing yoga might help boost your mood New research shows the exercise may ease depression If you’re a devout yogi, your downward dog poses may have more health benefits than just to your physical well-being. New research shows practicing yoga, in conjunction with traditional therapy, is effective in boosting your mood and decreasing depression.
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Fishing for good supplement ideas?

Fishing for good supplement ideas? fish oil soft gels lying on white porcelain plate in the form of fish (yellow background) New American Heart Association study says fish oil helps after heart attack Nearly 19 million adults take omega-3 fish oil supplements as part of their daily regimen, but how many…
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Think you only use 10 percent of your brain? Try 100

Think you only use 10 percent of your brain? Try 100 Think you only use 10 percent of your brain? Try 100 New brain study debunks myth You may have heard that you only use 10 percent of your brain. But Robert Buchanan, MD, chief of neurosurgery at Ascension Seton Brain and Spine Institute says you actually use…
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To Use Antibiotics or Avoid Them in OB-GYN Surgery?

To Use Antibiotics or Avoid Them in OB-GYN Surgery? Seton-UT Dell Medical School Resident Presents Exciting New Research Mary Rieger, MD, a second-year OB-GYN resident at Ascension Seton and The University of Texas at Austin Dell Medical School, has presented new research that may lead to a novel use for antibiotics when treating certain wounds in…
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Experts Combat Stroke With New Research

Experts Combat Stroke With New Research Central Texas Becoming Widely Recognized for Advancing Treatments Experts from across the globe gather this week in Spain to learn some of the latest stroke research from leaders of the new Ascension Seton Dell Medical School Stroke Institute and the medical school. Steven Warach MD, medical director of the…
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Engineers and Physicians: Vital Partners

Engineers and Physicians: Vital Partners Under the headline “Engineers and Physicians: Vital Partners in the Health Care Revolution,” Texas Engineer, the magazine of The University of Texas’ Cockrell School of Engineering, featured an early success story about a Ascension Seton physician partnering closely – and successfully – with a UT researcher. Such partnerships already are…
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Doctors See Jump in Ladder Fall Injuries

Doctors See Jump in Ladder Fall Injuries It’s the time of year to start stringing lights and hanging decorations from places often times high and out of reach. While it might not seem dangerous, doctors say holiday decorating, if done wrong, can cause injury and, in extreme cases, death. Researchers at University Medical Center Brackenridge…
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Studies Seek to Improve Stroke Diagnoses, Care – And Prevent Stokes

Researchers with the Seton/UT Southwestern Clinical Research Institute, led by Executive Director Steven Warach, MD, will explore how stroke diagnosis and patient care can improve dramatically – and subsequent strokes can be prevented – using two new, advanced magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) systems at Ascension Seton Medical Center Austin.
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