Texas Health Resources in Computerworld Magazine 06/20/2011
Texas Health Resources in Computerworld Magazine
Texas Health Resources has been selected for the fourth straight year by Computerworld magazine as one of the "100 Best Places to Work in IT." Texas Health placed No. 19 on the list. The list appeared in the magazine’s June 20 issue and online.
Texas Health Dallas on Newsday.com
Research from the Institute for Exercise and Environmental Medicine at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas was featured recently on Newsday.com. The story featured new findings by IEEM researchers that show long-term aerobic activity helps preserve the brain’s white matter, which is needed for key brain functions. The story included quotes from lead author Benjamin Tseng, Ph.D., a researcher in the IEEM’s Cerebrovascular Lab.
Texas Institute for Surgery in Dallas Medical Journal
The cover story of the Dallas Medical Journal’s current issue featured Drs. Harlan Pollock and Todd Pollock, father and son cosmetic surgeons on the medical staff of Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas and Texas Institute for Surgery at Texas Health Presbyterian Dallas. The Pollocks developed the Progressive Tension Sutures procedure, which reduces seroma formation, a common abdominoplasty complication, while decreasing patient recovery time.
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