Research by Dr. Benjamin Levine, director of the Institute for Exercise and Environmental Medicine at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas, was featured on WebMD.com. The story looked at a new study, led by Levine, that showed an exercise training program can work better than medication for those with a debilitating heart problem called POTS (postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome). About 500,000 people in the U.S., mostly young women, are affected by the condition.
Texas Health Kaufman in Cedar Creek Pilot
The annual Spring Into Action 5K at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Kaufman was featured recently in the Cedar Creek Pilot. Proceeds from the run, held in March, will help fund a child car-safety initiative. As part of the program, car seat checkups will be held at the hospital on the fourth Saturday of each month for local parents wanting more information about travel safety. The Child Automobile Safety Initiative also provides free car seats to parents whose seats do not meet national safety guidelines.
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