Posts written by Lauren Silverman

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Physical Therapy Goes Mobile: A Dallas-Created App Connects Patients To Providers


After a bone marrow biopsy left her with back pain a few years ago, Naveen Khan was given a set of physical therapy exercises to follow. And like many patients, she forgot how to do most of them by the time she got home. Unlike most patients, she decided to create an app to help her remember.

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Kenyan health officials take the temperatures of passengers arriving at the Nairobi airport on Thursday. Kenya has no reported cases of Ebola, but it's a transportation hub and so is on alert.

Perot Museum Takes On Epidemics & Pandemics: From Influenza to West Nile to Ebola


Texas has seen its share of infectious diseases — from West Nile virus to the measles, even Ebola has become headline news in the Lone Star State. Now the Perot Museum of Nature and Science in Dallas is tackling the tricky topic of infectious diseases — and vaccines — at an event Thursday night.

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