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'The pill' for guys: Male birth control option passes safety tests

A male birth control pill has moved one step closer to reality, but will men actually take a daily oral contraceptive?

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3 signs your vocal cords may be damaged

Everyone loses their voice or experiences hoarseness temporarily, but if vocal problems persist you need to take action to avoid long-term or permanent damage. Here are 3 signs you should seek voice care.

COVID; Prevention

Life cycle of a coronavirus: How respiratory illnesses harm the body

How can a microscopic respiratory infection such as COVID-19 wreak such havoc in the body so quickly? And why do some patients get hit harder than others. Lung specialist Sonja Bartolome, M.D., discusses how a coronavirus can progress in our respiratory tracts.

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Attention women: Low sex drive? Testosterone won’t help

Lack of interest in sex can strain relationships. Dr. Carr explains why testosterone therapy for women is not a quick fix for low libido.

'From the research lab to the bedside and into survivorship, precision medicine has expanded the medical community's understanding of cancer biology. But it requires a multidisciplinary approach – physicians and scientists, surgeons and radiation oncologists all working as a team – particularly as more advanced therapies are approved for a larger population of patients.'

COVID; Prevention

COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy: How to overcome the culture of mistrust

Having highly effective COVID-19 vaccines is only half the battle. Kavita Bhavan, M.D., a UT Southwestern infectious diseases specialist, has devised successful strategies to break through the barriers to trust in communities of color, helping them feel more confident about getting vaccinated.

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