Long School of Medicine

MSN.com: Kids and politics: In a divided country, are children destined to grow up on 1 side?

October 29, 2020
 

Dr. Barbara Robles-Ramamurthy, Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, is quoted in this CNN story. She recommends focusing on values and morals as families work through today’s issues. Read the story.



This fall, keep up your resolve – and masks! – against COVID-19

October 29, 2020
 

Predictive models of expected disease activity agree: How we will fare depends on public behavior. Everyone should continue masking, handwashing and social distancing.



Texas Standard: Ask a doctor: How can my family celebrate Halloween safely this year?

October 29, 2020
 

Dr. Fred Campbell, General and Hospital Medicine, continues in his public service to a statewide audience through an installment of Texas Standard’s “Ask a Doctor” program, a radio program produced in the state capital in collaboration with Texas Public Radio San Antonio, KUT Austin, KERA North Texas and Houston Public Media. Dr. Campbell answered listeners’ […]


CNN: Kids and politics: In a divided country, are children destined to grow up on 1 side?

October 28, 2020
 

Dr. Barbara Robles-Ramamurthy, Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, is quoted in this CNN story. She recommends focusing on values and morals as families work through today’s issues. Read the story.


Yahoo! Finance: El Paso imposes curfew as COVID-19 cases overwhelm Texas hospitals

October 28, 2020
 

In this video interview, Dr. Owais Durrani, Emergency Medicine resident, discusses the surge in U.S. coronavirus-related hospitalizations and precautions taken to stop the spread. Watch the interview.


Texas Public Radio: Ask the experts: What will the next few months of the COVID-19 crisis look like?

October 28, 2020
 

Jason Bowling, Infectious Diseases, was a guest on Texas Public Radio’s “The Source” answering listeners’ questions on a variety of topics including whether cold weather makes people more susceptible to COVID-19 and how we can be sure that a vaccine will be safe. Read and listen to the interview.