The UT Boyd Center for Business and Economic Research finds that the uninsured rate for Tennessee children declined for the second straight year.
Quantum entanglement is the stuff of science fiction, advanced physics research and, increasingly, technology used by governments, banks and the military.
Nature begins forming patterns at the molecular level – and sometimes they grow to enormous sizes.
Not all cases of La Crosse disease affect the neurological system, but those that do can be severe and sometimes fatal – especially in children.
UT’s polymer research spans chemistry, physics, chemical engineering, biosystems engineering, and forestry.
Introduction to Culinary Medicine, the first class of its kind in Knoxville, teaches culinary medicine for health care professionals. The curriculum includes instruction in basic nutrition principles and culinary skills as well as information on how fresh food prepared healthfully can be used to prevent, improve, or reverse chronic diseases.
Faculty members in social work and law have written on a variety of topics related to women’s reproductive health for The Conversation.
Treating a potentially deadly pregnancy complication gets caught up in the abortion debate. A nurse-midwife explains why it shouldn’t.
Research is revealing that fitness trackers alone can be helpful facilitators toward changing a sedentary lifestyle but don’t motivate people to increase their physical activity.
What may look like a glow in a picture, is actually an animal’s natural hunting trait.
Matthew Cook explains how math and nutrition can help runners maximize their energy output for The Conversation.
UT has entered into a new partnership with Cherokee Health Systems to address relevant health issues and advance the development of health education and research.