Don’t get lassoed by allergies and germs this rodeo season Experts at Baylor College of Medicine have tips to help folks stay healthy and enjoy their favorite rodeo activities. Maintaining your child’s relationship with food Whether a parent or child has an eating disorder or a complicated relationship with food, it is important to understand the psychological influence eating patterns have on children. Lights Out Cancer event raises more than $1 million for research Baylor College of Medicine’s Lights Out Cancer event raised nearly $1.1 million to support cancer research at Baylor’s Dan L Duncan Comprehensive Cancer Center. Cardiovascular disease risk factor targeted for new treatment Baylor College of Medicine researchers are beginning trials to test two new drugs that directly target Lp(a) levels. Don’t let binge-worthy shows become a pain in the neck If binge-watching nominated movies and television shows is a part of your plans during awards season, keep in mind that sitting or lying down for long periods can impact your posture and lead to chronic pain.