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Inoculate Children Against Cyberbullying With New “Off The Grid” Game

By on August 18, 2017 in Central Texas, Featured, Health News Texas with 0 Comments
Inoculate Children Against Cyberbullying With New “Off The Grid” Game

Inoculate children against cyberbullying with “Off The Grid”, a game that ensures a two-way family conversation, because parents and children take turns asking each other questions.

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Ascension’s Seton Medical Mission at Home Provides Needed Heathcare for Hays Residents

By on January 29, 2017 in Central Texas, Featured, Pro Bono with 0 Comments
Ascension’s Seton Medical Mission at Home Provides Needed Heathcare for Hays Residents

The Ascension Medical Mission at Home and Seton Healthcare Family brought to Hays County, the product of more than 500 volunteers and community organizations to meet the medical needs of residents.

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More than 45,000 March in Austin in Support of Women and Family Rights

By on January 21, 2017 in Central Texas, Featured, Health News Texas with 0 Comments
More than 45,000 March in Austin in Support of Women and Family Rights

More than 45,000 men, women and children of all ages crowded into downtown Austin on a bright Saturday afternoon for the Women’s March on Austin.

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Summertime Safety Tips from the Center for Disease Control

Summertime Safety Tips from the Center for Disease Control

It’s summertime, and that means it’s time to go outside and enjoy the weather. The return of warmer temperatures brings thoughts of freedom, relaxation, exploration, and being closer to nature.

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Spinal Cord Injury Patients Conquer Fear One Step at a Time at Seton Recovery Center

By on July 1, 2016 in Featured, Patient Care with 4 Comments
Spinal Cord Injury Patients Conquer Fear One Step at a Time at Seton Recovery Center

For spinal cord injury patients fear is a part of everyday life, especially the fear that they may never have the life they once enjoyed. As a quadripertic Daniel Curtis faces that fear daily from his wheelchair.

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A Mother’s Illness Brings Family Closer

By on June 30, 2016 in Featured, Health News Texas with 0 Comments
A Mother’s Illness Brings Family Closer

In April, 65 year-old Anna Guajardo was preparing for a family cruise with her brothers and sisters. Instead of sailing off on holiday, Ramirez sailed into stormy seas in a struggling for her life.

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Shrimping Part of Sabrina Galloway’s Life After Father’s Death

By on March 27, 2016 in Featured, Health News Texas with 0 Comments
Shrimping Part of Sabrina Galloway’s Life After Father’s Death

Trapped in the engine room of her father’s capsized shrimp boat for more than four hours while struggling to stay alive with her father’s lifeless body somewhere beneath the murky waters of Galveston Bay, 19-year-old Sabrina Galloway has good reason to hate her father’s boat, hate shrimping, hate Galveston Bay and hate a passion that has been a part of her life since a little girl.

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Organ Transplant Patients Find Comfort at Nora’s Home

By on February 8, 2016 in Health News Texas with 0 Comments
Organ Transplant Patients Find Comfort at Nora’s Home

Nora’s Home is the first ever long-term facility offering extended stay and support programs for organ transplant patients. It is an affordable housing alternative for transplant patients, as well as their families.

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Lallo and Wilkes Appointed to The Arc of Texas Board

By on November 13, 2015 in Health News Texas with 0 Comments
Lallo and Wilkes Appointed to The Arc of Texas Board

The Arc of Texas, a recognized leader in promoting, protecting and advocating for the human rights and the self-determination of Texans with intellectual and developmental disabilities, has named two directors, as well as three returning board members.

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Addiction to Work Makes Us Stupid, Depressed and Hurts Careers

By on November 6, 2015 in Featured, National Health News with 0 Comments
Addiction to Work Makes Us Stupid, Depressed and Hurts Careers

According to a recent Workforce Management study, 55% of employees have seen their workload increase, and 27% say it’s doubled. The constant pressure is creating an unsustainable pattern.

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