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Give dad the gift of good health

Give dad the gift of good health Give dad the gift of good health by making sure he is living a healthy lifestyle Developing a healthier lifestyle or losing weight can often seem like an overwhelming feat. But managing weight and staying up to date with preventative care are key to living a healthy, active life.
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Dell Seton celebrates one year of care

Dell Seton celebrates one year of care Happy Birthday, Dell Seton! It’s been one year since Dell Seton Medical Center at The University of Texas opened its doors and to celebrate, many gathered for a birthday breakfast on May 21. Dell Seton is part of Ascension, the largest nonprofit health system in the U.S. and the world’s…
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A new model of care for children with mental health needs

A new model of care for children with mental health needs The Grace Grego Maxwell Mental Health Unit at Dell Children’s offers coordinated, comprehensive care for children and teens On May 17, 2018 Dell Children’s Medical Center of Central Texas celebrated the opening of the Grace Grego Maxwell Mental Health Unit at Dell Children’s, a new facility providing comprehensive mental…
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Seton Medical Center Hays earns level III adult trauma center designation

Seton Medical Center Hays earns level III adult trauma center designation Providing advanced care for critically injured patients, closer to home Seton Medical Center Hays (SMCH) has received designation from Texas Department of State Health Services as an Advanced Level III Adult Trauma Facility. This means many traumatic injuries including injuries from automobile crashes, falls, or other serious…
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Winning the battle against cervical cancer

Winning the battle against cervical cancer Cervical cancer screening saves lives January marks Cervical Cancer Awareness Month, and according to the American Cancer Society, approximately 12,000 new cases of invasive cervical cancer are diagnosed each year. The good news: cervical pre-cancers are diagnosed far more often than invasive cervical cancer, thanks to increased screening with…
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