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October 2011 Archive

Have a Healthy Halloween

The American Academy of Pediatrics offers tips on how to have a ghoulish good time this Oct. 31.

A Force to be Reckoned With

New School of Pharmacy regional dean spreads her wings in the Big Country.

Domo Arigato, Mr. Roboto

El Paso obstetrics and gynecology residents get a head start on learning how to perform surgery using robotic technology.

Two Time Survivor Keeps on Trucking

Despite being diagnosed with breast cancer twice in 12 years, truck driver Julie Pierce believes nothing worthwhile comes without a fight.

From Bumps and Bruises to Bulbs and Bouquets

Kat Linton, M.D., spends her days in the clinic but her spare time in the fields with an unlikely hobby.

Community Bikes for Burns

Annual charity bike ride and run raises money for burn patients in Lubbock.

Check for More Than Monsters in Your Closet This Fall

Student clothing drive and sale helps continue care at volunteer clinic.

Award Expands Medical Training on the Border

Government funds will be used to enrich family medicine-based training for El Paso medical students.

Nurse Strives to Make the World a Better Place

The School of Nursing recently named its inaugural Rising SON Award recipient.

Rural Health Institute Announces New AHEC Director

Conditt will begin her duties at the West Texas AHEC on Nov. 1.