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April 2012 Archive

Lubbock Walks for Prematurity

Community members showed up to support the fight against prematurity at the annual March of Dimes March for Babies.

Take a Step Toward Workplace Wellness

Attendees of an upcoming symposium will learn the importance of employee well-being.

New Collaboration Empowers Women to Take Control of Their Health

A partnership between Texas Health Resources and the Laura W. Bush Institute for Women's Health will enable women to make better health care decisions and train doctors in gender-specific medicine.

Endometriosis: It's All in the Family

Typically diagnosed between ages 25 to 35, endometriosis is often found in women with a family history of the condition.

Awareness is a Step Toward Child Abuse Prevention

Abuse can be physical, emotional, sexual or stem from the neglect of a child's most basic needs.

Books: Just What the Doctor Ordered

Texas Tech Physicians of Amarillo has partnered with Reach Out and Read to promote early literacy and prepare children for school.

Students Take First Place at National Competition

The team demonstrated their ability to work together to build a better health care system.

Safety First: Event Offers Help to Children on Wheels

El Paso medical students host health fair and bicycle helmet giveaway.

Occupational Therapy Isn't About Finding a Job

Occupational therapy faculty and students clear up misunderstandings and spread the word about their chosen profession.

Physical Therapy Helps Amputees Lead Fuller Lives

Local and regional orthotists and prosthetists recently introduced students to new techniques and devices.