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Lunch time success for the new school year

Lunch time success for the new school year Tips for packing delicious, nutritious lunches Packing a lunch for school can become a monotonous task and kids can quickly tire of typical lunch fare. And for parents who have picky eaters, figuring out what to send each day can be a real challenge. Julia Armstrong  RN, BSN, certified diabetes…
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Providence names new nurse leader

Providence names new nurse leader Nursing executive Cyndy B. Dunlap to lead nursing services Accomplished nursing executive Cyndy B. Dunlap, DNP, RN, NEA-BC, FACHE, has been selected to join Providence Healthcare Network as chief nursing officer, effective August 20. Providence is part of Ascension, the largest nonprofit health system in the U.S. and…
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Skin cancer awareness can save your life

Skin cancer awareness can save your life Reduce your risk, know the signs and get screened Summer is in full swing, and with vacations and endless outdoor activities at our fingertips in Austin, it’s important to practice sun-safety to avoid skin cancer. According to the American Cancer Society, skin cancer is the most common cancer in…
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Why wait? Schedule online, anytime

Why wait? Schedule online, anytime Providence launches expanded online scheduling options for primary care, express care, emergency care and more   When you need to schedule a medical appointment, why wait? At Providence Healthcare Network, you can schedule appointments with Ascension care teams online, anytime, from anywhere. Providence is part of Ascension, the…
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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. “As…
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Seeing more yellow? 

Seeing more yellow?  Spring time brings warmer weather, longer days, colorful vegetation and pollen.  More than 50 million Americans suffer from allergies each year, according to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America. For seasonal allergy sufferers, increased pollen can trigger sneezing, runny nose, sore throat and itchy, watery eyes. Tips…
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