Dell Children’s Medical Center began enforcing its flu season protocol at the end of October and will continue until March 2016. To
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If you don’t have health insurance through your job, Medicare, Medicaid or another source, local officials say HealthCare.gov can help
Easter Seals Central Texas opened its new LIFE Center on Nov. 18 with a ribbon cutting ceremony. The center will support children and
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In the late ‘70s, Romalda and Charles Edwards graduated from UT and looked around for a small business to run. They started making
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