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Tuesday, March 13, 10:10am ColumnsNews Highlights

Galveston County Daily News, March 13, 2007 By Sally Robinson and Keith Bly GALVESTON -- A cry jolts the air from across the field. You rise from the bleachers, heart in your throat as you realize ... your child has been injured. More than 3.5 million children ages 15 and younger are treated for... more »

Tuesday, March 13, 10:09am News Highlights

Galveston County Daily News, March 13, 2007 GALVESTON - The Oceans of Opportunities Job Fair brought in 913 job seekers on Feb. 27. That number increased by 29 percent from last year's job fair. "The job fair was awesome and a great success," said Doug Matthews, director of external affairs at UTMB... more »

Tuesday, March 13, 10:06am ColumnsNews Highlights

Galveston County Daily News, March 13, 2007 By Kathryn Cunningham and Eliza Quigley Why does one person use drugs and become addicted while another doesn't? Why do addicts have trouble stopping drug use and staying clean and sober? The answers to these questions are lodged in the brain. The brain... more »

Tuesday, March 13, 9:59am ColumnsNews Highlights

Galveston County Daily News, March 13, 2007 By Karen Sexton At UTMB hospitals and clinics our goal is to provide the best possible care and safety for our patients. We have many checks and balances that keep our patients safe and help prevent errors. For example, our caregivers ask for... more »

Monday, March 12, 9:58am News Highlights

Houston Chronicle, March 9, 2007 GALVESTON -- The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston is facing a critical and unprecedented shortage of Group O blood, according to a news release. Group O blood can be given to anyone regardless of their blood type, and donations are urgently needed, the... more »

Monday, March 12, 9:57am News Highlights

Houston Chronicle, March 9, 2007 HOUSTON -- Main Street Theater has taken on one of today's most pressing issues among children: bullying. "Bullying is everywhere," says Vivienne M. St. John, Youth Theater Producing Director at Main Street. Beginning in 2005, Main Street Theater assembled an... more »

Monday, March 12, 9:57am News Highlights

Houston Chronicle, March 9, 2007 HOUSTON -- Main Street Theater has taken on one of today's most pressing issues among children: bullying. "Bullying is everywhere," says Vivienne M. St. John, Youth Theater Producing Director at Main Street. Beginning in 2005, Main Street Theater assembled an... more »

Monday, March 12, 9:56am News Highlights

Tyler Paper.com, March 11, 2007 GALVESTON -- Dr. J. Gregory Stovall, an internal medicine physician and vice president and medical director of Trinity Clinic, addressed 75 internal medicine interns and residents attending The University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, Trinity Mother Frances... more »

Monday, March 12, 9:38am News Highlights

Galveston County Daily News, March 12, 2007 GALVESTON -- Galveston-Port Bolivar ferry passengers might just get their priority-boarding passes after all - if the Texas Department of Transportation says it's not too late. Bolivar developer Crown Team Texas and the Bolivar Peninsula Chamber of... more »

Monday, March 12, 9:35am News Highlights

Psychiatry News, March 2007GALVESTON -- Telepsychiatry can improve access to mental health care for students and hard-to-reach and underserved populations. It can also be used as a tool to train medical and mental health care professionals. Christopher Thomas, M.D., is using state-of-the-art... more »

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