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Veterans Affairs

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Wheelchair basketball league aims to help Veterans acclimate to civilian life https://t.co/YHy1nQ9ZFD via @krqe

34 mins ago
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Veterans Affairs

@DeptVetAffairs

Colorado Veteran services organizations come together to help homeless Vets https://t.co/Hpy0PiunOp via @FOX21News

2 hours ago
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Veterans Affairs

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Veteran rides motorcycle 100,000 miles for suicide awareness https://t.co/HrDJ2Os6Dq via @FCN2go

3 hours ago
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MD Anderson Cancer Center

@MDAndersonNews

@realsarahpepper We are so sorry for your loss, Sarah, and we appreciate your support. Best wishes to you.

11 hours ago
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BCMHouston

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Congratulations to Dr. Charleta Guillory on receiving the Texas Pediatric Society Sidney R. Kaliski Award of Merit. https://t.co/acMqEIAkIH

12 hours ago
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Memorial Hermann

@memorialhermann

Alex’s trip to the swimming pool this summer was a huge milestone. Just three years ago, she was in the NICU after being born prematurely with a congenital heart defect.Read her story: https://t.co/9iFgkGh75Y

13 hours ago
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San José Clinic

SanJoseClinic

Happy Medical Assistants Week! Thank you #medicalassistants for your hard work, compassion and dedication every day!

13 hours ago

U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

Today’s #VeteranOfTheDay is Navy Veteran Raye Montague. Raye served from 1956 to 1990.Born in 1935, Raye had a lifelong interest in engineering. After graduating high school, Raye applied for the engineering program at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville but was rejected as the university did not accept black students at the time. Undeterred, Raye instead attended Arkansas Agricultural, Mechanical and Normal College and earned a bachelor’s in business.Determined to become an engineer, Raye joined the Navy after college as a typist. Raye worked her way from typist to computer programmer and eventually became the first female program director of the Naval Sea Systems Command.Raye's most notable accomplishment was a computer program she developed to designed ships in as little as 18 and 26 minutes, compared to the two years it took before. For this achievement, Raye earned the Meritorious Civilian Service Award.Her story was recounted in the 2016 film, Hidden Figures, which describes the vital roles African American women played in the NASA space program.Raye passed away on Oct. 10, 2018 at the age of 83.We honor her service.

14 hours ago
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Texas Children's

@TexasChildrens

RT @NYTHealth: For five years, the immunologist William Shearer treated David Vetter, the "bubble boy" who lived in a series of germ-free e…

15 hours ago
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Texas Children's

@TexasChildrens

RT @levyparkhouston: We're excited to announce October's Family Movie Night showing of Coco @TexasChildrens Hospital on October 26. https:/…

15 hours ago
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Texas Children's

@TexasChildrens

RT @BCMDeptMedicine: Thanks to a Specialized Center of Research grant, Dr. Helen Heslop and other researchers from @MethodistHosp and @Texa…

15 hours ago
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University of Houston

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@TrojanU_SHHS @danixgzm https://t.co/0mh8D7o8BR

15 hours ago
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University of Houston

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@robwonderland @lupitaveexo Fuqua. Been there buncha times bruh

15 hours ago
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BCMHouston

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RT @BCMHouston_News: The annual Foundation for Teen Health "Hope for the Future" luncheon celebrated the 50 years of work accomplished thro…

15 hours ago
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CHI St. Luke's Health

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In our mission to create healthier communities, we’re sharing our favorite places that inspire health and happiness throughout #GreaterHouston: https://t.co/UoyLCYktfW #WeHeartBayArea https://t.co/7QkKI5TVDb

15 hours ago