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Watch space health webinar to explore virtual reality and other digital tools to assist missions

The evolving technology could offer innovative support for astronauts exploring deep space

January 16, 2019
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Veterans Affairs

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Vietnam Veteran receives replacement medals https://t.co/aMTfLrP5WS via @theindependent

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UTHealth

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RT @UTPhysicians: UTHealthCares, a student-led initiative to help the community, is holding their 2nd annual health fair on Saturday, Jan.…

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UTHealth

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RT @UTPhysicians: A well-woman exam is an important way to stay healthy. The main goals are to document/update your health habits and histo…

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RT @UTPhysicians: Falling can lead to broken bones or disability, and each year 1 in 4 older adults are injured due to falls. To help lower…

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Veterans Affairs

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Department of Veterans Affairs making suicide prevention a top clinical priority https://t.co/vhFQwYkMYv @WDTnews

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U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

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To someone going through a difficult time, a text, a call, or a visit can mean so much. And sometimes, even the smallest act has the power to change a life. That’s The Power of 1: One person, one connection, or one simple act of compassion can open the door to vital support for a Veteran in crisis. www.veteranscrisisline.net

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Veterans Affairs

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Veterans Crisis Line call centers, where qualified, caring responders answer the calls of Veterans, Service members, and their families and friends in times of crisis https://t.co/vzoTcpuBMs #BeThere

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MD Anderson Cancer Center

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@spiderwalshy Not at this time, but through clinical trials our researchers are exploring new uses for immunotherapy with the hope that we’ll be able to use it to treat more cancers, such as pancreatic cancer.

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MD Anderson Cancer Center

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RT @SurvivorNetTeam: If you're considering getting genetic testing to assess your #cancerrisk, there are some things you should know before…

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MD Anderson Cancer Center

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Because immunotherapy trains the immune system to attack cancer, rather than attacking cancer directly, immunotherapy’s side effects may differ from those of others types of cancer treatment.Here’s what our experts want patients to know. @viveksubbiah @vanmorrisMD #endcancer https://t.co/wGd40rhzTq

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U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

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The 70-year-old Vietnam War veteran thought he was just meeting up with a few longtime friends for lunch. When he made his way into a private dining area, he was greeted by nine familiar faces who had a gift for him — replacement military medals.Grigaitis, who has been a resident at the Grand Island Veterans Affairs Medical Center, earned a Purple Heart, Bronze Star and other medals while serving in Vietnam from 1968 to 1969 in the 173rd Airborne Brigade of the United States Army. Somewhere along the way, his service medals were lost.Fellow veteran Bob Labedz learned about the lost medals and set out to get replacements.

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U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

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Today’s #VeteranOfTheDay is Army Veteran Huey Nelson Adams. Huey served during the Vietnam War from 1970-1971.Raised in North Carolina, Huey was drafted into the military out of high school then received basic training at Fort Knox and Fort Dix. Upon completing basic training, Huey was assigned to the 525th Quartermaster Company and sent to Vietnam.During his time in Vietnam, Huey was tasked with patrolling Long Binh and Saigon where he would come under sporadic sniper fire. Near the end of his service, Huey was stationed as a guard for a camp in Quang Tri. One night, after working multiple guard shifts without rest, Huey noticed the enemy had overrun the camp and reported it on the radio. During the ensuing battle, Huey was knocked unconscious and evacuated to Da Nang. Because of this traumatic battle, Huey suffered from PTSD and was sent home.Huey now lives in Clinton, North Carolina, where he continues to advocate for Veteran’s mental health.Thank you for your service, Huey!

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Houston Methodist

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We were honored to host The Rev. Dr. Derek. Barber King, Sr., nephew of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., to celebrate the life & legacy of Dr. King.Dr. King’s unwavering focus & passion will forever be an inspiration on our path forward. #MLKDay https://t.co/HimY0WY4fP

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Memorial Hermann

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According to the American Cancer Society, obesity acts as a risk factor in developing liver, pancreatic and endometrial cancers. Here are simple exercises to sit less and move more: https://t.co/XtYhfqN2RV.

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Texas Children's

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Join us for a twitter chat on Jan. 23 at 2 p.m. CST (3 p.m. ET) to discuss what you can do to have a healthy baby. #Best4YouBest4Baby #WellnessWed https://t.co/CGMqI4SmMK

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