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Rice University

@RiceUniversity

RT @SustainableRice: From 11:30 AM-1:00 PM TODAY, head the to Farnsworth Pavilion to learn about METRONext and the future of public transpo…

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Texas Children's

@TexasChildrens

RT @KHOU: The Jarvick 2015 Ventricular Assistant Device (VAD) is made specifically for small children 4 years old and younger who are suffe…

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BCMHouston

@bcmhouston

RT @BCM_CancerEd: #PreventCancer: The #HPVvaccine prevents #cancer. Protect your boys and girls. It's best when given at ages 11-12. https:…

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Harris Health System

@harrishealth

Toni Cotton is the new chief nursing officer (CNO) for Harris Health System’s Ambulatory Care Services, the primary and outpatient care arm of the safety-net healthcare system providing more than 2 million patient visits annually. https://t.co/rpJPUJ3H4Y https://t.co/NzEanj1mo1

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BCMHouston

@bcmhouston

Is sodium creeping up on you in some of your favorite foods? Find out! https://t.co/pvBcCjxGGB #AmericanHeartMonth #hearthealth https://t.co/T9yqoNJi1W

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MD Anderson Cancer Center

@MDAndersonNews

Why #melanoma survivor Ben Sanders encourages #cancer patients to talk to others about their experience: https://t.co/1LXJNrZA61 #melcsm #endcancer

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BCMHouston

@bcmhouston

RT @BCMSpaceHealth: Calling stellar researchers to keep our astronauts safe and healthy! “Ophthalmic Imaging as a Means of Assessing Overal…

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Veterans Affairs

@DeptVetAffairs

The Battle of Iwo Jima began 74 years ago on Feb. 19, 1945, as thousands of Marines landed on a beach of volcanic ash in the Pacific. Medal of Honor recipient Woody Williams recalls the battle (Part 1/6) @WoodyWilliams45 @USMC @USNavy #HonoringVets https://t.co/ooeYWtwu2l

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TexasHeartInstitute

@Texas_Heart

Understanding the risk factors for heart attack https://t.co/LJAF4Lz8bj

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Houston Methodist

@MethodistHosp

@ThyrzaWarrior Agradecemos sus cordiales saludos.

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Houston Methodist

@MethodistHosp

@cguerrero22 @RAGittensI @indicasat @senacyt @Erikina27 @ThyrzaWarrior @tirzastagg @DiegoRosas22 @AlejoRosas26 Gracias por compartir tus amables palabras.

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MD Anderson Cancer Center

@MDAndersonNews

After multiple misdiagnoses, Thomas Suchyta was diagnosed with a rare blood disorder called POEMS syndrome and regained mobility under the care of MD Anderson specialists: https://t.co/POOonVpmUb #endcancer https://t.co/vOObHFDtwX

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Rice University

@RiceUniversity

RT @RiceHumanities: Einstein and Picasso walk into a bar in 1904… come see what happens next in Steve Martin’s absurdist comedy, “Picasso a…

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Rice University

@RiceUniversity

RT @RiceEngineering: At @RiceUniversity, our engineering faculty and students are inventing ways to cure diseases, discovering new material…

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Texas Children's

@TexasChildrens

RT @KPRC2: Dr. Charletta Guillory is the director of the Neonatal-Perinatal Public Health Program at @TexasChildrens. Listen to her story o…

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