Living liver donors shorten wait times for those needing a transplant

For many people, waiting on a liver transplant can take years on the current wait list. According to Donate Life Texas, an average of 18 people die every day waiting for a life-saving organ transplant. The traditional organ donor model of waiting on a deceased donor organ to match the recipient has created significant wait … Continue reading Living liver donors shorten wait times for those needing a transplant

Holiday safety tips you forgot to add to your list…

With mile-long shopping lists, people to visit, and events to attend, holiday safety may not be the first thing on your mind. The Baylor Scott & White Health Care System Department of Public Safety is offering these important holiday safety tips to help keep you and your family protected throughout the busy holiday season. Whether at work, home, … Continue reading Holiday safety tips you forgot to add to your list…

Baylor Donations Aid Typhoon Haiyan Victims

The typhoon that struck the Philippines recently killed thousands, wiped out whole villages and infrastructures and left survivors without sufficient food, water, housing, medical assistance and many other basic necessities. Thousands more are at risk because of the dire conditions. Baylor is blessed with a number of nurses who were recruited here from the Philippines … Continue reading Baylor Donations Aid Typhoon Haiyan Victims

Adaptive Sports Event: RISE Over Physical Disabilities

This Saturday, physically disabled children, adults and veterans from around the Dallas-Fort Worth area will defy common stereotypes and participate in adaptive recreational programs including water skiing, kayaking, swimming, basketball, soccer and others put on by RISE Adaptive Sports based out of Irving, Texas. RISE Adaptive Sports started with a mission to “assist persons with … Continue reading Adaptive Sports Event: RISE Over Physical Disabilities