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Katherine Voss

Safety tips for this upcoming Labor Day weekend

It’s Labor Day Weekend! This is a time that’s usually spent with friends and loved ones having fun and relaxing at BBQ’s or other get-togethers as we commemorate the official  “end of summer.” However, many of us who are planning outings don’t always think about safety and that includes food preparation. “If you’re hosting a …

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Safety Tips for SXSW

Spring is here and the SXSW festival is upon us. The annual Austin event encompasses everything from music to film to interactive. Following are some tips from Scott & White Hospital – Round Rock Emergency Room Medical Director Ross Tobleman, MD on how to stay safe and enjoy the fun and festivities. Crowds and public …

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Dark chocolate: Heart-healthy benefits on Valentine’s Day

It’s National Heart Month and what better way to say “I love you” this Valentine’s Day than with something that can help your loved ones be healthy – dark chocolate. But, it’s not just any chocolate. Dark chocolate is the chocolate of choice when you want to say “I love you” in a heart-healthy way. …

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What’s Going Around? December 1, 2014

Here is this week’s edition of our “What’s Going Around” segment, where we discuss common minor health issues and ailments folks are having across our patient population. Today, Brandon Browne, MD, an emergency room physician at Scott & White Hospital – Round Rock shares the following. It’s hunting season in Central Texas, and area emergency …

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What’s Going Around? – July 1, 2014

Introducing our What’s Going Around segment, where we discuss common minor health issues and ailments folks are having across our patient population. Yoon Sin Kim, DO, at Scott & White Round Rock Urgent Care Clinic at Hester’s Crossing is seeing an increase in patients with: Common cold viruses that cause upper respiratory infections, particularly Rhinovirus. These …

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Combating Holiday Depression This Winter

Researchers have found that a new form of depression occurs at a certain time of year, usually in the winter months called Seasonal Affective Disorder or SAD. SAD is most common during times of the year when temperatures begin to drop and Daylight Savings occurs. Seasonal Affective Disorder can be attributed to the biochemical imbalance …

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