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Cases of influenza and flu-like illness are on the rise. Good health habits like covering your cough and washing your hands can help stop the spread of germs & prevent respiratory illnesses like the flu & other viruses.
New VA clinic, adjacent to St. Mark’s Medical Center, is now seeing Veterans! Services provided include: primary care, tele-health, tele-mental health, and groups, such as diabetes education, and tobacco cessation.
Marine Veteran Bill Wedekind suffered life-threatening injuries that left him without both of his hands and eyes. He underwent two krukenberg amputations to become an accomplished, if unlikely, potter.
After being together for 18 years, a Central Texas couple finally decided to tie the knot on January 27, 2016, at the Central Texas Veterans Health Care System (CTVHCS) Community Living Center (CLC) in Temple.