Thousands of Texas physicians and nurses this evening took part in a joint education program to learn as much as they can about the Ebola virus.
The 50th anniversary of a landmark report calling tobacco a killer although millions have died since; court battles determining whether countless government-insured patients will have to give back money they received to pay for it; a new kind of company doctor; and legislative review of Texas’ health agencies highlight this month’s Texas Medical Association’s (TMA’s) Texas Medicine magazine.
Round Rock physician Susan Pike, MD, encourages Williamson County residents to lace up their walking shoes and join her Saturday, Oct. 11, for Georgetown’s monthly Walk With a Doc event. The walk takes place at San Gabriel Park in Georgetown at 9 am.
The Texas Medical Association (TMA) will give away 6,151 free bicycle helmets to Texas children in October, more helmets than TMA has ever given in a month, to celebrate the 20th birthday of its Hard Hats for Little Heads program.
A surprise interrupted TMA's 2014 TMA Ernest and Sarah Butler Awards for Excellence in Science Teaching ceremony this year.