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Morton CEO to Leave Position in February

John M. Silva, CEO of Morton Comprehensive Health Services, has accepted the position of president/CEO at the Greater Lawrence Family Health Center in Lawrence, Massachusetts. He will be joining the health center in early February.

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OSU-CHS Researcher Studies Effects of Lipoic Acid Disease

Martin Banschbach, Ph.D., professor of biochemistry at Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences, wants to find out whether injections of a natural antioxidant improve liver function in patients diagnosed with terminal liver disease.

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Oklahoma Heart Institute HMR Program Recognized

U.S. News & World Report released its 2016 Best Diets rankings earlier this week. HMR Weight Management Services, a program offered by The Weight Loss & Wellness Center at Oklahoma Heart Institute, was listed in the top spot for “Fast Weight-Loss Diet,” tied with the Biggest Loser Diet, and ranked second in the “Weight Loss Diet” category. The ranking was based on both the short and long-term weight-loss ratings of the HMR Program.

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OSU Research Day to Be Held Feb. 18-19

Rebecca C. Fry, Ph.D., associate professor of environmental sciences and engineering at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, will be the keynote speaker at the Oklahoma State University in Tulsa Research Day on Feb. 18-19 at OSU Center for Health Sciences.

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OSU-CHS to Hold Event For High School Students

Oklahoma high school students interested in health care careers will have the opportunity to learn about medical school during Med-Xtravaganza on Feb. 13, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences.

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OSU-Tulsa Named Healthy Campus

Oklahoma State University-Tulsa has been recognized as a Certified Healthy campus by the Oklahoma State Department of Health for the university’s commitment to making health and wellness a priority.

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OU, OSU Compete at CTCA

On Dec. 16, surgery residents from the University of Oklahoma and Oklahoma State University engaged in their own Bedlam contest in Cancer Treatment Centers of America’s (CTCA) second-annual surgery competition, the Bedlam Laparoscopic Games. Residents competed using multiple laparoscopic skill stations along with a robotic simulator.

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Plans Underway for Dance of the Two Moons

The 26th Annual Dance of the Two Moons will be held this year March 12 at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Catoosa. The theme this year will be disco.

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Jenks Health Team Offers Holistic Care

By K.J. WEBB

Living an optimally healthy life is within reach more than most people may realize. It’s all about making the right choices that aid in the prevention of chronic disease. Chronic diseases are among the leading cause of disability and death in the United States.

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Cancer Sucks, Inc. Donates $15K For OSU-CHS Cancer Research

Cancer Sucks, Inc., recently awarded a $15,000 grant to help fund cancer research being conducted by Rashmi Kaul, Ph.D., at Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences in Tulsa. Since 2006, Kaul has received more than $165,000 in grants from the local nonprofit group to fund her research on liver and uterine cancer.

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State-of-the-Art Tandy Education Center Opens

The $6.4-million Tandy Education Center was officially dedicated at the University of Oklahoma-Tulsa Schusterman Center, 4502 E. 41st St., on Nov. 3.

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Tandy Medical Academic Building Breaks Ground

In October, Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences (OSU-CHS) hosted a groundbreaking for the $45 million A.R. and Marylouise Tandy Medical Academic Building.

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Hospitality House Holds Fundraiser

On Oct. 15, Hospitality House of Tulsa celebrated nine years of providing a home away from home for families facing medical crises with its Dine, Donate & Dash fundraiser, held at Hospitality House of Tulsa, 1135 S. Victor Ave. The event featured local food trucks, music and giveaways to support the organization’s mission.

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St. John Expands B.A. Campus

By EMILY RAMSEY

In September, Prevarian Senior Living hosted its official groundbreaking celebration for Prairie House Assisted Living and Memory Care, a new senior living community to be built in collaboration with St. John Broken Arrow.

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Oklahoma Heart Institute, Tulsa City Council Partner for Women’s Empowerment Series

Atrial Fibrillation, or A Fib, is a common condition that affects the heart’s rhythm. Individuals with A Fib often report the sensation of their heart skipping a beat or beating off-rhythm. They may also experience fatigue, shortness of breath, sweating, chest pain and/or dizziness. Unfortunately, A Fib is often misdiagnosed as anxiety or a panic attack.

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