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Blue Zones project on CBS This Morning
08/12/2013

Blue Zones project on CBS This Morning

CBS This Morning on Saturday featured an interview with Dan Buettner, founder of the Blue Zones concept. Buettner gave an overview of the concept and said he thinks Fort Worth will become the 15th U.S. Blue Zone. Texas Health Resources and Healthways are collaborating to apply the Blue Zones well-being methodology in Fort Worth. Click here to view the video.

Texas Health Dallas physician in the Dallas Morning News

The first of a three-part series in The Dallas Morning News quoted Dr. Benjamin Levine, director of the Institute for Exercise and Environmental Medicine at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas. The article discusses the UIL’s decision to create a new medical awareness form about sudden cardiac arrest and whether to adopt further physical examination requirements such as an electrocardiogram. Read the article here (subscription required)

Texas Health Southwest featured in FWBP

Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Southwest Fort Worth was featured in an article in the Fort Worth Business Press that announced the appointment of Andrew Wilson as the senior support services director at the hospital. To read more, click here.

Texas Health Cleburne in Cleburne Times Review, D Healthcare Daily

Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Cleburne was featured in yesterday’s Cleburne Times-Review in an article that highlighted the hospital’s most recent recognition. Texas Health Cleburne’s radiology department earned accreditation in nuclear medicine after a successful review by the American College of Radiology. Blake Kretz, Texas Health Cleburne president; Dr. Ron Alexander, Texas Health Cleburne’s radiology department medical director; and Lee Lennington, radiology director, were quoted. Texas Health Cleburne’s accreditation was also mentioned in today’s D Healthcare Daily. Click here to read the article.

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