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US DOT Drug Testing Panel to Include Opioid Drugs

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On October 17, 2017 the DOT drug screening will begin to test for hydrocodone, hydromorphone, oxycodone, and oxymorphone as part of the 5-panel urine test, collectively known as synthetic opiates. ...

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Don’t go to a freestanding ER if you have the flu; it could cost you $2,000

Dr. Bernard Swift

Editorial published in the San Antonio Express-News, Monday, May 15.  By Bernard Swift, JR. DO, MPH / CEO, Founder of Texas MedClinic The Rice University study “Freestanding Emergency Departments in Texas deliver costly care, sticker shock” ...

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Six Common Myths About Sexually Transmitted Diseases

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April is sexually transmitted disease awareness month. Perhaps it’s the type of celebration that falls last in San Antonion’s and Austinite’s minds in April. But, the awareness and education is necessary. Do a quick Google search on sexually ...

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Five Health Tips to Get More ‘Vida’ From Your Fiesta San Antonio 2017

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From parades, galas and coronations to parties in La Villita, Market Square, University of the Incarnate Word and St. Mary’s University, Fiesta San Antonio’s 10-day celebration of culture and diversity has just about everything for everybody. 1. ...

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What is Your Snot Saying to You?

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The color of your mucus can tell you what’s going on in your nasal passages.  Here are various colors and what they could potentially mean for you. CLEAR – Normal Straight mucus is mostly water, with proteins, antibodies and dissolved salts. ...

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