The Cold & Flu Season Survival Guide

The holidays are here, but they’re not just bringing gifts. It happens every year. With the advent of Hanukkah, Christmas, and New Year’s Eve comes the infamous cold and flu season. Kids are sneezing, parents are coughing, and the risk […]

All About Prediabetes

As the season of giving begins, every family is planning out this year’s special traditions. From carving turkeys to holiday cookies, many of us are planning festive meals that taste delicious. Something we might not be thinking about is how […]

Early Signs of Alzheimer’s Disease

As family members get older, you might begin to notice changes in them. Maybe they can’t exercise like they used to, or their eyesight begins to fade. From hearing loss to arthritis, we expect to see many changes in our […]

Kim Allen Is GTEC’s Employee of the Quarter

To receive this distinguished award we look for an employee who goes above and beyond their job requirements. Someone who is always looking for a way to better themselves, the people around them and this company. This individual has done […]

Steps for Suicide Prevention

National Suicide Prevention Week is September 9-15, and every year, this week grows more and more important. With statistics reporting that East Texas has the highest suicide rate in the state, many of us wonder why this startling statistic is […]

GTEC Announces Stop the Bleed Seminars for Area Schools

Few things are as terrifying as being confronted with someone who has suffered a traumatic injury and is experiencing major, life-threatening blood loss. However, while many other elements of first aid such as CPR are relatively widely known, many fewer […]