Posted on They’re asking patients about their travel history, and whether they’re experiencing any symptoms of the virus.
Posted on More than 20,000 Texans are expected to take part in the free, 20-minute training.
Posted on California residents David Daleiden and Sandra Merritt created a fake company, BioMax, and used fake drivers license to get inside the Houston Planned Parenthood.
Posted on The other activist is expected to appear Thursday morning at the Harris County Criminal Courthouse in downtown Houston.
Posted on Researchers say Texas needs stronger policies to curb tobacco use, and state leaders could look to Houston as an example.
Posted on Public health officials in Dallas County have confirmed the first sexually transmitted case of the Zika virus, said to be linked to birth defects.
Posted on Sandra Merritt and David Daleiden face felony charges in Houston. They are accused of visiting Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast under false pretenses to produce videos to damage the organization.
Posted on Today is the deadline to get individual health insurance coverage through the Affordable Care Act for all of 2016.
Posted on January 31, a Sunday, is the final deadline to buy health insurance through the Affordable Care Act. Federal officials are reaching out to previously uninsured individuals, with a special focus on Hispanics, to encourage them to enroll for the first time.
Posted on Two anti-abortion activists, David Daleiden and Sandra Merritt, face felony charges of tampering with government documents in the indictments handed down Tuesday.
Posted on The grand jury reviewing the evidence into allegations of misconduct by Planned Parenthood cleared the organization of breaking the law. The Attorney General of Texas says they are still investigating.
Posted on An ongoing study at the University of Houston is addressing the effect of creativity on the brain. In Part Two of the story, Amy Bishop decides to donate her mind to science.
Posted on It takes a close look at the experiences of women who tried getting abortions after a new state law went into effect in 2013. The authors hope it will get the attention of the U.S. Supreme Court, which is reviewing the law.
Posted on Uninsured Americans have until Jan. 31 to enroll in health insurance through the Affordable Care Act. But if you do it by Friday, January 15, there’s the added benefit of the coverage starting on February 1.
Posted on The work at Sharpstown and the new federal guidance follow a simple premise: that children learn better when they are fed and healthy.