Posted on · While the worst of this summer's extreme heat may be over, you still need to think about sun exposure.
Posted on · On Tuesday's show: We’re in another week of excessive heat, but we might finally, truly have some relief in sight...maybe. Eric Berger of Space City Weather discusses this potential meteorological light at the end of the tunnel.
Posted on · Dr. Sayed Tabatabai, a kidney specialist in San Antonio, talks about the experience of going viral for writing fictional stories about medicine and about his new book, "These Vital Signs: A Doctor's Notes on Life and Loss in Tweets."
Posted on · On Wednesday's show: As the mayor and HISD superintendent lock horns over plans for some school libraries, we discuss what influence any mayor has over Houston public schools.
Posted on · On Monday's show: The Houston Police Department has released its report on the Astroworld concert tragedy in 2021 that left ten people dead. News 88.7's Lucio Vasquez walks us through what's in the 1,266-page report.
Posted on · Some Houstonians are traveling much farther than Mexico for health care -- and for reasons other than the rising cost of health care.
Posted on · On Wednesday's show: The City of Houston's chief medical officer explains what the declaration's end means for Houston and reflects on its impact.
Posted on · A local medical expert says the post-apocalyptic HBO series has brought necessary attention to a real medical threat. And science is lagging behind in its understanding of it.
Posted on · A health economist explains why the change is happening now and what qualified Medicaid recipients should do about it.
Posted on · On Monday's show: Part of the Medicaid enrollment process that was instigated because of the COVID-19 pandemic is ending soon. We learn how it might affect the uninsured in Texas.
Posted on · Three Texas women are being sued for wrongful death for allegedly helping a friend obtain an abortion.
Posted on · On Tuesday's show: The state will allow new applications for its rent relief program for two weeks beginning today.
Posted on · On Wednesday's show: A new agreement is in place that will allow the rebuild and expansion of I-45 to move forward, nearly two years after it was paused following concerns from numerous stakeholders. We learn what the agreement entails.
Posted on · Eli Lilly is reducing prices and capping costs on insulin. Could it be the start of a trend lowering some drug prices?
Posted on · On Tuesday's show: Eli Lilly is capping the cost of its insulin. We discuss why and consider how it might affect the prices for other medications.