Posted on · The good news is that the risk level from a mold infection varies by the individual, but it’s generally not a serious problem for healthy people.
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 · On Monday's show: Dozens of corporations are condemning Texas’ order to investigate families of trans kids. And Memorial Hermann and Blue Cross Blue Shield have reached a contract agreement, allowing nearly 200,000 patients to continue care at Memorial Hermann hospitals.
Posted on · The agreement allows nearly 200,000 patients to continue care at Memorial Hermann hospitals.
Posted on · Under state law, continuous care is guaranteed for those undergoing cancer treatment, disabled or in the last trimester of pregnancy.
Posted on · On Thursday's show: Harris County failed to finish the election count on time — a claim the elections administrator denies. So, what's going on and what does it mean? Plus, a conversation with the new chair of the Metro board, and remembering Houston blues musician and band leader Milton Hopkins.
Posted on · On Monday's show: A local expert weighs in on President Biden's nomination of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to the U.S. Supreme Court, and Rice University hosts an international conference on the paranormal.
Posted on · Experts address perceived concerns surrounding J&J, Pfizer, and Moderna vaccines, and how to gather safely this time of year amid the Omicron surge.
Posted on · Houston Methodist has seen four times as many positive tests this week, and Memorial Hermann has noted more hospitalizations.
Posted on · The news comes one day after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommended the lower-dose shot for younger kids on Tuesday.
Posted on · If you're at least 65 years old, live in a long-term care facility, work in a high-risk environment or have an underlying condition, you’re eligible for a booster shot.
Posted on · Houston attorney Jared Woodfill, who currently represents almost 200 healthcare workers in multiple lawsuits against Methodist, said executive order GA-40 makes the hospital's policy illegal.
Posted on · Some vaccine providers were ready to begin administering the booster shot as early as Friday.
Posted on · Houston Public Media spoke with Brent Peery, vice president for Memorial Hermann's Chaplaincy and Spiritual Care services, who said healthcare workers are committed, but extremely fatigued.
Posted on · On Tuesday's show: The region is on pace to exceed 4,000 total COVID-19 hospitalizations, City Council Member Carolyn Evans-Shabazz answers your questions, and how air conditioning shaped Houston's growth.