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 · Experts explain the symptoms, treatments, and ways to receive care.
Posted on · On Wednesday's show: This week, the public has a chance to weigh in on potential expansion of a stretch of I-45 between Beltway 8 and Loop 336 in Conroe. We learn about some objections to those plans. And we discuss the week in politics.
Posted on · The Houston Matters panel of non-experts weighs in on stories from the week’s news and decides if they’re good, bad, or ugly.
Posted on · As demand for veteran mental health services spiked in recent months, Texas has begun to invest resources into a novel treatment for PTSD.
Posted on · Today, we explore PTSD with Marine combat veteran Jon Hancock, whose story is told in the documentary "Bastards’ Road." Film director Brian Morrison also joins the discussion, as well as clinical social worker Careen Meyer, who specializes in PTSD.
Posted on · Nearly 80 people have died as a result of the storm and subsequent power failures, according to the Associated Press. Are natural and manmade disasters a part of living in Texas?
Posted on · We focus on first responders' mental health, including tips to help them during the pandemic and what the general public can take away to manage their own stress and anxiety.
Posted on · The Houston artist and designer talks about her craft.
Posted on · Psychologist and director Ricardo Ainslie talks about his documentary, The Mark of War.
Posted on · Denise Slaughter and her family are involved in helping people like her attacker.
Posted on · On Tuesday's Houston Matters: We survey the scene on Election Day. A renowned Egyptologist tells us about a time when women ruled the world. We learn about a short film about a veteran's experience with PTSD. And we learn about the new facility for The Menil Drawing Institute.
Posted on · Hurricane Harvey and the Santa Fe High School shooting, as well as other emergencies in the U.S., are discussed at the Regional Healthcare Preparedness Coalition Symposium
Posted on · Women are at high risk for getting concussions from domestic violence. A neurologist and a social worker have paired up to try to get women the specific medical help and counseling that they need.
Posted on · Veterans who received an “other than honorable” discharge can’t get mental health care through the Veterans Affairs system. Senator John Cornyn’s bill would help them to get such care outside the VA.