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Full Show: Vicarious Trauma, And Musician Matisyahu (July 26, 2018)

Posted on · On Thursday's Houston Matters: We discuss something called "vicarious trauma." We hear the latest installment of Houston Public Media’s Stories from the Storm series. And we talk with musician Matisyahu.

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Full Show: Preventing School Shootings, And Integrating Renewables Into The Electric Grid (May 24, 2018)

Posted on · On Thursday's Houston Matters: We learn about a telemedicine program out of Texas Tech that might help stop school shootings. We discuss integration of renewable energy into the power grid. A local ophthalmologist answers your eye care questions. And we visit a convention for fans of Minecraft.

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Want to See a Doctor Over Skype? New Rules Govern Telemedicine in Texas

Posted on · The Texas Medical Board recently implemented new rules on the use of telemedicine, which is the use of communication technology such as Skype to provide a medical diagnosis from a distance. In a press release the board announced it would “expand opportunities for patients to interact with their physicians beyond the traditional office visit and clarify […]

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NTSB Ruling, Jade Helm and Sobriety Theater: Thursday’s Show (June 11, 2015)

Posted on · The National Transportation Safety Board this week issued its initial report on a March 2014 collision in the Houston Ship Channel between the bulk carrier Summer Wind and the Miss Susan tow in lower Galveston Bay, which led to an oil spill and temporary closure of the channel. While the accident occurred on a foggy day, the […]