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FOX 26
8/29/2018

HOUSTON (FOX 26) - Sexually transmitted diseases are on the rise nationwide, according to a new report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Houston Chronicle
8/29/2018

Looking for a pet? Dozens of neglected and abandoned animals being cared for at the Harris County Animal Shelter need a home.

ABC13: Eyewitness News
8/28/2018

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) - A Texas Children's Hospital nurse was fired after posting about a toddler, who tested positive for measles, on an anti-vaccine Facebook page.

Houston Chronicle
8/23/2018

It’s been one year since Hurricane Harvey pummeled our area, but for many in Harris County, it’s as if it were yesterday. Homes and businesses may have been repaired, but the mental and emotional damage for many is still real and present. In public health we say, “Health happens where you live, learn, work, worship and play.” It happens in the community.

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
8/20/2018

When Hurricane Harvey hit Houston in 2017, officials from Harris County Public Health had to get creative. Here’s how they kept Houstonians healthy in the wake of the storm and what they learned in the process.

iHeart Radio
8/20/2018

Doug talks about rehab after joint replacement, reverse mortgage, and social isolation.

Public Health Informatics Institute
8/15/2018

The preeminent event of the public health informatics field, the Public Health Informatics Conference, is coming up next week, from August 20-23. This conference is hosted by NACCHO and CDC in Atlanta once every two years and draws informaticians from all over the country to share innovations and lessons learned. In anticipation of this major informatics event, I spoke to Dr. Umair Shah, former President of NACCHO and Executive Director of Harris County Public Health in Texas about why he's looking forward to PHIC and what he thinks attendees will get out of it.

Houstonia
8/15/2018

LAST MONTH, Houstonia reported that Harris County has the seventh highest vaccination opt-out rate in the U.S. While a parent can choose to opt-out of immunizing their children for religious or philosophical reasons, the state of Texas requires seven different vaccines for school-aged children.

Houston Chronicle
8/13/2018

Harris County Animal Shelter will host a "Check the Chip" event to encouraged owners to check, update microchip info.

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