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Houston Public Media
10/15/2018

The county’s Public Health Department (HCPH) is in charge of the initiative, which also provides free classes on chronic disease self-management and Tai Chi, an exercise routine that helps seniors build strength and stability.

ABC13 Eyewitness News
10/11/2018

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- A little girl between the age of one and five is the latest confirmed case of acute flaccid myelitis in Harris and Galveston Counties.

KHOU 11
10/11/2018

The rare illness called Acute Flaccid Myelitis is also showing up in clusters in 16 states, including Texas.

Rice University News & Media
10/9/2018

The Hurricane Harvey Registry is building a comprehensive data set detailing the storm's impact on Greater Houston. The statistical tools being developed at Rice University may also be useful to North Carolina and South Carolina as they begin to recover from Hurricane Florence.

ABC 13 Eyewitness News
10/8/2018

HARRIS COUNTY, Texas (KTRK) -- Two eyesores in northeast Harris County could be history, thanks to a court date.

KHOU 11
10/5/2018

The shelter has 150 animals it needs to move out this weekend through adoptions or fosters.

News on 6
10/4/2018

Mentors spanning the research, data science and health care communities include American Hospital Association Senior Vice President and Chief Medical Officer Jay Bhatt, DO, MPH, MPA, FACP; Health and Human Services' Chief Data Officer, Mona Siddiqui; Executive Director at Harris County Public Health, Umair A. Shah, MD, MPH; and Susan Hutfless, Ph.D. of Johns Hopkins Medicine, among others, will be onsite to provide guidance and insight to event participants.

Live Journal
10/2/2018

“Because of the flood there’s going to be more water. There are going to be more mosquitoes, and so we have to do the best we can,” the director of mosquito and vector control for Texas’s Harris County Public Health, Mustapha Debboun, told The Scientist at the time.

Live Journal
10/2/2018

“Because of the flood there’s going to be more water. There are going to be more mosquitoes, and so we have to do the best we can,” the director of mosquito and vector control for Texas’s Harris County Public Health, Mustapha Debboun, told The Scientist at the time.

Houston Chronicle
9/28/2018

She [Stacy] was adopted as a puppy through the Harris County Animal Shelter, where she found herself once again this week. Sure, Stacy is a little shaken, that’s expected, but she needs a home, preferably one where she’s the only fur baby. She’s perfect for an older couple or single person without small children. She’s looking for what most of us want: no drama.

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