In the News
ABC13
6/22/2017

Childhood obesity could add billions to health care costs as the current generation of children becomes adults, but Harris County officials and Cy-Fair ISD are making efforts to reduce the number of cases in the area.

nytimes
6/19/2017

Dotted around Houston, hidden in overgrown backyards and piles of old tires, are what look like 10 tiny models of Hollywood’s iconic Capitol Records building.

NACCHO
6/19/2017

The National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO) is proud to announce the 2017-2018 election results for NACCHO Officers and Board of Directors.

Houston Chronicle
6/15/2017

Community Impact Newspaper
6/2/2017

Harris County officials and local school districts are working to reduce childhood obesity—a condition that could add billions to health care costs and affect the health of this generation of children as they become adults.

Community Impact Newspaper
6/2/2017

Local and statewide officials in the Greater Houston area are working to reduce childhood obesity—a condition that could add billions to health care costs and affect the health of this generation of children as they become adults.

khou
5/3/2017

There are plenty of kittens in need of a forever home at the Harris County Animal Shelter. 

The shelter provides a safe haven to hundreds of lost, neglected and abandoned animals. Unfortunately, they have too many kittens right now and need to make room for more animals.

NACCHO
4/3/2017

National Public Health Week is April 3-9, 2017. Please join us as we celebrate the power of prevention, advocating for healthy and fair policies, sharing strategies for successful partnerships and championing the role of a strong public health system. Here is one in a series of interviews with members of our Board of Directors. 

Chron.com
3/21/2017

HOUSTON (AP) — Officials are considering releasing genetically modified mosquitoes in Houston as part of the fight against the insects known to carry diseases such as the Zika virus.

Business Standard
3/21/2017

Officials in Harris County in the state of Texas are considering an approach that's been developed by British biotech firm Oxitec, that would introduce genetically modified mosquitoes to the Houston area whose offspring would die soon after birth.

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