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Texas Medical Center News
5/4/2018

The Zika Symposium will bring together key experts to discuss Zika screening, clinical care considerations, mosquito control measures, and local impacts in Texas. Presentations and panel discussions will include vaccine development, outbreak containment, and community involvement to manage ongoing needs of mom, children and families impacted by the complications of Zika birth defects.

U.S. News & World Report
5/3/2018

HURRICANE HARVEY, WHICH dumped trillions of gallons of water on the southern U.S., killed at least 89 people and displaced thousands more in a matter of days, held only a 0.2 percent chance of bringing its type of torrential flooding to Houston last year.

FOX 26
5/3/2018

The Harris County Animal Shelter is hosting a "Free the Shelters" adoption event this weekend from May 4 to May 6. PRAI Beauty is partnering with the shelter and will cover the adoption costs so the public can take home their new pet for free.

forimmediaterelease.net
5/2/2018

Cathy Kangas, CEO and Founder of PRAI Beauty, announced today that her company will celebrate the “Free the Shelters” campaign one-year milestone by paying all adoption fees at 10 animal shelters across the country, resulting in possibly 1,500 adoptions in one weekend.

KHOU
3/2/2018

The Harris County Animal Shelter has many animals in need of loving homes. Every animal adopted is spayed/neutered, has a microchip, one-year license, as well as rabies vaccine and other age appropriate vaccines.

Public Health Newswire
2/27/2018

“You have to invest in the capacity for health departments and public health in general to really grow, to really be strong, to really be available and nimble when an emergency comes,” said Shah, MD, MPH, executive director of Harris County Public Health, which now serves the third most-populous county in the country. “We want the capacity to be here so when you’re stretching, it’s not as much of a stretch and you can really get into the response and recovery efforts as quickly as possible.”

Univision 45
2/20/2018

La menor se suma a los 84 infantes que han muerto en todo el país en esta temporada de influenza. Por su parte, las autoridades médicas insisten aplicar la vacuna, sobre todo en los grupos de mayor riesgo como los niños, las mujeres embarazadas y los adultos mayores.

ABC13: Eyewitness News
2/20/2018

Health officials confirmed Harris County's first flu-related death of a child. A 10-year-old girl with underlying health conditions died this month, according to the Texas Department of State Health Services. They told ABC13 the child tested positive for influenza B and did not receive a flu vaccine this season. The child passed away sometime between Feb. 4-10

ABC13: Eyewitness News
2/20/2018

A 10-year-old girl with underlying health conditions died this month, according to the Texas Department of State Health Services. They told ABC13 the child tested positive for influenza B and did not receive a flu vaccine this season. The child passed away sometime between Feb. 4-10.

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