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Gov. Greg Abbott said Tuesday that he banned state agencies, political subdivisions and organizations receiving public funds from creating "vaccine passports" or otherwise requiring someone to … more
Fredericksburg retiree Cyn White has been trying to find a COVID-19 vaccine in her Hill Country community since she became eligible for it in December. White, 63, who has a disability, grew … more
(NAPSI—According to a recent EdChoice and Morning Consult poll, half of parents of school-aged children said they were very or somewhat comfortable with their children returning to school “right … more
(NAPSI)—There is good news for many individuals who care for a loved one living with an injury or illness connected to military service. They’re now eligible for free professional … more
As many Texas universities take the extraordinary step of canceling or significantly reducing spring break during the pandemic, some schools are hosting on-campus events and continuing the weeklong … more
(NAPSI)—The classic American road trip is getting a makeover.  To meet the growing need for deeper, meaningful experiences that promote wellbeing, the automaker Lexus is putting travelers … more
A man has died after testing positive for COVID-19 inside the Harris County Jail.The man was in his late-60s and had been hospitalized since Feb. 14 with COVID-19 and other underlying medical … more
(NAPSI)—Chronic kidney disease (CKD) is a serious condition, affecting 15% of U.S. adults—an estimated 37 million Americans. Kidney disease can get worse over time and may lead to kidney failure … more
This developing story will be updated soon. Gov. Greg Abbott announced Tuesday that he is ending Texas' statewide mask mandate next week and will allow all businesses to operate at full … more
WASHINGTON — With the backing of Texas Democrats, the U.S. House early Saturday morning passed a $1.9 trillion aid package intended to bring the COVID-19 pandemic under control and offset the … more
The Food and Drug Administration approved Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 vaccine on Saturday for use in the U.S., the third vaccine to be approved since the pandemic began. Texas could initially … more
(NAPSI)—At a time when their efforts were desperately needed, organizations helping to combat the effects of the coronavirus, champion equality and diversity, and provide medical care for those in … more
(NAPSI)—Many pre-retirees spend their lives putting the needs of their loved ones first. While the support you provide to family and friends is invaluable, it’s important to also prioritize … more
The University of Houston College of Nursing joined Fort Bend County efforts to vaccinate residents against the Coronavirus.  Teams of faculty, staff, students and alumni volunteered more … more
WASHINGTON — U.S. Rep. Ron Wright, an Arlington Republican, has died. His campaign staff announced the news Monday. Wright had lived for years with cancer and was diagnosed with COVID-19 in … more
In the middle of a recent shift at Kroger in Cedar Hill, Jackie Ryan was assisting customers with self-checkout when an elderly woman asked for help finding canned pumpkin. While Ryan pointed her in … more
Fort Bend County announced this morning that it is opening its COVID-19 vaccine registration portal at www.fbchealth.org after receiving a shipment of vaccines. Those in class 1A and 1B vaccine … more
(NAPSI)—The COVID-19 pandemic and resulting nationwide K-12 school closures have created a social and economic impact that has paralyzed many communities. The lack of a proven technological … more
The proportion of Texans whose coronavirus tests come back positive has hit levels not seen since a summer wave of cases that eventually overwhelmed some Texas hospitals. Texas’ seven-day … more
(NAPSI)—Maintaining social connections and staying mentally and physically active is key to reducing social isolation and loneliness among older adults, particularly now during the COVID-19 … more
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