BY COLLEEN DEGUZMAN Originally appeared in the Texas Tribune & Kaiser Health News Responding to COVID-19 has taken so much attention and energy that some public health workers believe it […]
By Scott Blair There’s an argument over whether there’s a teacher shortage or not in Texas. However, if you dig deeper into the numbers, evidence points to yes, there is. […]
By Karen Brooks Harper Health experts in Texas and the U.S. believe that monkeypox infections will continue to rise exponentially. The disease is not deadly and doesn’t usually lead to hospitalization, […]
By Brian Lopez Over the last two years, Texas’ public education system has been through the wringer, from shifting to online classes and debates about making masks mandatory to the […]
Big business greed is leading to us downplaying just how big of a deal COVID is.
Byline: Stacy M. Brown NNPA Newswire Senior National Correspondent @StacyBrownMedia The agency announced in a news release that they also would shorten the time between the completion of primary vaccination […]
by Dena Vang For Lashonda Diouf, a long-time member of Mount Canaan Baptist Church, the recent Stay Well Harry Blake Empowerment Health Fair & Vaccination Event held a special place […]