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Keep Your Leftovers from Making You Sick
November 20, 2023
Many people keep Thanksgiving dinner and its leftovers several days after the holiday. Keeping your leftovers at safe temperatures for a safe length of time can prevent food poisoning.
How to Safely View the Solar Eclipse in Texas
October 03, 2023
In the next six months, Texans will be able to view two solar eclipses. Take precautions to safely view these phenomena and avoid serious eye injuries.
Recognizing monkeypox and reducing the risk of infection
August 17, 2022
While health officials say the risk to the general public remains low, the number of monkeypox cases are expected to grow and the need to educate the public is vital.
Be prepared for hurricanes and other natural disasters
July 08, 2022
Be prepared for any natural disaster. We provide helpful tips on how to best plan when a hurricane is expected to hit.
Which COVID-19 booster shot should I get?
January 05, 2022
The federal Food & Drug Administration and the Centers for Disease Control have authorized booster shots for those who qualify.
Delta variant causes rise of COVID-19 hospitalizations in the unvaccinated
July 22, 2021
The delta variant is the most contagious version of COVID-19 and spreads two to three times faster than the original virus. Encourage family and friends to get vaccinated.
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