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Jucys Taco, offshoot of Jucys Hamburgers, to open Tyler location sometime in future
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After losing 140 pounds, Dallas man gains immense joy
Conversation growing around mental health in politics after announcements from lawmakers
"I would just remind you that we are human, too. I encourage you to be slow to judge," said Kimberly Holiday, a member of the Pflugerville City Council.
Japan, with 6 million Alzheimer's patients, approves first drug to treat condition
It's the first drug for treatment of the disease in a country with a rapidly aging population.
Here's how to order free COVID test kits
Each U.S. household can order up to four free tests.
Many states are expanding their Medicaid programs to provide dental care to their poorest residents
While dental care often is seen as routine, the poor often go without any care for years or even decades.
Verify: No, the new COVID booster does not cause blood clots at an increased rate
All vaccines go through rigorous testing to make sure they are safe for the public.
RSV vaccine recommended during pregnancy as a second option to protect newborns
The recommendation comes a month after the CDC recommended another option: lab-made antibodies given to infants younger than 8 months as way to prevent severe RSV.
Eye On Health | Newest COVID vaccine & Barbie Botox trend
Eye on Health takes a look at health stories that make news during the week. We look at the latest COVID-19 vaccine and a look into the Barbie Botox trend.
SNAP benefits going up Oct. 1, here's what's changing
SNAP is designed to help low-income families afford nutritious and essential food at the grocery store.
Several Rusk Rural Water Supply customers under water boil notice
The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality advices customers to boil their water prior to consumption.
Round Rock students create app to connect peers to medical internships
The students hope the app gives more people access to the opportunity to promote diversity and stop nepotism.
Some providers are dropping gender-affirming care for kids even in cases where it's legal
Since last year, conservative lawmakers and governors have prioritized restricting access to transgender care under the name of protecting children.
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