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A partnership between the city of Houston and community organization CAN DO Houston seeks to improve access to healthy food for residents in “food deserts,” where fast food is much easier to come by than fresh fruits and vegetables. LAURA UNGAR, USA TODAY

Houston Tries to Slim Down with Food, Fitness

Houston Tries to Slim Down with Food, Fitness By Laura Ungar and Jayne O’Donnell, for USA...

Aimee Sharp

Texas Judge Blocks Cuts to Services for Disabled Kids

Originally published as Updated: Texas Judge Blocks the State from Implementing Severe Cuts to...

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Eligible for medicare medicaid

As State Announces Medicaid Cuts, Access to Care is Already a Growing Problem

As State Announces Medicaid Cuts, Access to Care is Already a Growing Problem By Megan Flynn for the...

Chris Moynihan
New hospital

Parkland Opens New $1.3 Billion Hospital in Dallas

By Andis Robeznieks for Modern Healthcare The emergency, urgent-care, and labor and delivery...

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Texas State Capitol Building

Part 2 of the Governor’s Committee on People with Disabilities Annual Survey: Impact of the Aging Population

The Texas Governor’s Committee on People with Disabilities conducts an annual survey on an aspect...

Chris Moynihan

Phone Scam Targeting HHSC Clients

Originally posted on the Texas Health and Human Services Website The Texas Health and Human Services...

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Disability survey

Governor’s Committee on People with Disabilities Annual Survey: Impact of the Aging Population

Originally posted by the Office of the Governor – Greg Abbott Committee on People with...

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Texas Disaster Relief

Texas Disaster Relief

The following list of Texas disaster relief resources are available for those affected by the storms, as well as those looking to help:

Brooke Phillips, CWCMS
Texas Dual Eligible Integrated Care Project

Important Information about the Texas Dual Eligible Integrated Care Project

You may have already received a notice from the Texas Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC) about a new program called the Texas Dual Eligible...

Brooke Phillips, CWCMS
Texas Medicaid

Feds Warn Texas: Expand Medicaid or Risk Hospital Funds

The federal government is holding state leaders’ feet to the fire, hoping to get Texas to expand...

Chris Moynihan