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Risk of child maltreatment varies dramatically across age and ZIP codes, according to new analysis

There are many factors that are associated with community-level maltreatment risk, including child and family poverty, crime, enrollment in school, health behaviors, and child safety.

High Severe Maternal Morbidity Rates Cluster In Certain ZIP Codes, New Analysis Finds

AUSTIN, Texas - Severe maternal morbidity varies dramatically in Texas by both race/ethnicity  and geographic region, according to a new report and searchable maps from The University of Texas Health Science Center at Tyler.

11 Recommendations for Catalyzing Telemedicine Adoption in Texas

In order to catalyze the expansion of telemedicine in Texas, the Texas Health Improvement Network (THIN) has released 11 recommendations to policymakers in the areas of telemedicine infrastructure, start-up challenges, regulatory issues, and legal issues.

U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams and Dr. Karen DeSalvo to keynote 2018 Healthier Texas Summit

Jerome M. Adams, M.D., the 20th Surgeon General of the United States, will give the opening keynote address at the 2018 Healthier Texas Summit, which is being held in Austin Oct. 25-26.

Flu Vaccine in the Body, Flu in the Mind

Psychiatrist Marisa Toups is investigating the relationship between depression, the flu vaccine, inflammation, and meta-cognition.