Health

Veterans Deserve Better Than the VA’s 45,000 Job Vacancies

Since its creation in 1930, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has provided medical care and services to over…

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Break the Silence: Domestic Violence Awareness Month

To raise public awareness about the importance of domestic violence and to encourage the public education about the resources available for…

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City of San Juan and Mixfit Performance to Offer FREE Fitness Program to San Juan Residents

San Juan, Texas – The City of San Juan is partnering with MixFit Performance to provide FREE weekly one-hour fitness workouts to…

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New Spanish-Language PSAs Urge Living Kidney Donation

New York – It’s a legacy that no individual or group should have to claim. Yet, in the United States,…

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McAllen Waives Permit Requirements, Fees For Flood Damage Repairs

By Davis Rankin, Jr. The message from McAllen City Hall to rain-damaged residents is to fix up your homes and…

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Threat Of Zika, Other Diseases Rises After Flooding

After the recent flooding and continuing rains this past week, the Hidalgo County Health Department issued a warning to area…

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Curanderismo: Community Medicine In The Modern Age

Local curandera to present the culture of curanderismo June 17 Have you ever brewed oregano tea for a stomach ache,…

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Canales Urges Gov. Abbott To Call Special Session To Address Retired Teachers Health Insurance Program Problems

By DAVID A. DÍAZ With more than a quarter-million retired Texans and their dependents struggling with higher monthly premiums and…

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McAllen Opts To Invest In UTRGV Cancer Research Program

By Davis Rankin  The City of McAllen isn’t giving $1 million just to support the medical school at the University…

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UTRGV Steps Into The Future of Consumer Marketing Research

By Maria Elena Hernandez Dr. Reto Felix is carefully reviewing a recording of his driving. Unlike a dash cam, this…

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