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Topic - Texas Department Of State Health Services
State health officials have advised against eating certain fish caught in East Texas.
Small, smelly packets of vaccine are being dropped from airplanes in eastern and central Texas in an effort to control rabies in skunks.
There have been five incidents in the last six months where patients' health records have made their way out of some of Texas' 10 public psychiatric facilities, according to a review of state records by a newspaper.
Dallas County has confirmed 26 flu-related deaths as health officials urge people to get vaccinated.
A group of Texas abortion clinics have filed a federal lawsuit against a new Texas law, saying it will force one-third of the state's abortion facilities to close and illegally interferes with a woman's right to have an abortion.
In the wake of the murder convictions of Philadelphia abortionist Kermit B. Gosnell, Texas state officials are investigating a Houston abortion provider who is accused by former employees of killing born-alive infants, performing illegal late-term abortions and violating other state laws.
Health officials say it's the worst year ever for West Nile in Texas, which has seen more than half of the country's deaths from the virus this year.
It's the worst year ever for West Nile virus in Texas, which has seen about half of the country's deaths from the illness this year, health officials said Wednesday.
Health officials say it's the worst year ever for West Nile in Texas, which has seen nearly half the country's deaths from the virus this year.