”In the end, we came up with a common agenda, a list of ten items, things that the Nacogdoches County residents would like to see happen here.”Items on the agenda include increasing health access for Spanish speakers and those in public schools and jails.
Teddy graduated the NICU with flying colors, and on Nov. 29, two days before he turned 15 weeks old, helped flip the switch on the UT Health Tyler Christmas tree, an honor given to a former patient each year.
For many Americans, a trip to the doctor is determined by the cost of the visit, instead of the medical need. Consumer Investigator Rachel DePompa finds out ways you can keep your appointments, while still finding ways to save.
The U.N. health agency said in a statement Monday that mpox was its new preferred name for monkeypox, saying that both monkeypox and mpox would be used for the next year while the old name is phased out.
It’s open enrollment season for Medicare and Medicaid and experts say scammers are on the prowl. Consumer Investigator Caresse Jackman explains how to spot the scammers posing as government agents and stop them from stealing your identity.
When a company learns a product it sells could be defective and dangerous, it has 24 hours to let the federal government’s Consumer Product Safety Commission know about it. But it could take months or years for the public to find out about the company’s possible concerns, if they even come to light at all. InvestigateTV has been battling CPSC and companies to disclose information about the products companies have sounded the alarm on – an alarm that remains relatively silent.
“So seasonal affective disorder, its diagnosed under the major depressive component and it mimics a lot of the symptoms of major depressive dis-order,” says licensed professional counselor, Corynthia Reece.