Education

An Overview of 888sport Betting App for Android & iOS Smartphones

888sport was established as a casino and poker operator which further expanded as a sports betting operator too, in 2008. 888sport doesn’t promote shady business tactics, like what you have heard about other sports betting apps and sites. They are known for their white marketing strategy and have obtained a license in the US, Spain, Italy, Sweden, UK, and other countries. Furthermore, the company is also listed on the London stock exchange. The betters can […]

HCPH | COVID-19 Outbreak Reported in Assisted Living Facility in La Porte

Multiple COVID-19 cases are under investigation Houston—As part of our ongoing investigation efforts, Harris County Public Health (HCPH) is reporting a COVID-19 outbreak at the LaPorte Healthcare Center. HCPH’s initial investigation of this same facility that was reported on April 4. To date, 34 residents and staff members have tested positive for COVID-19. The facility is currently under strict health control orders that were issued to ensure appropriate infection control and prevention measures are taken. The […]

Art Colony Association, Inc. Announces 8 th Annual Middle School Art Competition Winners

HOUSTON (April 6, 2020) The Art Colony Association, Inc. (ACA), the producer of Bayou City Art Festival, has announced the winners from the 8 th Annual Middle School Art Competition. The art competition is an education initiative offered by ACA that gives students in grades 5 th – 8 th from the Greater Houston area the opportunity to participate in a 2-D juried competition, have their art displayed in public, interact with working artists , and win prizes for themselves and their school’s art […]

5 common mistakes victims make in a personal injury lawsuit

If you’ve been injured in an accident that wasn’t your fault, from car crashes to slips and trips, nursing home abuse to medical malpractice, you could be eligible to file for compensation. And why shouldn’t you? After all, you’re now struggling with sky-high medical bills, a loss of earnings and concern about what the future may hold. Click here to find out more about the Pintas and Mullins law firm. There are thousands upon thousands […]

Women Veterans Defend the Community by Making Masks for Volunteers Distributing Food at Mamie George Community Center

Women veterans Chris (from left) and Trish Long leave their sewing machines to deliver fabric masks to Susan Jaroszewski at Catholic Charities’ Mamie George Community Center in Richmond.  The masks are being worn by volunteers during food distribution to Fort Bend County residents whose need for food assistance is intensified by the COVID-19 pandemic.

RICHMOND – First they defended our country.  Now, they’re creating a first line of defense in the war against COVID-19 in Fort Bend County. Women veterans affiliated with Catholic Charities’ Women Veterans Program are making fabric masks to protect the many volunteers distributing food at the Mamie George Community Center (MGCC) in Richmond, the hub for Catholic Charities services in Fort Bend County. Volunteers are already sporting some of the 100 fabric masks made so […]

Texas Provides Guidance for Nursing Facilities Current Guidance Addresses Infection Control Recommendations

AUSTIN – Texas Health and Human Services is releasing current guidance to nursing facilities across the state on how to respond in the event of a presumptive or confirmed case of COVID-19. This current guidance – COVID-19 Response for Long-term Care Facilities – includes an overview of information provided to nursing facilities and highlights requirements and recommendations to protect resident health and safety. The guidance applies when a facility becomes aware of the infection of […]

Breathing in life during the pandemic

Death from the coronavirus catapults the religious to seek answers from celestial places. Crying out, “My God, my God, why have you forsaken us?” But we know from the beginning of the beginning, death entered humanity—and a death on the cross saved humanity. Death opens the afterlife door, but earthly loss brings sorrow deep and wide. And we forget to breathe. Death visits when breath departs. Coffins, coronavirus obituaries, crematoriums,cemeteries—we bury and honor loved ones […]

Katy ISD Continues to Feed Thousands of Katy Children No Meal Distribution on Good Friday Holiday  

KATY [April 6, 2020] – Katy Independent School District remains committed to ensuring children stay healthy and receive the needed nutrients during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.  Just last week, 103,297 Katy area children received both breakfast and lunch through the District’s Grab and Go Meals Program.  During the fourth week of program operations, Katy ISD distribution sites will be open Monday, April 6 – Thursday, April 9 only.  Meal distribution on Friday, April 10 will not […]

HCPH | Harris County Statement on Non-Congregate Medical Shelter

Houston-Harris County, in collaboration with local, state, and federal partners has begun building medical shelter at NRG Park. The purpose of the facility is to provide health and medical-related care to COVID-19 patients if hospitals exceed their capacities. While there are no plans to open the shelter at this time, the county is determined to provide additional support to the medical community during this pandemic. Additional details about the facility will be made available at […]

Hydration Awareness: 10 Ways to Be ‘Water Wise’ (Even While Sheltering in Place)

Water 101: Guidance from the CDC, USDA, Mayo Clinic, Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and other top-tier experts and physicians on proper hydration, dehydration avoidance Water. We all need it—and know we need it—for optimum health and wellness, but a shocking few live daily life in a properly hydrated state and certainly not with appropriate consistency. One doctor-driven report revealed that fully 75 percent, a staggering three-fourths majority, of Americans may suffer from chronic dehydration. It went on to underscore […]