They’re building transitional homes in the Hill Country for foster children who turn 18.
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It includes more health care providers in the mediation process along with freestanding emergency rooms.
The medicine is used to treat life-threatening allergic reactions.
About 35 percent of their budget comes from government entities, include federal, state, city and county money.
Some rely on grants to fund research on life-saving treatments.
Rather than trying to forget about the trauma, patients confront it through virtual reality.
The security technology company is in Austin, talking to businesses about using robots to keep their employees and properties safe.
Doctors discovered the cancer during a physical required by Austin ISD athletics, but it was missed in previous physicals.
They’ve also expanded their servers to handle more traffic.
Researchers studied the cortisol and testosterone levels in soldiers prior to deploying to war zones.
The president of Bastrop Senior Center says most of the passengers, who were on a trip to a Biloxi casino, were center members.
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The resolution directs the city manager to come up with a plan that will put Austin on the map for electric and self-driving car solutions.
In his speech before Congress Tuesday, President Trump said he believes it’s taking too long for drugs to be approved by the FDA.
Patients can apply to take part in ongoing studies to save money on costly fertility treatments.
This hasn’t happened since 2012.
Compared to a helicopter, it’s faster and can travel greater distances.
Members invited Rep. John Carter to the town hall, but his office declined due to a scheduling conflict.
Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller has approved the use of warfarin-based pesticide products to control feral hog populations.
She’ll be running the half marathon and her trainers hope she’ll inspire others with Down syndrome to take up the sport.