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Title: Culture: The language of prevention
Authors: Granados,Christine
Source: Texas Observer, Jan-12, 104 :1 ,pg 34- 36
Subjects: Medical care - Cultural aspects Cancer - Treatment - Cultural apsects Hispanic Americans - Health and hygiene
Ref ID: 93248
 
Title: OSHA's directive on investigating workplace violence
Authors: Gladstone,Sheila;Hernandez,Elizabeth
Source: Texas Business Today, Fourth Quarter 2012, : ,pg 12- 13
Subjects: Occupational health and safety Violence in the workplace - Law and legislation
Ref ID: 95150
 
Title: Achievements and innovations in healthcare (Advertisement)
Authors:
Source: Texas Monthly, Feb-11, 39 :2 ,pg 61- 76
Subjects: Health facilities
Ref ID: 90551
 
Title: Kitchens: Clean and green?
Authors:
Source: Texas Child Care, Fall 2012, 36 :2 ,pg Online-  
Subjects: Children - Health and hygiene Food handling
Ref ID: 95042
 
Title: Bring the brightest together: Expanded facilities benefit students and community
Authors: Shields,Clint
Source: Texas Rising, Fall 2011, :    
Subjects: Texas A & M Health Sciences Center (Bryan Tex.) Economic development
Ref ID: 94811
 
Title: Political intelligence: Dept. of wealth redistribution - lien on me
Authors: DePrang,Emily
Source: Texas Observer, December 2012, 104 :12    
Subjects: Kerrville (Tex.) - Health facilities Psychiatric hospitals - Law and legislation Criminal justice - Administration of
Additional Information: Criminal defendent involuntarily committed to Kerrville State Hospital amassing huge bills for treatment. Debate over who pays, the patient or the state.
Ref ID: 95119
 
Title: Lead: Medicine brawl
Authors: Ennis,Michael
Source: Texas Monthly, December 2012, 40 :12 ,pg 77- 78
Subjects: Perry Rick Health insurance - Law and legislation Medicaid - Law and legislation
Ref ID: 95131
 
Title: Too heavy to bear
Authors: Michels,Patrick
Source: Texas Observer, December 2012, 104 :12 ,pg 18- 24
Subjects: Private security services - Employees Victoria (Tex.) - Business enterprises Occupational health and safety
Additional Information: Two armed guards and from Victoria (Tex.)-based Triple D Security, in a van loaded far beyond the weight limit with coins for delivery, in a roll over accident, killing one of the guards.  The family of the guard struggle with the company and its owners,
Ref ID: 95217
 
Title: Arlelne Wohlgemuth
Authors:
Source: Texas Observer, Dec-11, 103 :17 ,pg 15-  
Subjects: Wohlgemuth Arlene Texas Public Policy Foundation Children - Health insurance
Ref ID: 92750
 
Title: Compensation consideration: Federal health care reform may affect superintendent contracts
Authors: Claghorn,Holly
Source: Texas Lone Star, Dec-11, 29 :09 ,pg 19- 20
Subjects: School superintendents - Legal status laws etc. Health care reform
Additional Information: Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA).
Ref ID: 92401
 
Title: The V.I.P. room: It's the best of times for Rick Perry's friends and former staffers, but to what end?
Authors: Rapoport,Abby
Source: Texas Observer, Dec-11, 103 :17 ,pg 16-23-  
Subjects: Perry Rick Wilson Phil Texas Department of Transportation Campaign funds Medicaid Van de Putte Leticia Texas Association of Health Plans Texas Department of Insurance Unitedhealth Group - Evercare Republican Governors Association CGI Group Texas Health
Additional Information: People mentioned: Mike Toomey, Bob Perry, Dan Shelley, Luis Saenz, Victoria Ford, Ann-Marie Price, Chris Cronn, Albert Hawkins, Andrew Wheat, Ray Sullivan.
Ref ID: 92900
 
Title: Editor's letter: Uncivil war
Authors: Silverstein,Jake
Source: Texas Monthly, Aug-12, 40 :8 ,pg 20-  
Subjects: Women's rights Women - Health and hygiene - Law and legislation Planned Parenthood Abortion Texas - Legislature
Additional Information: The issue of women's health and reproductive issues has entered the national conversation during the presidential campaign. Texas is one of the states that have taken significant legislative action on women's health issues. It is not helpful to characterize this issue as "the war on women."
Ref ID: 94818
 
Title: Mothers, sisters, daughters, wives
Authors: Swartz,Mimi
Source: Texas Monthly, Aug-12, 40 :8 ,pg 90- 95+
Subjects: Women - Health and hygiene - Law and legislation Women's rights Planned Parenthood - Law and legislation Texas - Legislature - 82nd Miller Sid Patrick Dan Alvarado Carol Richards Ann Richards Cecile
Additional Information: In 2011, the 82nd state legislature slashed family planning funds, passed a new sonogram law, and waged an all-out war on Planned Parenthood that has dramatically shifted the state's public health priorities. This has caused a still-raging conflict that has spilled over to the courts and the campaign trail.
Ref ID: 94831
 
Title: Direct quote: Life without health insurance
Authors: Ura,Alexa
Source: Texas Observer, Aug-12, 104 :8 ,pg 34- 35
Subjects: Medically uninsured persons - Personal narratives Health insurance - Economic aspects
Ref ID: 94839
 
Title: Editorial: The health care debacle
Authors:
Source: Texas Observer, Aug-12, 104 :8    
Subjects: Perry Rick Medicaid Health insurance - Law and legislation
Ref ID: 94561
 
Title: Political intelligence: No insurance, no service
Authors: Del Bosque,Melissa
Source: Texas Observer, Aug-12, 104 :8    
Subjects: Galveston (Tex.) - Medical care University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston (Galveston Tex.) Health insurance Poor - Medical care Lenihan Merle
Additional Information: Dispute between Galveston's county commissioners and UTMB officials over the county's indigent health program means fewer and fewer of Galveston's uninsured residents are being treated since Hurricane Ike (2008).
Ref ID: 94636
 
Title: No refuge
Authors: Heimlich,Janet
Source: Texas Observer, Aug-12, 104 :8 ,pg 10- 21
Subjects: Eldorado (Tex.) - Crime Jeffs Warren Mormon Church Child abuse Sects Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (FLDS) Texas Department of Health and Human Services
Additional Information: Details and issues of the 2008 incident in El Dorado (Tex.) when the state took custody of more than 400 children who were part of a Mormon sect led by Warren Jeffs. Individuals mentioned: Barlow, Sarah; Walther, Barbara; Jessop, Carolyn;Childress, Charles;Schmidt, Jeff; Heiligenstein, Anne; Darby, Drew; Mankin, Randy; Berger, Sharon
Ref ID: 94676
 
Title: State of Texas: The costs of the uninsured
Authors: Mann,Dave
Source: Texas Observer, Aug-12, 104 :8 ,pg 28-  
Subjects: Health insurance - Economic aspects Medically uninsured persons
Additional Information: Charts showing the economic impact of people without health insurance.
Ref ID: 94731
 
Title: Reaching out in La Porte: District addresses uninsured population with voucher program
Authors: Gunter,Ford
Source: Texas Lone Star, April/May 2011, 29 :3 ,pg 14- 16
Subjects: School nursing Child health services
Additional Information: Student Healthcare Voucher Program.
Ref ID: 91057
 
Title: Editorial: The attack on women's health
Authors:
Source: Texas Observer, Apr-12, 104 :40    
Subjects: Women - Health and hygiene - Law and legislation Abortion - Law and legislation
Ref ID: 94143
 
Title: Big beat: It's hard to be Latina in Texas
Authors: Casares,Cindy
Source: Texas Observer, Apr-12, 104 :4 ,pg 25-  
Subjects: Hispanic American voters Hispanic American women Women - Health and hygiene - Law and legislation Voting - Law and legislation Civil rights
Additional Information: The author's take on recent pieces of legislation and their impact on civil rights.
Ref ID: 94172
 
Title: The right not to know
Authors: Jones,Carolyn
Source: Texas Observer, Apr-12, 104 :40   11
Subjects: Women - Health and hygiene - Law and legislation Abortion - Law and legislation Abortion - Personal narratives Planned Parenthood
Additional Information: The effect of Texas' new sonogram law on a woman contemplating having an abortion.
Ref ID: 94228
 
Title: State of Texas: The cuts to women's health
Authors: Mann,Dave
Source: Texas Observer, Apr-12, 104 :4 ,pg 24-  
Subjects: Women - Health and hygiene - Law and legislation Planned Parenthood - Law and legislation Women - Health and hygiene - Finance
Additional Information: Charts depicting the economic impact as well as the impact on women from the 2011 Texas Legislature's cuts in funding for two programs that deliver family planning services.
Ref ID: 94263
 
Title: Despite health care ruling, the state can wait
Authors:
Source: Texas Weekly, 9-Jul-12, 29 :27    
Subjects: Health insurance - Reforms Medicaid
Ref ID: 94420
 
Title: COuld HHSC face a public ed-sized leadership void?
Authors:
Source: Texas Weekly, 4-Jun-12, 29 :22    
Subjects: Texas Department of Health and Human Services - Officials and employees
Ref ID: 93478
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