Health experts across the country have been noticing a new trend where teens make their own candy and spike it with prescription drugs. Experts are advising people to keep an eye out for suspicious behavior and properly dispose of any unused medication.
As the concern for contracting the Zika virus continues to rise, many people are taking the necessary precautions. One central Texas man's business building bat houses has taken off lately, partially from Zika concerns.
Texas medicaid will begin providing mosquito repellent to all expectant mothers and women between the ages of 10 and 45, as public health officials grapple with the likelihood that Texas will see at least some local transmissions of the Zika Virus.
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