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Isobella Harkrider

Isobella Harkrider
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Isobella Harkrider is a writer who covers healthcare, education, wellness and other lifestyle news. She's the author of several books and has written for The New York Times, SELF, Parents, SheKnows, Houston Press and others.

Early Voting Starts Today or Hurry to Vote By Mail

If you are planning to vote-by-mail in the July 14 primary runoff election, you have just three days to get your application...

Government Gets Creative to Sell the Public on Wearing Masks

Although critics say it isn’t enough, Gov. Greg Abbott’s office and other governmental leaders have been trying to increase public awareness of...

What is Life Like After COVID-19? Experts Explain.

Whether a patient recovers at home or needs care in an intensive care unit, COVID-19 may affect their future health — possibly...

Federally Supported COVID-19 Testing Sites In Texas to Stay Open

The federal government is granting Texas an extension to continue community-based testing at seven sites in Texas that had been slated for...

Texas Women’s COO: Legislative Change Needed to Address Gender Inequities

In part two of our look at the economic hardships Texas women are facing, we posed four questions to Texas Women’s Foundation’s...

New Study: Texas Women Face Economic Hardship

Today over 14 million women and girls call Texas home, and 50% of women and girls live in the state’s three largest...

State Announces New Guidelines for Child Care Centers

To protect children in day care and the public, the Texas Health and Human Services Commission released new emergency rules Thursday. 

Will My Child Be in the Classroom or Learning Virtually in the Fall?

With the first day of school less than 60 days away and COVID-19 surging in Texas, parents are likely starting to wonder...

Ways You Can Get Help Paying Summer Power Bills

Many families’ budgets have been stretched to their limits during the pandemic, and they may be wondering what resources are available to...

School Districts Pretty Much Left to Their Own Devices on COVID-19 for 2020-2021

If you were imagining your child wearing a mask or gloves while in school this coming year, you may be surprised to...

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