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UVA? SPF? Broad spectrum? We’ll help you decode the terms on sunscreen labels so you can choose the right protection for you and your family.

Tuesday, June 26, 2018 at 10:00 a.m
North Campus Building, 1st Floor Public Meeting Room, Suite 125E
1106 Clayton Lane, Austin, Texas
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For children, summer brings the delight of endless hours outdoors, enjoying nature in full flourish. But that natural world includes insect life, some of which bite humans - including our children. While most are harmless, there are several issues that can cause concern. Let's explore briefly the world of insect bites - when to worry, and when not to
Prevention
Prevention is the best strategy. This does not mean that you should keep your child indoors (outdoor play and nature are good for…

The notoriously hard-to-get-into, Indian Lodge at Davis Mountains State Park is officially accepting reservations after finally completing months of expensive renovations.

A man arrested Tuesday is accused of prostituting a teenage girl on the now defunct backpage.com back in 2016.

President Donald Trump will sign an executive order to keep immigrant families together, reversing his insistence that only Congress could end his policy of separating children from parents who are caught illegally crossing the U.S. border with Mexico
Trump announced his decision Wednesday during a meeting at the White House with lawmakers as global condemnation of the family separation policy intensified and the backlash in Congress…

Caring for someone with dementia is daunting, but may not be as challenging as you expect. Approaching your role with knowledge is crucial to success.

Lawmakers in California's State Assembly have weakened a landmark bill aimed at implementing a local version of the Federal Communications Commission's now-defunct net neutrality rules, in a blow to Internet activists who had hoped for stronger measures
Approved by the California Senate last month, the bill sought to impose strict regulations on how broadband providers, such as AT&T and Comcast, may handle Internet content. Key provisions…

As trade tensions rose between the United States and China last week, Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis took aim at China and its leader, Xi Jinping, suggesting Xi was attempting to revive a 400-year-old dynasty
Speaking about various threats facing the United States during a speech at the Naval War College's graduation ceremony on Friday, Mattis said that China "harbored long-term designs to rewrite the existing…

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Kris Kobach, the Republican secretary of state in Kansas, for years has been warning that voter fraud is so rampant that restrictive laws are needed to prevent noncitizens from voting. A legal challenge to the Kansas law he championed requiring voters to show proof of citizenship was his opportunity to back up his claims. Not only did he fail to produce any credible evidence whatsoever, but he also ended up being sanctioned by a…

Pulsus invites all the participants to 4th International Conference on Neurology & Health Care to be held at Berlin,Germany on September 17-18 2018

HANCOCK - A Delaware County man opened the hood of his car to jump start the vehicle earlier this month and heard a distinctive rattle.
A large rattlesnake was resting in the center of the engine block. As the man backed away, the disturbed reptile slithered over to the battery and curled up there.

Three U.S.-based airlines asked the federal government Wednesday to refrain from using their planes to transport migrant children separated from their families, saying the controversial Trump administration practice does not align with their values
The announcements by American Airlines, United Airlines and Frontier followed reports that President Donald Trump would sign an executive order ending family separations at the U.S.-Mexico border, and also prompted a sharp…

After taking over for the '99 and the 2000, Juvenile has his eyes set on New Braunfels.

Former San Antonio Mayor and the Obama administration's Housing and Urban Development secretary Julian Castro was prevented from giving toys and cards to detained children at a facility in McAllen.