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Friday, Feb. 12

Boston Globe
Lawmakers ask colleges for details on billion-dollar endowments

The Paper
Houston’s first rare disease day debuts at the Health Museum

Gazette Observer
Zika virus spreading explosively

Mail & Guardian (South Africa)
Link to baby deformity slows race to find Zika vaccine

Thursday, Feb. 11

Health experts: Texas should lead charge for Zika

USA Today
Report paints heartbreaking picture of Zika-linked birth defects

Zika Q&A: What you need to know about sex, saliva and sperm banks

US News & World Report
Dating with a Disability

UCB, Baylor College of Medicine Launch Neurodegenerative Disease Collaboration

Sleep Review
Obstructive sleep apnea-induced hypertension linked to gut microbiome

Wednesday, Feb. 10

International Business Times
Zika vaccine: Why developing one will take years in a skewed system

Victoria Advocate
Bowling for vision care

Houston Style Magazine
Baker Institute expert: Texas should devote resources toward developing vaccines for neglected tropical diseases

Tuesday, Feb. 9

Houston Chronicle
Erez Aiden is a joyful genius

Zika found 'active' in saliva and urine

Rice hosts mass CPR training

New York Times
Brazil Finds Zika Virus in Human Urine and Saliva, but Risk Is Unclear

Obama asks for $1.8 billion in emergency Zika funding

App tests for concussions on the field

KPRC Houston
President Obama asks for $1.8 billion to fight Zika

InsideClimate News
Warming World Spreads a Wider Welcome Mat for Zika-Carrying Mosquitoes

Houston Style Magazine
The Partnership for Baylor College of Medicine brings ‘Magic of Motown’ to Houston to benefit Baylor Lung Institute

Monday, Feb. 8

Houston Chronicle
Deal of the Week: Big Med Center contract

St. Luke’s historic facilities to close in 2019

The Washington Post
Scientists discover Zika virus is ‘active’ in saliva and urine

Ride with the mosquito hunters protecting the US against Zika

Does Having a Respiratory Condition Lower the Risk of Glioma?
Researchers scramble to fight ‘brand new’ Zika virus

The Miami Herald
Mosquito that carries Zika virus has long, deadly history

Do IVF Babies Have a Higher Risk for Blood Cancer?

Allergies, Asthma tied to lower brain cancer risk

Refinery 29
All the ways you can (and cannot) get Zika virus

Friday, Feb. 5

The Hollywood Times
Helping Parents Blend Families Seamlessly And Avoid The Pitfalls Of Overparenting

790 Talk Now
Mosquito expert: Washington downplaying Zika virus threat to US

Healthy Women
Could IVF Raise Children's Odds for Blood Cancer?

WIBX 950
The Zika Virus — Here’s What You Need to Know