Archive for the ‘Houston health insurance’ Category

Texas Health Insurance Changing

Posted on: July 11th, 2011 by ymedina No Comments

Across the nation, the number of employers offering health insurance to their employees is decreasing due to the rising costs of health care.  Texas is no different and they are actually seeing a more dramatic drop when compared to the national average.  The article “Texas Falling Behind in Employer-Based Health Insurance” by PublicNewsService.org says the […]

Houston Health Insurance Has A New Advocate

Posted on: December 28th, 2009 by ymedina No Comments

Houston, Texas elected a new mayor earlier this month named Annise Parker.  According to the article “Houston Is The Largest City to Elect Openly Gay Mayor” by James C. McKinley on NYTimes.com, voters gave a solid victory to this openly gay woman. There are some smaller cities that have elected openly gay mayors, but this […]

Houston Health Insurance and Breast Cancer Awareness

Posted on: October 15th, 2009 by ymedina No Comments

October is Breast Cancer Awareness month and people in Houston, Texas are gathering together to support the cause.  According to the article “Community Breast Health Event at Cy-Fair Hospital” found on the cypresstimes.com, the Women’s Imaging Center at Cy-Fair Hospital is hosting a Breast Health Event on October 29th. The Cypress Fairbanks Women’s Imaging Center […]

Houston Health Insurance Rallies

Posted on: September 6th, 2009 by ymedina No Comments

According to the article “Houston turns out for health care reform” by James Thompson from People’s Weekly World Newspaper, 2000 supporters of health care reform had a rally organized by Organizing for America (OFA) at Houston City Hall.  Many Houston health insurance policy holders are passionate about seeing change.  The rally was endorsed by OFA, […]