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09.21.2016
Texas Medicaid now covers certain mosquito repellent products as a Medicaid benefit for the prevention of Zika virus. Zika can cause severe birth defects in unborn children whose mothers are infected while pregnant. Because there is not a vaccine to prevent the disease or medicine to treat it, it is important for women to use repellent to protect themselves and unborn babies.
08.19.2016
AUSTIN – Eligible Texas women on Medicaid can go straight to their pharmacist to pick up mosquito repellent, Health and Human Services Executive Commissioner Charles Smith announced today. Texas Medicaid has issued a standing order for mosquito repellent prescriptions for women who are between the ages of 10 and 45 or pregnant.
04.19.2016
HOUSTON (Monday, February 28, 2016) – The Texas Children’s Health Plan (TCHP) Family Section will once again offer discounted pricing for families attending Houston Dynamo matches at BBVA Compass Stadium in 2016, the club and TCHP announced today.