The May 27 episode of The Houston Breakdown tackles a couple of important health care issues, including maternal mortality rates and the national baby formula shortage. Plus, listen for an update on Houston’s redistricting efforts and ways to honor Memorial Day across the metro.
Experts offer tips for parents amid nationwide baby formula shortage
Over the past few weeks it’s been national news that there’s a shortage of baby formula in the United States, and it’s hitting home in Texas as well. Hannah Zedaker, one of Community Impact’s editors, spoke to local sources about how parents of young children can navigate the shortage, which officials say could persist for another month or more.
Also on this episode...
The city just came off the heels of a series of town halls in each district to gather resident feedback on the redistricting process; Houston Methodist West Hospital broke ground on a $65 million medical office building this month; Dierker’s Champs is building new fields to be game-ready for the 2023 season; and more.