Klebsiella pneumoniae, an antibiotic resistant superbug, is unusually common among people in Houston. Healthy people usually do not get Klebsiella infections.
Houston, and Texas, are the No. 1 destinations for refugees seeking haven in the U.S., with Houston being a resettlement magnet.
One out of every one hundred adults treated at four Houston emergency rooms and two inner-city clinics were shown to be HIV-positive, with the subjects being unaware of their condition.
A larger proportion of the Houston metro area population was foreign born than for Texas as a whole.
Houston is a sanctuary city, but the recent Texas law may put an end to that practice.
Before Obamacare, almost one in four Texans had no medical insurance, at the time the highest rate in the nation.
Texas allows parents to opt out of vaccines for their children based on personal beliefs regardless of the massive amount of evidence that vaccines do not cause autism.
In 2016, 17% of the U.S. workforce was foreign-born.