Just in case there was any confusion

Today’s selection comes from the “Prevention and Preparedness” program listing on the website of the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS). In case you’re wondering, the agency abbreviation is really pronounced “Dishes.”


To mount an effective response to biological or chemical terrorism, Texans should be informed and educated about how such weapons can be used and what illnesses will occur as a result. This is NOT a “how-to” site, but a health educational site.