Floodwater is easily contaminated with sewage, oil and chemicals after hurricanes.
In a total coincidence, the same Houston hospital saw a patient with a flesh-eating infection, then published a paper about how it kills.
The free services will be provided at clinics across Texas until the end of September.
The building's lease is set to expire in 2020.
Just hours earlier, Trump had answered a question on climate change by downplaying the strength of both Irma and Harvey.
Photos shared on Twitter and NASA's website show damage to the Johnson Space Center and Kennedy Space Center.
Aerial spraying of insecticides should help to kill the bugs, but officials caution residents to stay inside during spraying.
"There were some lessons to be learned from Katrina."
Osteen teaches that wealth is a sign of God's favor. He's found a willing advocate in Trump.
While some hurricane victims in Barbuda have welcomed Venezuela's aid, the South American country is also dealing with climate-related issues that still require the Maduro administration's attention.
A spokesperson for the National Security Council says the U.S. government is coordinating closely with Mexican authorities, adding, "We will continue to monitor the situation and take all appropriate steps." But no specifics were provided on what those steps may be.
"This is a terrible thing that happened, but we're going to find the good in it and come back stronger," Refugio High School football coach Jason Herring told his team.
The jihadist group's followers seek to take advantage of the destruction across Texas.
Storm makes landfall on U.S. Virigin Islands and Puerto Rico Wednesday as Florida Keys evacuation order takes effect.
Climate change will make storms in general more severe, but scientists won't blame individual storms on it.
The storm has strengthened to a category 4 hurricane and could reach the southeast coast of the United States by the weekend.
The question of how to pay for hurricane recovery is consuming Washington after Texas Governor Greg Abbott on Sunday increased his damage estimate to between $150 billion and $180 billion.
The Associated Press' retorted that the EPA was not on site at toxic chemical dumps around Houston, Texas.
Some figures on the right believe the adverse weather was the fault of the LGBT community.