If you have a baby, you already know: the nationwide shortage of infant formula is going to get worse before it gets better. Over half of baby formula supplies are currently sold out in six states, including Texas. Between a key factory shutting down and supply chain issues, the shortages will continue for the immediate future.

What Are The Formula Limits?

KWTX is reporting that over the weekend, a local drugstore chain confirmed it is limiting customers to three toddler and infant formulas per transaction. CVS has released a statement saying they are working with vendors.

Target said it has limited baby formula purchases to four units per customer for online sales. Customer posts on social media indicate Walmart is doing the same thing, but there has been no official confirmation from the store itself. According to the Eat This! Not That website, Walmart is also pulling store brand Parent's Choice baby wipes off their shelves.

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Where Can I Get Formula?

HEB in Killeen is taking returns and giving out gift cards to get formula, according to multiple social media responses.

Facebook has a lot of people offering to share excess supplies, and posting information about local stores that have any formula in stock. For most babies, it is OK to switch to any available formula, including store brands, unless your baby is on a specific diet.

Responses From Formula Brands

Enfamil had this response on Twitter regarding formula shortages, and what parents can do in the meantime until supplies return to normal:

Healthychildren.org suggests that if you can afford it, buy formula online until store shortages improve. Don't purchase formula from any foreign sites, since imported formula is not FDA-reviewed.

Texas in Top 10 Best States to Work from Home in America

How many people do you know that work from home? Since the pandemic, the number of employers with remote jobs has risen steadily.

WalletHub used 12 factors to compare 50 states and the District of Columbia, including the percentage of people working from home, internet cost, cybersecurity, plus size and population concentration of homes in the state.

Let's take a look at the states that are the best for remote work, and where Texas sits on the list nationwide.

Did You Know Texas Is One of the Top 10 Haunted States in the Nation?

Two years ago, the Lone Star State was named the most haunted state in America, according to Forbes magazine.

Texas has moved down on the list from movebuddha.com, but we're still in the top 10.

Don't be scared...scroll onward to see which state currently holds the #1 spot for most haunted in the nation.

The Top 10 Worst Places to Live in Texas

While it's always a good idea to know about areas with the lowest crime rates and best recreational opportunities when you are looking for a place to live, it’s also important to know which places to avoid. Even if you move to a neighborhood with a low crime rate, you could also be close to less safe communities.

Here are the top 10 worst places to live in Texas according to moneyinc.com.

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