In September 2020, 33-year-old Wade Cannon was diagnosed with stage four colon cancer, and his diagnosis likely saved the lives of two others in...
The deal means there won't be an interruption in coverage for people who are insured by Blue Cross.
The Institute for Translational Research at the University of North Texas Health Science Center in Fort Worth was awarded $148.78 million.
This year, anybody 65 or older is being encouraged to get a special kind of flu vaccine for extra protection.
With flu season approaching and kids back in the classroom this fall, health experts at St. David's Healthcare are recommending children are updated on...
The recall includes cheeses sold by two dozen different brands.
Floodwaters might not immediately look dangerous, but they can put you at risk of injuries, diseases and exposure to hazardous materials.
The rare decrease in monthly premiums will likely be coupled with a historically high bump to social security benefits to keep up with cost-of-living...
The website includes a massive list of free therapy organizations, various crisis helplines and places to find substance abuse help.
An abortion to save the life of a pregnant patient is “not an abortion,” according to Texas’s junior senator.
A new study suggests night owls are at higher risk of developing Type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease.
The U.S. has ordered 171 million doses of the new boosters for the fall.
The governor said fentanyl poses a "grave threat to Texans."
Dombek said he considers himself unbreakable. It's been his motto since he was diagnosed with leukemia and multiple myeloma in 2015.
The Republican incumbent wants to expand medical marijuana while his opponent thinks weed should also be legal for recreational use.
Dr. Raynaldo Rivera Ortiz Jr. faces federal charges in the death of a fellow Baylor Scott & White Surgicare North Dallas doctor
President Joe Biden is urging Americans to come together for a new “national purpose” — his administration’s effort to end cancer “as we know...
Dallas County, Tarrant County, Denton County and Collin County are all seeing a decrease in COVID-19 hospitalizations in early September.