After a 2021 report showed dangerous levels of metals in baby food, the FDA started its "Closer to Zero" initiative, a push to reduce...
The recall affects packages of diced yellow onions, red onions, celery and other pre-packaged chopped vegetables.
After seeing Leiker's paintings, you'd never guess exactly how she does it.
Lubbock is now the fourth, and largest, county to pass the ordinance.
Sunday, Oct. 22, Dr. Kerry-Ann Zamore will speak at ‘Pink & Purple Tea.’ The event raises awareness and encourages breast cancer and domestic violence...
Medicare open enrollment began Oct. 15.
Amazon has been growing its presence in health care for a few years now.
It was the coincidence of a lifetime as an Austin doctor and Round Rock mom reunited more than 20 years later.
TX 400, a nonprofit made up of Texas physicians, is working to promote patient safety and wants to represent lives like Jenifer Cleveland.
Ban on COVID vaccine mandates by private businesses, including health care facilities, passes Texas Senate
The bill offers no exceptions for doctors’ offices, clinics or other health facilities, but allows them to require unvaccinated workers to wear protective gear.
Cancer is the second leading cause of death among women in the United States, and breast cancer is the second most common cancer in...
McKenna Kelley says her mom, who lives in Houston, has a very rare form of pneumonia and is not able to breathe on her...
The outbreaks are the first reported among U.S. commercial flocks since April, and raise concerns that more outbreaks could follow.
Nonprofit distributed over $100,000 worth of free overdose reversal medication during ACL Fest Weekend 1
This Must Be The Place, an overdose prevention nonprofit, said it handed out just over 3,000 doses of Kloxxado during Weekend 1 of the...
"If you're choosing to use drugs that are not prescribed by your doctor, you're running the risk that you can die, it's like Russian...
Botanical Sciences, a medical cannabis provider, announced this week it would be able to dispense its products at independent, licensed pharmacies in the state.
Customers may need a dose of patience at U.S. pharmacy counters as those businesses start their busiest season.
Some 75,000 employees of the healthcare company walked off Wednesday as part of a three-day strike.
As for your old card — if you still have it — it’s still valid as proof of vaccination.
The strike could lead to delays in getting appointments and non-urgent procedures being rescheduled.