Under The Covers: Sleep Technology ExplodesPillows that track your snoozing patterns? A bed that adjusts based on how much you twist and turn? Companies are adding more technology into their products, hoping to lure customers craving a better night's sleep.
Blood Test Can Show If You're Protected From MumpsThe recent outbreak of mumps has public health officials reminding everyone of the importance of vaccinations, but they say even if you've had your shot, you could still be under-vaccinated.
Strength In Numbers: Families Shed Excess Pounds TogetherSometimes the best workout partner is someone from your own family, according to experts.
Zika Has Dallas Getting Early Start On Mosquito PlanThe city’s public education campaign will begin in March. Typically, the city waits until May when mosquito trapping and testing begins.
Dozens Attend Zika Forum In RichardsonInfectious disease specialists and OB-GYNs spoke to a group of 60 about the latest news and precautions.
Norovirus Outbreak Reaches Celina ISDThe district says the elementary campus has been hit especially hard.
Massive Free Medical Clinic for Underserved Returning To DallasA one-day, free health clinic will be held Saturday, April 9, in Dallas to provide much-needed care to people with limited or no access to health care.
Fish Consumption Advisory For Lake ComoPeople can still fish in the area, though they should not consume common carp.
CDC Emergency Ops Center Moves To Highest Level Of Activation For Zika ResponseThe agency said there's a need for "accelerated preparedness to bring together experts to focus intently and work efficiently in anticipation of local Zika virus transmission by mosquitoes in the Continental U.S."
Four More Possible Zika Virus Cases Suspected In North TexasAccording to Dallas County Health and Human Services, the four possible cases are travelers who recently visited impacted areas.
DCHHS Reports Second Zika Virus Case In Dallas County The patient recently traveled to Venezuela and was diagnosed with the virus upon returning to Dallas County.
Medical Technology Giving Heart Patients Gift Of TimeDoctors say the LVAD doesn't replace the heart but, it does help the left ventricle function more effectively: proving life-saving and life changing for patients.