DCHHS Offers Free Flu Vaccine Starting WednesdayDCHHS Medical Director Dr. Christopher Perkins encourages everyone to get the flu vaccine once a year.
Take Steps To Stop The West Nile VirusLess rain over the last month has not stopped the West Nile Virus from spreading.
Dallas County Reports Third Human Case of West Nile VirusThe resident lives in the 75214 zip code in Dallas and was diagnosed with West Nile Neuroinvasive Disease.
Dallas County Officials Report First 2015 Case Of Human West NileOfficials with Dallas County Health and Human Services (DCHHS) has confirmed that someone has contracted the West Nile Virus.
Dallas County Working To Control Mosquito PopulationDCHHS purchased more than 10,000 mosquito dunks and issued the supply to cities throughout Dallas County.
Mosquito Season Begins In Dallas CountyDallas County Health and Human Services started urging residents on Monday to take the necessary precautions in order to avoid exposure to mosquitoes this year.
Site Allows Users To Track Ebola Monitoring In Dallas CountyDallas County Health & Human Services has launched a website which allows users to track the number of individuals currently being monitored for Ebola county-wide.
Liberia Officials To Prosecute Ebola Infected Man For Lying On Health FormLiberia officials say they will prosecute man who brought Ebola to US for lying on health form.
Third Human Case Of West Nile Reported In Dallas CountyThe Dallas County Health department has confirmed it's third human case of West Nile virus this season.
First Two Human Cases Of West Nile Confirmed In Dallas CountyDallas County Health and Human Services has confirmed the first two human cases of West Nile virus infection for the 2014 season. The two residents were diagnosed with West Nile fever.
DCHHS Offering Back-To-School Immunizations NowYou don't have to wait to get your kids immunized for the upcoming school year, and Dallas County Health and Human Services is hoping that you won't.
Flu May Not Peak Until Late FebruaryThe flu virus continues to be deadly across the DFW area, and now local health officials are concerned that the height of the epidemic has not even hit North Texas yet.