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Who Decides Fate For Terminally Ill Patients?

Lawmakers are planning to hear testimony on who decides the terminally ill patient’s fate when the family and doctors disagree.


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State Says Needs Of New Women’s Health Program Can Be Met

The Texas Health and Human Services Commission has signed up more than enough doctors to treat the poor women who depended on Planned Parenthood for family planning services and check-ups.


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Witten’s Slow Start May Involve A Cowboys’ Hidden Medical Truth

The medical clearance Witten was given for the Week 1 victory against the Giants came from a New York spleen specialist but only after Cowboys doctors fell short of fully clearing him.


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DPS Completing Launch Of Texas Online Rx Database

Pharmacists have been sending the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) information on your prescriptions since 1982 and now the information is going online. DPS has completed two of the three-phase online launch of the Texas Prescription Program.


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Opinion: A Doctor’s Opinion Of Obamacare

Good, hard-working Americans shouldn’t be forced to contemplate leaving their chosen profession as they are with federal laws such as Obamacare.


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Texas Docs Cut Back On Poor Patients

A Texas Medical Association study shows the number of Texas doctors willing to accept government-funded health insurance plans for the poor and elderly is dropping dramatically.


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Weight Loss Doctor Looks At Controversial Diet Pill

The FDA is taking a second look at a weight loss drug that had once been rejected. A local weight loss doctor explains why he is excited about the pill.


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Family Care Doctors Are In High Demand

The federal government awarded $9.1 million to medical students in 30 states and the District of Columbia. The recipients will serve as primary care doctors.


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Study Finds Doctors Not Always Honest With Patients

Trust your doctor? A survey finds that some doctors aren’t always completely honest with their patients.


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Half Of Texas Doctors May Quit Medicare If It’s Cut

A new survey finds that half of Texas physicians would consider dropping the Medicare program if Congress allows the planned deep cuts.


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Another Medical School Coming To Dallas

Texas A&M Health Science Center College of Medicine and Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas are forming a training program.


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Medical Executive Says Texas Needs 150,000 New Doctors

A medical executive predicts Texas will need up to 1 million more nurses and 150,000 additional doctors in the next 15 years.