Dallas County Reports Second Human Case Of West Nile VirusThe patient is a resident of the 75214 zip code in Dallas.
Study Finds Binge Drinking Down Among College StudentsAn ongoing study started in 1999 has revealed that binge drinking among college students is finally going down. However, young adults who are not enrolled in college are binge drinking more.
In U.S. First, Scientists Edit Human Embryo GenesFor the first time in the United States, scientists have edited the genes of human embryos, a controversial step toward perhaps one day being able to help babies avoid inherited diseases.
Study Finds E-Cigarette Users More Likely To Kick HabitPeople who use e-cigarettes are more likely to kick the habit than those who do not, a new study found. The research is the largest look yet at e-cigarette users, and found that e-cigarettes play a role in helping people quit.
Bill Further Limiting Abortion Providers Clears Texas SenateCities and counties within Texas would not be allowed to partner with abortion providers such as Planned Parenthood under a bill that was approved by the Republican-controlled state Senate.
Senate Rejects Proposal For 'Obamacare' RepealSeven Republicans joined all Democrats Wednesday in a 45-55 vote defeating the plan.
U.S. Salmonella Outbreak Linked To Papayas From Mexico; 1 DeadU.S. health officials are investigating a salmonella outbreak linked to papayas from Mexico that has killed one person in New York and sickened nearly 50 others in a dozen states.
Study: 99 Percent Of Deceased NFL Players Had Brain DamageThe Cerebrum Center has treated retired NFL players, and even current players for brain injuries.
Report Finds Brain Disease In Most Football PlayersResearch on 202 former football players found evidence of brain disease in nearly all of them, including athletes in the NFL, college football and even high school sports. It's the largest update regarding CTE.
Salmonella Outbreak Alert Includes TexasThe CDC says 47 people reported getting sick after eating yellow Maradol papayas. Twelve of those people were hospitalized, one died.
Salvation Army Opens Cooling Stations Across MetroplexAs our weekend temperatures inch higher some relief can be found across North Texas thanks to the Salvation Army.
Texas Panel Suspends License Of Man Accused In Opioid DeathsA state panel has suspended the medical license of a Texas doctor who federal authorities say wrote unnecessary prescriptions for powerful drugs that contributed to the overdose deaths of at least seven people.