Mosquito Season Returns With Zika ConcernsIt’s important to wear insect repellent and use screens on doors and windows to protect yourself and your loved ones from the Zika virus.
Gov. Abbott Wants Mental Health Program To ID Potentially Violent Students Across StateIn the hours after the Santa Fe High School shooting, Gov. Greg Abbott touted the potential of a little-known mental health screening program in West Texas that identifies potentially violent students.
Dozens Of Pediatricians Losing Jobs As Children's Health Clinics Change ManagementFamilies all over North Texas are learning they're about to lose their trusted family doctors. Dozens of pediatricians are losing their jobs as Children's Health gives up management of most of its clinics -- with two of them set to close.
FDA Warns Teething Medicines Unsafe, Wants Them Off ShelvesFederal health officials warned parents Wednesday about the dangers of teething remedies that contain a popular numbing ingredient.
Facial Exercises May Reduce Signs of AgingA recent Northwestern University study found that a middle-aged woman looked up to three years younger after doing these exercise for a few months.
Are We Growing Numb To The Opioid Epidemic?"Addiction Solution" author Lloyd I. Sederer, MD, asks if we're growing desensitized to the opioid epidemic.
Study Says An Egg A Day Might Reduce Heart Disease RiskDaily egg eaters had an 18 percent lower risk of dying from cardiovascular disease, according to the research published Monday in a medical heart health journal.
U.S. Approves 1st Drug Developed To Prevent Chronic MigrainesThe monthly shot Aimovig is the first in a new class of long-acting drugs for preventing migraines.
FDA Approves 1st Nonopioid Drug To Ease Withdrawal SymptomsFederal regulators have approved the first non-opioid treatment to ease withdrawal symptoms from quitting addictive opioids.
Study Finds More Parents Smoking Marijuana Around ChildrenAccording to researchers from Columbia University, the number of cigarette-smoking parents who said that they used marijuana increased from 11 percent in 2002 to over 17 percent in 2015.
Prescription Drug Dispensing Errors Kill Thousands Per Year In U.S.The CBS 11 I-Team has learned that there are more than 2.3 million prescription drug dispensing errors made every year in pharmacies across the United States.
Allergy Sufferers Turning To Drop Under The Tongue For ReliefAllergy drops are not FDA approved but allergists can prescribe them "off-label." That means they're not covered by insurance.