Smartphone Health: Apple Releases Software For Medical AppsApple is edging its way a little further into health care with the release of new iPhone apps that patients can use to manage their own medical conditions — from diabetes to pregnancy and even depression.
Significant Premium Hikes Expected Under Obama Health LawInsurers say the law's coverage has been a financial drain for many of them, and they're setting the stage for hikes that in some cases could reach well into the double digits.
Pilgrims Pride Recalls 4 Million Pounds Of Cooked Chicken ProductsPilgrim's Pride is recalling more than 4 million pounds of its cooked chicken products.
New Treatment For Enlarged Prostate Available In North TexasMen looking for relief from the annoying, uncomfortable and inconvenient symptoms of an enlarged prostate now have new hope: it’s a stunningly simple treatment using sterilized water, turned to steam.
Jordan Spieth Meltdown Proves Stress Doesn't DiscriminateA 12th hole collapse on Sunday ended all chances of Jordan Spieth winning the Masters and claiming another green jacket.
Reser's Fine Foods, Inc. Recalls Refrigerated SaladReser's Fine Foods, Inc. Recalls Refrigerated Salads Because of Possible Health Risk Due to Onion Supplier Recall
White House To Transfer Ebola Funds To Fight Zika VirusCongressional officials say the Obama administration is about to announce it will transfer leftover money from the largely successful fight against Ebola to combat the growing threat of the Zika virus.
Looking For Calorie Labels On Menus? Not Until 2017Wondering how many calories are in that hamburger? Chain restaurants still don't have to tell you, despite a 6-year-old law requiring calorie labels on menus.
President Obama's Health Law Birth Control Plan Returns To Supreme CourtThe Supreme Court is taking up a challenge from faith-based groups that object to an Obama administration effort to ensure their employees and students can get cost-free birth control.
NFL Admits Link Between Football, Brain Disease An NFL official has acknowledged a link between football and the brain disease CTE for the first time.
Long A Niche, Street Medicine For Homeless Heads MainstreamThey're house calls without the house. North Texas healthcare workers are among those practicing "street medicine," a tiny health care niche that advocates predict will become more mainstream as hospitals and health care systems seek to cut costs.
Nat'l Institutes Of Health Taking 1st Steps In Precision Medicine ProjectThe Obama administration is moving ahead with a major project to learn how to better tailor treatments and preventive care to people's genes, environment and lifestyle.

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