Spraying For West Nile Virus After 2nd Death In Dallas CountyA second person in Dallas County has died from the West Nile Virus. DCHHS officials say the victim was in his or her late 50s and had been previously diagnosed with West Nile Neuroinvasive Disease.
Poll: Half Of Americans Wary Of Travel To U.S. Zika ZonesA new poll on Americans' healthcare attitudes finds almost half are wary of traveling to places in the U.S. where people have been infected with the Zika virus by mosquitoes, such as parts of Florida.
Texas Doctors Prepare To Fight Potential Zika EpidemicMembers of the Texas Medical Association say doctors here in the state are preparing to fight a "potential Zika epidemic."
Texas Medicaid To Cover Mosquito Repellent Amid Zika FearsState health officials say Texas Medicaid will cover the cost of mosquito repellent for pregnant women amid concerns over the Zika virus.
Officials Consider Aerial West Nile Spraying In Dallas CountyThe threat of West Nile Virus is forcing some cities in North Texas to consider aerial spraying for the first time in years.
Number Of Confirmed Dallas County Zika Virus Cases GrowsToday Dallas County Health and Human Services (DCHHS) confirmed the 10th case of Zika virus in the county this year.
New Zika Virus Case Reported In GarlandThe health department says the patient was infected with the virus during recent travel to Central America.
Officials In Dallas County Report 7th Case Of Zika VirusDallas County Health and Human Services has confirmed the seventh case of Zika virus in the county so far this year. While the case has been sent off for review at the Texas Department of State Health Services, testing done at the DCHHS lab was positive.
Dallas Reports First Positive West Nile Sample Of YearSpraying begins Wednesday and Thursday between 9:00 p.m. and 5:00 a.m.
Exterminators Helping Fight ZikaMany homeowners don't want to wait for their city to spray their neighborhood.
Preparing for Zika: Blood Donors Face New ScreeningsFollowing FDA recommendations, blood banks now ask potential donors if they’ve traveled to countries where the virus is active—or had sexual contact with someone.
Mosquito Season Brings No Urgency For Money To Fight ZikaThe White House and Democrats are pressuring congressional Republicans to act on President Barack Obama's demands for money to combat Zika.