With the recent drastic temperature changes many North Texans may be starting to feel under the weather. But did you ever wish you knew what illnesses were going around your neck of the woods before they got to you?
More children are coming down with whooping cough in Tarrant County, just as warnings are going out to get vaccinated against the bacteria.
Routine warnings to get a flu vaccine have a new sense of urgency in the wake of the government shutdown. The Centers for Disease control is no longer monitoring the spread of influenza and other infectious diseases.
Just last week CBS 11 News learned that officials in Tarrant County adopted a new policy where they don’t notify the media about confirmed human cases of the West Nile virus. They only relay information when a death occurs — and one has.
A North Texas community is on alert as the measles outbreak grows. The total number of verified cases is now up to 11 in Tarrant County. And as CBS 11 News reported first Monday night, all the cases can be tied to one man.
State health officials are so concerned about the recent cases of a contagious disease that a statewide measles alert has been issued.
Federal health authorities say more than 275 people in seven states, including Texas, have now been sickened with an unidentified stomach bug.
The number of North Texans sick with cyclospora, a rare infection spread through raw fruits and vegetables, is growing.
A food-borne illness is making its way across the state and health workers aren’t sure exactly where the contamination is originating.
It’s an issue that plagues many parents. What to do with your sick child when you have to be at work?
A program that helps children during difficult situations is spreading a long way from Fort Worth. The Child Life Program at Cook Children’s Medical Center is now helping children in Romania.
The owner and director of the specialty pharmacy tied to a deadly meningitis outbreak declined to testify Wednesday morning before a congressional committee investigating the matter.