Texas Department of State Health Services
A fourteenth person in Dallas County has died from West Nile Virus related health issues.
The Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) has granted Dallas County’s request for aid in its fight against the spread of the West Nile Virus.
Whooping cough seems to be making a comeback in several states, including Texas.
Newborns in Texas will soon be screened for another potentially fatal disease. The condition is called Severe Combined Immunodeficiency or SCID.
At least three Texans have fallen ill in a multi-state outbreak of salmonella poisoning. More than 90 people so far, in 19 states, have gotten sick, including ten that had to be hospitalized.
Signs bearing a skull and crossbones dot the banks of a reservoir and canal near this town on the U.S.-Mexico border, but the fishermen standing in the reeds nearby ignore them, casually reeling in fish that are contaminated with toxic chemicals and banned for human consumption.
Some pregnant women avert their eyes. Others shed tears or simply tune out the abortion doctors as they describe the fetus and offer them a chance to hear the heartbeat and view the image.
ENNIS (CBSDFW.COM) – The long tuberculosis scare in Ennis appears to be winding down. Ennis High School students who were kept out of class because of an either suspect or active diagnosis of tuberculosis are […]
The test results are in for about 270 kids and teachers at Denton High School who were tested for tuberculosis.
A Denton High School student who recently moved from Ennis has been hospitalized following complications that could be connected to Tuberculosis.
Parents in Ennis received a crash course in tuberculosis as state health officials tried to ease concerns about the spread of the disease Wednesday.
A state-ordered retesting of Ennis High School students for Tuberculosis has parents concerned the tests aren’t going far enough.