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State Leaders Working To Make Sure Communities Have Resources To Respond To Coronavirus"The Lone Star State will remain vigilant to protect the health and safety of all Texans," Governor Greg Abbott said Monday.
Results Negative For Baylor Student Tested For CoronavirusTests results were negative for a Baylor student suspected of having Novel Coronavirus, according to the Waco-McLennan County Public Health District. 
4 People In Texas Tested For Coronavirus, Including Students At Baylor & Texas A&M UniversitiesResults for one of the people have come back negative according to the state, but results for three others are still pending.
Baylor Student Being Tested For Possible Case Of Novel Coronavirus; Moved To Isolated Room On CampusBaylor moved the student to an isolated room on campus as a precaution. The student is being monitored by state and local health officials.
3 More Flu-Related Deaths Reported Brings Dallas County Total To 14The patients were 37, 62, and 77 years old and each one had underlying medical conditions. 
Dallas-Fort Worth Area Hospitals Now Screening Patients For Possible Contact With CoronavirusHealthcare providers in DFW are keeping a close eye on the situation, especially with the first suspected case in Texas down in College Station.
Health Officials Investigating Suspected Case Of 2019 Novel Coronavirus In TexasHealth officials in Brazos County are investigating a suspected case of 2019 Novel Coronavirus, the county's health department announced Thursday.
Up To $350M In Texas Women's Health Funds Restored By Trump AdministrationTexas can receive the money over the next five years while still excluding Planned Parenthood from a state program called Healthy Texas Women.
Dry January - Cutting Alcohol For 30 Days Can Improve Overall HealthIf you didn't hop onto the Dry January band-wagon, that's ok! You can do it any month and it can have a myriad of health benefits.
5 US Airports Screening International Passengers For Deadly Coronavirus, DFW Airport Not Among ThemThe CDC announced added screenings for the illness at airports in Chicago and Atlanta along with San Francisco, Los Angeles and New York.
Health Officials Say Romaine Lettuce E. Coli Outbreak Is OverAfter nearly three months, federal health officials have declared that it's safe to eat romaine lettuce again.
After Beating Disease Many Cancer Survivors Then Battle Financial HardshipsCancer survivors often face another harrowing battle – a fight for their financial lives.