Healthcare As Close As Your Smartphone... And QuickChildren's Health developed an app that allows patients access to healthcare from anywhere. Initially tested with staff, the app is now available to the community.
With Increasing Flu Cases, Virtual Doctors Are Now Available Through AppHospitals and urgent care clinics are packed with sick patients right now. But, families can avoid the long wait times, by seeing a doctor right on their phone.
Children's Medical Center Relocates 28 Patients After Tests Find MoldChildren's Medical Center Dallas last week relocated 28 patients after routine air tests showed higher-than-normal levels of Aspergillus and Penicillium molds in their cardiac intensive care unit.
Children Can Now Get Ear Tubes Put In At The Doctor's Office Some parents will no longer have to take their child to the hospital to have tubes put in their ears. 
North Texas Children's Hospitals Seeing Influx Of Patients This Week, Resulting In Longer WaitsEmergency room doctors say before coming to the ER, depending on the severity of your child’s case, you might want to call their pediatrician first or visit an urgent care clinic.
Frisco ISD's 'Brain Break' Program Expands Following Positive ReviewsFor 10 to 15 minutes at a time, students can step away from their work and play.
Vaccination Vans Coming To DISD SchoolsFor the fourth straight year, the Caring Foundation of Texas is working with Dallas ISD to offer free vaccinations at area schools.
Personal Loss Leads North Texas Woman To Launch Nursing CareerNurse Kim Arnold started her first nursing class a month after her son died.
Cardiologist: A Common Misconception May Be Putting Kids At RiskThe Centers for Disease Control says one in 15 children suffer from high cholesterol in United States.
Assessment Test Stressing Texas Students - 'It's Okay For Your Child To Be Anxious'Some students in North Texas are getting ready for the State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR) test and experts say that can be stressful.
Family Of Near Drowning Survivor Shares Story And Warning"I hear 'Mom!' and that's when I just freaked!" says Stephanie Reese of DeSoto. The mother of four says she and her husband are often teased for being over-protective parents.