30-Year-Old Worker Dies From North Texas HeatThe person died on July 7 when the high was 96 degrees at DFW Airport.
Back-To-School Immunizations Clinic In Dallas This WeekendThe free clinic will be held on the first floor of the main DCHHS building located at 2377 N Stemmons Freeway in Dallas.
Dallas County Reports First West Nile Virus Death Of The YearThe first West Nile virus death of 2018 has been reported by the Dallas County Health and Human Services.
Dallas County Reports First 2 Heat-Related Deaths Of YearThe 70-year-old and 63-year-old patients lived in Dallas.
Dallas County Offering Free Back-To-School VaccinationsSchool-aged children can get immunized for free at New Light Church’s Back-To-School Bash Saturday, July 28 from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Dallas County Reports First Human Case Of West Nile Virus In 2018Dallas County Health and Human Services said the patient lives in the 75061 zip code in Irving.
Free Mobile Flu Vaccination Clinics Extended In Dallas CountyWhile health experts have said the worst of the flu season appears to be behind us, no one is immune from getting it, especially those who have not yet gotten a flu shot.
6 More Flu-Related Deaths Reported In Dallas Co.; 49 Total This SeasonDallas County Health and Human Services has reported six additional flu-related deaths, bringing the total to 49 this season.
Dallas County Reports 2 More Flu-Related Deaths; Includes 17-Year-OldThe Dallas County Health and Human Services has reported two more flu-related deaths this season that includes a 17-year-old.
7 More Flu-Related Deaths Reported In Dallas Co.; 38 Total This SeasonThe Dallas County Health and Human Services has reported seven additional flu-related deaths, bringing the total to 38 this season.
Woman Accusing Former Dallas County Official Of Sexual Misconduct Shares Details Through AttorneyThe woman’s attorney said her client was coerced into having sex with former DCHHS Director Zach Thompson at work.
Dallas Area Churches & Gyms Aim To Curb The Spread Of FluPeople are being told to not shake hands with others or even just stay home altogether, in order to avoid spreading the flu even further throughout North Texas.