Together Again: Dallas Couple Placed On Ventilators Survive COVID-19A Dallas couple was reunited after both spending time in the ICU at Texas Health Dallas when they tested positive for the coronavirus  just days apart.
Governor Abbott Temporarily Waives Certain Testing Requirements For Advanced Practice Registered NursesGovernor Greg Abbott has waived certain testing requirements for Advance Practice Registered Nurses (APRN) as part of the state's response to COVID-19.
Coronavirus: Moms Allowed 1 Visitor During Labor/Delivery At Texas HospitalsTwo major North Texas hospitals are allowing expectant mothers one visitor during labor and delivery, despite internet rumors that due to coronavirus concerns, women will give birth "alone."
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.
Flu Case Numbers On The Rise In North Texas, Not Slowing Down Anytime SoonFlu cases are on the rise in North Texas, and the worst is yet to come.
Worst Of Flu Season Yet To Come; Experts Push For Public To Get Vaccinated NowThe return to cold weather has some North Texans hurrying to get their flu shots, and local health experts say that's a great thing because the upcoming holidays spread a lot more than love.
MedStar Crews Responding To More Cases Of The Flu In North TexasAs the end of the year gets closer, MedStar crews are treating more and more patients suffering from flu-like symptoms.
Frisco Doctor Uchenna Aduba Suspended After Allegedly Stalking, Harassing Underaged GirlThe Texas Medical Board has temporarily suspended the medical license of Uchenna Aduba, after determining his practice of medicine poses a "continuing threat to public welfare."
Got Allergies? North Texas Doctor Tells Patients To Be Proactive This SummerFall allergens don't care that the weather is still stifling hot, the ragweed is arriving already — and so are the symptoms.
Spreading A Message Of Hope, Child Living With Sickle Cell Anemia Shares Her StoryAt only 10-years-old, Khadence Matthews wants to spread a message of hope for those like her, people living with sickle cell anemia. 
Patients Turning Away From Family Doctors And To TelemedicineConvenience rules in health care now, where patients can use technology or growing options like walk-in clinics and urgent care centers to get help whenever they need it.