Routine Cancer Screenings Still Haven't Returned To Pre-COVID LevelsRoutine cancer screenings plummeted during the height of the pandemic and still haven’t returned to pre-COVID levels.
Cook Children's Implores School District To Have Students Mask Up, Social Distance, Get VaccinatedCook Children's pediatric hospital in Fort Worth has once again sent a letter to North Texas Regional Schools including Fort Worth ISD advocating for COVID-19 safety.
'It's An Emotional Day': Fort Worth's Cook Children’s Administers First Doses Of COVID-19 Vaccine To 30 Frontline WorkersThursday's vaccination of frontline staff was considered a “soft launch” ahead of the full COVID-19 employee vaccination clinic, which is set to launch at 5 a.m. on Friday, Dec. 18.
Texas Sends Thousands Of Doctors, Nurses To Hospitals Across State Swelling With Coronavirus Patients"That's a critical need in Texas right now. We're seeing hospitals in various parts of the state, starting to see more and more COVID patients again."
After Working 8+ Months Straight Texas Doctor Pleads "Do The Basic Things" & Avoid COVID-19 InfectionThe picture captured just a fraction of the heartache experienced by medical staff and patients during the COVID-19 pandemic, now a Texas doctor is talking about the isolation of his elderly patients and asking, in fact pleading, with people to "do the basic things" to avoid infection.
Dire Warning From Dallas Hospital CEO: Coronavirus Second Surge Exhausting StaffFrustrated. Worried. And just about worn out. Those on the front lines of the Covid pandemic making urgent pleas for the community to take precautions.
North Texas Doctors Concerned About 'Twindemic' Getting Flu Shots To Teens In Underserved Communities"You can have the perfect vaccine for anything. The science can be 100% right. Doesn't matter if you don't reach the community," says Dr. Kavita Bhavan.
Garland ISD Launches 'Ask A Doctor' Weekly Webinar For Parents, Students During Pandemic“Now that we're back in school, what we're seeing is a lot of our students are having emotional issues of what is occurred over the past couple of months."
North Texas Mom Gives Birth To Baby 4 Years After Her Own Mother Gave Birth To Her First Baby“I gave birth to little Miss Zoey, which is our second child, but my first to carry in my belly,” said new mom, Kelley McKissack.
Doctors See 'Baby Boom' At Women’s Hospital In Fort WorthIn one day, 32 babies were delivered at Andrews Women’s Hospital at Baylor Scott & White All Saints Medical Center in Fort Worth. Boom!
Health Officials Worry Nation Not Ready For COVID-19 VaccineThe U.S. has committed more than $10 billion to develop new coronavirus vaccines but hasn't allocated money specifically for distributing and administering vaccines.
Siblings Turn Lemonade Profits Into Donations For Healthcare WorkersA brother and sister showed their appreciation for healthcare workers by donating earnings from their lemonade stand.
New York Gives Houston A Helping Hand During PandemicHouston is getting some help from New York in its efforts to increase coronavirus testing amid a spike in the number of local cases and hospitalizations.
Texas Medical Association Urges GOP To Delay State Convention In Houston Due To Coronavirus SurgeTexas health officials on Tuesday reported a daily state record of nearly 7,000 new confirmed coronavirus cases.
Methodist Charlton Medical Center Builds $71M Emergency Department In Southwest Dallas Methodist Health System announced plans to break ground on a major three-story addition to Methodist Charlton Medical Center.