COVID-19 Vaccine Expected By End Of The Year - But Not For EveryoneA COVID-19 vaccine could be available by November, but not for everyone, said CDC director Robert Redfield while testifying in front of a U.S. Senate subcommittee.
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.
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.
Texas Heath Agency Investigating Severe Lung Disease Among E-Cigarette UsersThe Texas Department of State Health Services said it was first notified of possible cases last week following similar reports in youth and young adults in other states.
June Is Alzheimer's And Brain Awareness MonthThere are 5.8 million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s, and nearly 14 million will have the disease by 2050.
Health Officials Confirm Traveler With Measles Passed Through DFW AirportA traveler who passed through DFW Airport last week tested positive for measles, health officials in Tarrant County confirmed.