Americans Were Advised To Stay At Home For The Holiday, But 1 Million+ Traveled By Plane AnywayDespite the COVID-19 warnings, the Thanksgiving holiday was once again a very busy travel time -- with more than 1 million Americans making their way to airports to get to their destinations.
A 1st Of Its Kind - New Blood Test That May Predict Alzheimer's Goes On SaleSome are calling it a medical breakthrough, others still have questions... regardless, a new blood test that claims to detect brain plaque and help diagnose Alzheimer’s disease is now for sale on the commercial market.
Moderna Asking FDA To Approve COVID-19 Vaccine After Trial "Already Saved Lives"Moderna Inc. said it would ask U.S. and European regulators Monday to allow emergency use of its COVID-19 vaccine.
USDA Issues Public Health Alerts For Certain Beef Stock, Samosas, TamalesThe United States Department of Agriculture Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) has issued public health alerts for four food products this month as potential hazards.
Some College Campuses Encouraging Student COVID-19 Tests Before Holiday BreakSchools across the U.S. are working fast to increase COVID-19 testing as college students prepare to go home for the holidays. The effort is in hopes of keeping infections from spreading further as the virus surges across the country.
Texas Nurses Association Training On How To Store And Deploy COVID-19 VaccineAs drugmakers seek federal approval, the Texas Nurses Association says they're training on how to deploy the COVID-19 vaccine and the equipment needed to store it.
With COVID-19 Cases Spiking, Fort Worth And Tarrant County Issue 'Urgent Stay-At-Home Requests'The City of Fort Worth and Tarrant County have issued formal requests asking residents to stay at home and drastically limit social interactions to help combat the record-breaking surge in COVID-19 cases.
Pfizer Asks U.S. Regulators To Approve Emergency Use Of Its COVID-19 VaccinePfizer said Friday it is asking U.S. regulators to allow emergency use of its COVID-19 vaccine.
Texas Among States Preparing To Distribute COVID-19 Vaccines -- When They're ReadyThe Texas Department of State Health Services says more than 3,000 providers have signed up to receive and administer COVID vaccines.
FDA Approves At-Home Rapid Coronavirus Test For Emergency UseU.S. regulators are now allowing emergency use of the first rapid coronavirus test that can be performed entirely at home.
Hospital Systems Across Texas Strained As Positive COVID-19 Cases Soar To New LevelsTexas health officials reported 7,841 COVID-19 patients were hospitalized on Tuesday, 373 more than on Monday, the most since early August and about double the hospitalizations of a month ago.
Arlington Teacher Resigns After She Says School COVID-19 In-Person Teaching Policy Left Her No ChoiceA teacher in the Arlington Independent School District says she had no choice but to resign out of concern over the coronavirus and the health of her family.
With Surge In Coronavirus Cases Dallas Judge Clay Jenkins Urges Residents To 'Stop In-Home Gatherings, Trips To Restaurants & Bars'On November 16 Dallas County Health and Human Services reported 1,831 new positive cases of COVID-19 and one additional death.
As COVID-19 Cases Surge In Texas Walmart Begins Counting Customers Again, Limiting CapacityWalmart is again counting the number of customers at its stores as Texas leads the nation in the number of coronavirus cases -- at more than 1 million -- and the U.S. continues to hit daily highs.
Coronavirus Vaccine By Biotech Company Moderna Tests As 94.5% Effective In U.S. TrialModerna said Monday its shots provide strong protection and appears to be 94.5% effective, according to preliminary data from the company’s still ongoing study.