Health Officials Say Romaine Lettuce E. Coli Outbreak Is OverAfter nearly three months, federal health officials have declared that it's safe to eat romaine lettuce again.
After Beating Disease Many Cancer Survivors Then Battle Financial HardshipsCancer survivors often face another harrowing battle – a fight for their financial lives.
Healthcare As Close As Your Smartphone... And QuickChildren's Health developed an app that allows patients access to healthcare from anywhere. Initially tested with staff, the app is now available to the community.
First Time In 30 Years Flu 'B' Strain Is The Dominant OneDoctors say the flu vaccine isn’t as effective for flu B as flu A. And because children have been less exposed to the B strain, it can be more dangerous for them.
Youngest Person To Die From Vaping-Related Lung Injury, 15, Was From North TexasNew numbers out this week show 236 lung injury cases in Texas. More than half of those, 127, are from North Texas.
Giving Birth In America Now Costs More Than A Woman Earns In A MonthThe cost of giving birth in America has skyrocketed in recent years — even for women with employer health insurance.
More Texans Surviving, As US Cancer Death Rate Sees Biggest Drop EverA new report shows the cancer death rate in the U.S. had it's largest single-year decline -- falling 2.2 percent -- from 2016 to 2017.
Employees Staying Fit Saves Taxpayers Millions In Fort Worth, City Manager SaysCity Manager David Cooke said there are about 12,000 employees, retirees and dependents enrolled in the city’s healthcare program.
Dallas County Reports 5th Flu-Related Death This SeasonThe victim was 85 years old and lived in Cedar Hill.
Woman Between 30-35 Becomes Texas' 3rd Vaping-Related DeathOn New Year's Eve the national outbreak of vaping-related illnesses touched North Texas when a teen died in Dallas, now another death is being reported farther south.
'At Home' Allergy Shots A New Option For Some Dealing With Sniffling, Sneezing, MiseryNot every allergy patient is a candidate for the at-home immunotherapy, but Dr. Margaret Holland says she likes what she's seeing.
School Districts Look To Combat Spread Of Flu As Kids Head Back To ClassSchool districts are urging parents to get their children a flu shot if they haven't already, and to sanitize their children's backpacks and send them off with hand sanitizer.
FDA Banning Flavored E-Cigarette Pods In Effort To Stop Product From Enticing TeensIn an effort to keep teens and young adults from getting hurt, the FDA is banning flavored pods, but not the tobacco and menthol flavors or refillable e-liquids.
Hospital Parking Prices, Health Cares Controversial CostThe family said their son received amazing care at Medical City Children's Hospital in Dallas. The problem was the parking.
Think Small When Starting 'Getting In Shape' ResolutionsEach year about 40% of Americans set resolutions with diet and exercise topping the list.