Former Dallas Cowboy Jay Novacek, Wife Advocate For Medical Marijuana Law: 'We Want To Save Our Son's Life'More than one million Texans could be eligible to access medical marijuana through the Texas Compassionate Use program if it becomes law.
South Texas Border Patrol Facility Resumes Intake Of Migrants After Flu OutbreakThe primary Border Patrol facility for processing migrants in South Texas has resumed normal operations, less than 24 hours after the facility suspended intake operations after 32 people tested positive for the flu.
Former FDA Advisor On LASIK Eye Surgery: 'It Should Have Never Been Approved'Patients complain about blurriness, dry eyes and difficulty seeing at night after LASIK, but doctors say these complications are rare and temporary.
Austin Goes Green: Texas Senate Advances Medical Marijuana Expansion BillThe Texas Senate has unanimously advanced a bill to expand the list of medical conditions that can legally be treated by cannabis oil.
Insured Patients Likely Overpaying For PrescriptionsA recent study found the copayment amount is higher than the retail price in one out of every four prescriptions filled.
Little Caesars Testing Meatless Sausage Option On PizzasStarting today Little Caesars is testing a new plant-based meat option — meatless sausage crumbles — on its pizza.
Behind The Scenes With Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price
The Hazards Of Sitting Too Long: 'When We're Sitting, We're Not Getting The Blood Flow'A recent American Cancer Society study found sitting for six or more hours a day was linked a nearly 20% higher rate of death compared to those who sat for less than three hours a day.
Grand Prairie ISD Considering Plan To Give High School Students More SleepTuesday evening, the school board decided to delay a vote on significant changes to the time students at middle and high schools arrive and leave.
Seafood In Some Texas Bays May Be Contaminated After Tanker AccidentHealth officials in Texas are advising people not to fish or eat seafood from parts of some Houston-area bays as cleanup continues following a tanker accident.
WHO Suggests Exercise, Not Vitamins To Help Prevent DementiaA new report by the World Health Organization says if you want to save your brain and prevent dementia you should focus on keeping the rest of your body well.
Appeals Court Hears Texas Planned Parenthood Funding CaseThe issue of if and how states can cut off Medicaid funding for Planned Parenthood will once again be before a federal appeals court.
Measles Cases Continue To Climb In The US, Topping 800 So FarThis year's count of measles cases has already surpassed 800... and it's only May.
Walmart Set To Ban Tobacco Sales To Anyone Under 21 Years OldWalmart stores across the U.S. will soon ban tobacco product sales to anyone under 21 years of age.
Despite Measles Outbreak, Texas Child Vaccine Exemptions Continue To RiseThe number of people in Texas who chose to not immunize their children for non-medical reasons has jumped despite a record-breaking measles outbreak.