Second Child In Tarrant County Dies From Flu As Reports Increase This SeasonHealth officials in Texas have reported that a second child has died from the flu in Tarrant County.
Death In Texas Linked To Listeria Outbreak In Packaged Hard-Boiled EggsA Listeria outbreak that's linked to packaged hard-boiled eggs has led to illnesses in multiple states and at least one death in Texas, the CDC said Wednesday.
Dallas County Confirms 3rd Flu Death This SeasonThe Dallas County Health and Human Services has confirmed the third flu death of the season.
New Drugs Show Rare Promise Against Advanced Breast CancerDoctors are reporting unusually good results from tests of two experimental drugs in women with an aggressive form of breast cancer that had spread widely and resisted treatment.
Children's Medical Center Relocates 28 Patients After Tests Find MoldChildren's Medical Center Dallas last week relocated 28 patients after routine air tests showed higher-than-normal levels of Aspergillus and Penicillium molds in their cardiac intensive care unit.
Outbreak Of E. Coli Infections Linked To Fresh Express Sunflower Crisp Chopped Salad KitsOf the three people hospitalized because of infection, one developed kidney failure.
'Rash' Of Fifth Disease Making The Rounds In North TexasIt’s the season of sickness, and one virus that’s making the rounds is fairly common among children. It’s called Fifth Disease.
Tarrant County Confirms First Pediatric Flu Death In 4 YearsThis is the first reported pediatric flu death in Tarrant County since 2015.
Dallas County Issues Health Alert After Increase In Flu CasesIn a statement released Friday, the Dallas County Department of Health and Human Services said the virus came earlier than normal this season.
Parents, Brace Yourselves - Cold, Flu Season Is Here!A variety of bugs are making their way through the region right now, including respiratory viruses and the first wave of the flu.
North Texas Children's Hospitals Seeing Influx Of Patients This Week, Resulting In Longer WaitsEmergency room doctors say before coming to the ER, depending on the severity of your child’s case, you might want to call their pediatrician first or visit an urgent care clinic.