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.
The Push In Texas To Decriminalize Marijuana Falters Despite GOP SupportA revised measure in the Texas Legislature would reduce penalties for those with an ounce or less of marijuana to a Class C misdemeanor — eliminating arrests, but still making possession a crime.
CBS Poll: Support For Marijuana Legalization Hits New HighAccording to a news CBS News poll, sixty-five percent of Americans now think marijuana should be legal.
Baby Born Without Skin Receiving TreatmentA baby boy is receiving specialized hospital care three months after he was born without skin.
Patients Turning Away From Family Doctors And To TelemedicineConvenience rules in health care now, where patients can use technology or growing options like walk-in clinics and urgent care centers to get help whenever they need it.
Old Age Flower Power: More Seniors Using MarijuanaAging baby boomers, or even those a little older, are seeking to treat their aches, pains and other old age maladies with marijuana.
Dallas-Fort Worth Sees 50 Percent Uptick In Head Lice InfestationsThough not life-threatening, lice are highly contagious and have built a resistance to over-the-counter remedies.
Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Sales Blowing Up - Top $7.2MMedical marijuana sales are continuing to climb in Oklahoma, topping more than $7.2 million in the month of February alone.
Medicare Patients Face Surging Costs For Some Life-Saving DrugsAnalysis revealed that Medicare Part D co-insurance costs for specialty-tier drugs are 12 percent higher in 2019 than they were in 2016.
Rx Drug Prices Continue To Rise -- Here’s What You Can DoPrescription drug prices increased on more than 250 drugs in the beginning of the year, with an average jump of 6.3 percent.
Plugged In To DFW – Children’s HealthChildren need primary health care not only when they are sick, but also to prevent them from getting sick.
Newly-Approved Flu Drug To Hit North Texas ShelvesThe first flu drug in more than 20 years will soon be in North Texas pharmacies. It's welcome news after the deadliest flu season in at least four decades.
EpiPen Shortage Keeping Some Kids Out Of SchoolThe U.S. is experiencing an EpiPen shortage and parents are scrambling because some schools won't let kids with allergies in the classroom if they don't have one.
Aspirin Disappoints For Avoiding First Heart Attack, StrokeWhen it comes to taking a low-dose aspirin every day the risks don't outweigh the benefits for most folks who have never had a heart attack, stroke or other heart problems.
FDA Clears Generic Rival To High-Priced EpiPenThe Food and Drug Administration on Thursday cleared Teva Pharmaceutical Industries to start selling generic versions EpiPen and EpiPen Jr., years after the Israeli drugmaker requested it.