Viral Pic Of Tearful Nurse Sheds Light On Reality Faced In ER, Reminds To 'Spread Love'Weary from working 53+ hours in four days, labor and delivery nurse Caty Nixon was emotional the day her twin sister shared a now viral photo of her on Facebook.
Tarrant County Confirms 1st Human West Nile Virus Case Of 2019Health officials in Tarrant County have confirmed the first human case of West Nile virus for the 2019 season.
North Texas Family Hit Hard by Alzheimer'sMore support for Alzheimer's is on the way.
First Case Of Measles Confirmed In Tarrant County In 4 YearsHealth officials have confirmed a resident of Tarrant County has tested positive for measles. This is the first confirmed case in the county since 2015.
Texas Confirms 10 Measles Cases For 2019The Texas Department of State Health Services is now reporting 10 measles cases in the state in 2019, one more than Texas saw all of last year.
32 Children's Medicines Recalled For Possible "Microbial Contamination"King Bio is voluntarily recalling 32 children's medicines because of potential "microbial contamination," the company said in a statement on Wednesday.
Study Says You're Probably Washing Your Hands All WrongHandwashing seems pretty simple, but a recent study showed that people are still doing it wrong 97 percent of the time, which can lead to the spread of bacteria.
Experts Say Too Much Bad News Can Actually Make You SickOur brains are equipped to handle stress relating to trauma. However, constant exposure to trauma can derail our ability to cope and hinder our ability to return to a relaxed state.
Even When Just 20 Percent Effective, Flu Vaccine Saves LivesEach winter, many people wonder if its worth getting a flu shot, while health officials repeatedly warn against not getting one. Now, a new study sheds light on the benefit of doing so.
Flu Cases Decreasing, But CDC Warns That Season Isn't Over YetThe number of people sick with the flu has continued to decrease across the nation, but experts with the CDC warned that the season is not over yet.
US Flu Season Still Worsening; Now As Bad As 2009 Swine FluThe flu has further tightened its grip on the U.S. This season is now as bad as the swine flu epidemic nine years ago.
Weatherford ISD Mourns Teacher Who Died From Flu ComplicationsAn official with the Weatherford ISD confirmed that one of their teachers has died of complications from the flu. Heather Holland was a second-grade teacher at Ikard Elementary School.
2 Dallas Schools Close For Deep Cleaning As Flu Cases RiseMore schools have shut down to deep clean the facilities as their number of flu cases rises. That includes St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic School and Bishop Lynch High School.
U.S. Flu Season Off To Early Start, But Too Soon To Tell How Bad It'll BeThis year's flu season started picking up last month. Health officials stated that the flu vaccine seems well matched to the viruses that are making people sick.
'I Was Deathly Ill For A Day' Toxic Harvey Floodwaters Infect VolunteersSome volunteer rescuers returning to North Texas from the Houston-area hard hit by Hurricane Harvey paid a price for their service -- skin infections, severe cuts, fevers, diarrhea and nausea.