2 Bats Test Positive For Rabies In Northeast DallasDallas Animal Service Officers are currently working to notify citizens who reside near these two locations of the rabies cases and ensure no human or pets were exposed to the rabid bats.
South Dallas Hospital Earns Trauma Center DesignationA Level III trauma center provides the equipment, specialized resources and a specially-trained trauma team to care for critically injured patients.
Person Loses Limbs, Dies In Texas After Infection From Bacteria In GulfSouth Texas health officials say a person died after becoming infected with bacteria while wade fishing in the Gulf of Mexico.
Texas Investigates 56 Cases Of People Sick From ParasiteTexas health officials are trying to determine whether 56 cases of people getting sick from the parasite Cyclospora are related.
Mosquito Season Returns With Zika ConcernsIt’s important to wear insect repellent and use screens on doors and windows to protect yourself and your loved ones from the Zika virus.
Frozen Chickens Distributed In Texas Recalled Due To Possible ContaminationThe recalled chicken was packaged whole in plastic bags and distributed in the Houston, Dallas and Austin areas.
Study Shows Texas Maternal Death Rate Numbers Were InflatedA study in 2016 claimed that pregnancy-related deaths in Texas had more than doubled in just two years. But a newer study offers different data that reduces the number by nearly two-thirds.
Measles Outbreak In WaxahachieSix people now have the highly contagious virus after North Texans were first warned about that possibility last week.
Possible Measles Exposure At Waxahachie Movie TheaterA customer was sick with measles while attending a movie on January 9 at ShowBiz Cinemas, so anyone else there that day should monitor themselves for a rash or any other measles symptoms through Jan. 30.
State Health Department Identifies 'HIV Clusters' In DFWSome are blaming social media and the influx of so-called ‘hook up apps’ for the HIV infection clusters identified in DFW, Houston, and San Antonio.
First 2017 Texas Case Of Local Zika Transmission ReportedTexas health officials have reported what they believe to be the state's first case this year of local Zika virus transmission.
Texas Officials Warn Of Increase In Food-Borne IllnessState health officials are warning of an increase in Texas in the number of people who've contracted a food-borne illness often linked to imported produce.