Health Officials: 2019 U.S. Measles Count More Than Total Cases Last YearU.S. health officials report that the number of measles cases through the first three months of this year have surpassed the count for all of 2018.
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.
4 Children Among 5 Confirmed Cases Of Measles In TexasIn just the last 48 hours health officials say five cases of measles have been confirmed in southern Texas.
Dallas County Reports 6th Flu DeathDallas County Health officials late afternoon reported its sixth flu related death this season-- even as doctors warn that the worst is likely yet to come.
Parents Often Kept In Dark About Schools' Vaccine RatesThe number of Texas families deciding not to vaccinate their school-age children has quadrupled in the past decade, according to state health records.
Nearly Two-Dozen Mumps Cases At One Texas High SchoolThere have been 23 confirmed cases and nine suspected cases of the mumps at Cedar Hill High School. And all of the infected students and staff members have come down with the disease since February 9th.
Blood Test Can Show If You're Protected From MumpsThe recent outbreak of mumps has public health officials reminding everyone of the importance of vaccinations, but they say even if you've had your shot, you could still be under-vaccinated.
Possible Case Of Mumps Reported At Frisco High SchoolCollin County Health Care Services has reported a possible case of mumps at a Frisco High School.
Regulators: Doctor Concocts Vaccines With Cat Saliva, VodkaRegulators have suspended the license of a doctor who allegedly gave patients modified vaccinations containing cat saliva and vodka.
Texas Health Officials Wary Of Rise In Unvaccinated StudentsA rise in the number of Texas students who forgo vaccinations is troubling public health officials and runs contrary to efforts in California and elsewhere to ensure students get immunized.
Measles Outbreak: To Vaccinate Or Not VaccinateWith the potential to affect thousands, the recent outbreak of measles in the U.S. has placed a spotlight on a debate that’s raged for years.