Controversial In Vetro Procedure Using Three ParentsResearchers say its only hope for some couples, the procedure uses sperm and egg from three people.
Seven Children Hospitalized After Same Procedure At Dental ClinicIt happened at the Children's Dental Group of Anaheim, California.
Spraying For West Nile After 2nd Death In Dallas CountyA second person in Dallas County has died from the West Nile Virus. DCHHS officials say the victim was in his or her late 50s and had been previously diagnosed with West Nile Neuroinvasive Disease.
Trauma Kits Being Installed Throughout DallasThe City of Dallas on Tuesday is demonstrating the life-saving impact of trauma kits, which are being installed at several buildings around the city.
Denton Sprays Mosquitoes In Daytime To Prevent ZikaIt has put people in one neighborhood more at ease after learning a neighbor came home from Puerto Rico with the virus.
Cause Of TWU Volleyball Players' Illnesses RevealedExhaustion and dehydration caused severe muscle cramping in the athletes sending almost half the volleyball team to the hospital.
Scientists Testing Injection Believed To "Melt Fat"A clinical trial is testing the new injection.
First Human Case Of West Nile Confirmed In LewisvilleThe first human case of the West Nile virus in Lewisville this year has been confirmed by health officials.
Cost Of Life-Saving Allergy Drug SkyrocketingWith the price of EpiPens up 400 percent, some parents are weighing a dangerous option.
Mosquito Spraying Due To Zika Concerns Near High SchoolA Grand Prairie resident living a few blocks from the school has Zika virus.
City Of Fort Worth Reaching Out To Fight Lead In WaterYour water department is not responsible for the lines from the meter to a public drinking fountain, the actual drinking fountain or for the lines from the meter to the taps on your house.
Aerial Spraying Being Looked At To Battle West Nile VirusDallas County leaders call it "another tool in the tool box."
Dallas Co. Officials Consider Aerial West Nile SprayingThe threat of West Nile Virus is forcing some cities in North Texas to consider aerial spraying for the first time in years. Leaders in Dallas are the first to consider combating the mosquito-borne virus from the air. Health officials are hosting a conference call today, to discuss a possible timeline for the aerial West Nile spraying.
North Texas Family Touched By Kidney Patient Getting Friend's KidneyCornelius Austin needs a kidney as well.
Lab Testing Water From Fort Worth ISDThey're looking for lead in water at schools.
Expectant Moms Worried About Zika In North TexasArea doctors say it's only a matter of time before the virus is in North Texas.
Experts: Zika In Texas Just A Matter Of TimeLots of people fly here from Florida which has 10 homegrown cases.
Dr. Jon LaPook Eases Fears About Zika VirusFor the first time, Zika has been transmitted by mosquitoes in the U.S.
Vaccines Made Easy For Dallas StudentsParkland Hospital started its “Walk-in Wednesday” campaign this week for parents who need to get their children immunized before the first day of school. You don’t need an appointment.
Doctor Gives Advice For Coping With TragedyThe fallout from a tragedy, like what happened in Dallas, can be painful for the survivors and the families of the victims.
Are You Attractive... To Mosquitoes?There are four specific types of people who get bitten most often.
Texas Abortion Case Leads Supreme Court's Last MeetingThe U.S. Supreme Court is set to close out its current term with opinions Monday in three remaining cases, including the biggest abortion case in the past decade which concerns Texas regulations.
Ten Dallas County Women Showing Zika SymptomsDallas County Health and Human Services on Tuesday reported nearly a dozen cases of the Zika virus here in North Texas.
Possible Zika Virus Cases In Dallas CountyTen women in Dallas County may have contracted the Zika virus, none however contracted it in the North Texas area. The CDC have not conifrmed if they have the disease, and will not know until after they give birth.