As students head back to school, public health officials are concerned not only about a possible COVID19 outbreak but a measles outbreak, or worse, an outbreak of both at the same time.
Doctors Worry About COVID-19 Plus Measles As Students Skip VaccinesAs students head back to school, public health officials are concerned not only about a possible COVID19 outbreak but a measles outbreak, or worse, an outbreak of both at the same time.
Ones For Texas: Young Students Hit The Ground Running During PandemicFor many North Texans, the COVID-19 quarantine has meant more time on the couch watching movies and shows, but some local elementary students might inspire others to get off the couch and hit the ground running.
FWISD & City Council Join Forces To Combat Teen VapingFWISD & City Council Join Forces To Combat Teen Vaping
Fight To Keep Tinslee Lewis Alive Returns To The CourtroomCBS 11 News at 11:00 a.m.The battle over a whether a baby should remain on life support continues in a North Texas court today, as the family of little Tinslee Lewis fights to keep her alive. Tinslee has been hospitalized at Cook Children’s Medical Center in Fort Worth since her premature birth in February.
Miguel Solis Shares Details On Daughter's Medical JourneyThe DISD board trustee's daughter had a heart transplant after being born with a life-threatening defect.
6-Year-Old Inspires "Rudy’s" Pulling Together Tug Of War Team6-Year-Old Inspires "Rudy’s" Pulling Together Tug Of War Team
12-Year-Old Soccer Player Fighting To Keep Leukemia From Sidelining HerHaylie Geraci’s fight with cancer is etched in her art. The creative work inspires the 12-year-old soccer player to fight. Last year Haylie was diagnosed with T-cell leukemia.
Teaching Kids How To Properly Carry Backpack WeightTeaching Kids How To Properly Carry Backpack Weight
Dallas County Has 1 Of Lowest Childhood Vaccination Rates In State's Most Populated AreasThe Dallas County Health Department is working to make it easier for parents to get their kids vaccinated before school starts.
Concerns Raised In North Texas After Confirmed Measles Case In DentonMeasles symptoms can be deceptively common, like fever and a runny nose.
North Texas Hospital Sees Drastic Spike In RSVOfficials at Cook Children’s Medical Center in Fort Worth are warning parents of young children after a recent spike in cases of Respiratory Syncytial Virus or RSV.
North Texas Children Among Those With Rare Polio-Like IllnessCases of a rare polio-like illness that are turning up across the country are also appearing here in North Texas. There have been dozens of cases of acute flaccid myelitis (AFM) in the U.S. this year, including three at Cook Children's Medical Center in Fort Worth.
Free Mobile Hospital Opens For 3-Day Run In Fort WorthHundreds of people were lined up before sunrise Wednesday morning outside of the Will Rogers Memorial Center in Fort Worth. Starting at 7:00 a.m. they will be receiving a variety of medical services free of charge.
Study: Tarrant And Collin County 'Hot Spots' For Potential Disease OutbreaksA new study looking at vaccination exemptions for children named both Tarrant and Collin Counties as “hot spots."
New Health Warning Advises Children To Limit Screen TimeThe American Heart Association has issued a new warning about the potential health dangers of too much screen time for children. Kids should have no more than two hours each day, the group recommends.
New Initiative Makes Gaming Enjoyable For Kids With AutismNew Initiative Makes Gaming Enjoyable For Kids With Autism
Pulling Together: Cancer Research Helps Save LivesCBS 11 is 'Pulling Together' for a special event aimed at putting an end to kids' cancer. Julie and Dan Duncan are grateful for cancer research, because it helped save their child's life.
Spikes In Flu Deaths Continue In Texas & OklahomaSpikes In Flu Deaths Continue In Texas & Oklahoma
Bird Brain Study Could Help Child AutismUT-Southwestern is conducting a study on bird brains and how it can help them with children that have autism.
Teal Pumpkins Welcome Kids With Food AllergiesIf you see a teal pumpkin on Halloween night, it means that the home is handing out non-food treats. This is particularly important for children with food allergies.
Dr. Foster Talks School Breakfast & Test TakingAs students start heading back to school this month, Dr. Crystal Foster talks about how to help kids have a healthy breakfast, and what children should do to prepare for a big test.
Dr. Foster Talks School Sick Days & 5-Second RuleWith students heading back to school this month, Dr. Crystal Foster talks about how to know when you're child is actually sick, and the five-second rule for food that hits the ground.
Tips For Keeping Kids Safe In The Summer HeatThe summer heat has arrived in North Texas. Heat-related dehydration in children can be a big problem, but there are ways for parents to stay on top of things and keep kids safe while outdoors.
Garth Brooks Visits Kids At Dallas HospitalCountry music superstar Garth Brooks stopped by Children's Medical Center of Dallas on Tuesday to visit with kids.