Cigna To Stop Covering Most OxyContin PrescriptionsThe company says it’s an attempt to reduce opioid use amid a nationwide abuse epidemic.
DCHHS Now Offering Free Flu VaccineDallas County Health and Human Services is offering the seasonal flu vaccine for children and adults at no cost beginning today.
Brewery Creates First Beer Brewed For Menopausal WomenA New Hampshire brewery has created what it claims is the first beer brewed specifically for menopausal women.
Medical Breakthrough Happening In DallasA new device may mean no more finger pricks for diabetes patients.
Women's Shelter Breaks Ground On 2nd BuildingMore support is coming for women in need now that Emily's Place has broken ground on a new building. The local nonprofit helps women and children who are looking to escape from domestic violence situations.
Dr. Phil Talks To Sinead O'Connor About Mental HealthDr. Phil is sitting down with musician Sinead O'Connor on Tuesday's show for a candid conversation aimed at destigmatizing mental health.
DISD 'Smoothie Kings' Help Kick Off Back To SchoolThis week's "Ones For Texas" are the Dallas Independent School District's 'Smoothie Kings.'
Patient’s Breast Augmentation Surgery Streamed LiveAshley Devonna says she wanted to turn her surgery into an educational experience for her thousands of Instagram and Twitter followers.
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.
11-Year-Old Sues Federal Government To Legalize Medical MarijuanaAn 11-year-old girl from Rowlett is taking on the United States government by suing them over medical marijuana.
Year's First Case Of Zika Transmission In TexasFor the first time this year, health officials believe that mosquitoes have spread the Zika virus in Texas. The infected person lives in Hidalgo County and has not traveled outside of the country.
Keep Safe When Exercising In The Texas HeatTemperatures continue to rise across North Texas and on days like today, when temperatures are expected to hit the triple-digits, the heat can take a serious toll on your health.
Don't Forget To Reapply Sunscreen!It is HOT outside. Don't let the heat zap your mind into forgetting about reapplying sunscreen.
Alzheimer's Study: Watching Grandchildren Boosts Brain HealthCould watching the grandkids be good for your mental health? For the first time, Australian researchers have found what they believe is a link to improved brain health.
Child Gets 3D-Printed Prosthetic Arm Thanks To UTA GraduateA recent graduate at the University of Texas at Arlington has created a unique prosthetic for a little boy whose dad is a UTA professor.
Sessions To Speak About Opioid EpidemicAttorney General Jeff Sessions is bringing the war on opioids to North Texas on Tuesday, as people gather at the Gaylord Texan Resort & Convention Center in Grapevine to talk about drug abuse prevention.
GOP Regrouping To Get Health Care Bill PassedGOP Regrouping To Get Health Care Bill Passed
Another Republican Stands Up For ObamacareAnother Republican Stands Up For Obamacare
Summer Is Peak Season For Tick BitesThis year's rainfall and humid weather have sparked an increase in the pest population, but there are things that North Texans can do to avoid getting bitten by ticks and other insects while outdoors.
Pests Becoming Problem For Families And PetsOne pest control expert says the mild winter and hot, humid days sparked the pest population explosion.
Weight Isn't One Size Fits AllThe scale isn't telling you the whole story when it comes to weight and overall health.
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.
Houston Boy Dies From 'Dry Drowning'A boy in Houston died from what doctors have called a 'dry drowning.' The 4-year-old child stopped breathing about a week after a family trip to a water park.