North Texas hospitals will be getting more help this week as they continue to deal with the surge in hospitalizations due to COVID-19.
Its injector is not approved by federal health authorities and the company hasn’t yet set up a factory to manufacture the unapproved devices.
Uncertain health care prices add to the growing anxiety Americans face seeking care in the coronavirus pandemic.
The increase in people tested for COVID-19 in North Texas has brought about an unintended negative consequence -- a backlog at the labs testing samples and a delay in people getting test results.
The new shortages come as the virus resumes its rapid spread and the number of hospitalized patients climbs.
The rising cases in states like Arizona, Florida, Texas and California has been blamed in part on many not wearing masks or obeying other social-distancing rules.
Federal regulators will vote in July on whether to make “988” the number to reach a suicide prevention hotline.
The Trump administration is urging the Supreme Court to overturn the Affordable Care Act in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic
Texas has seen two weeks of record hospitalization numbers and health experts are worried about what the next two weeks could bring as the outbreak continues.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is taking a jab at President Donald Trump as she unveils a plan to expand the Obama-era health law.
A facility has been created for people who are COVID-19 positive and need help recuperating but are well enough to stay out of the hospital.
Michael Thomas, a wide receiver for the New Orleans Saints, has partnered with the non-profit RIP Medical Debt to clear over $2 million in past due medical debts for over 1,000 Louisiana residents.
Hospital del Mar in Barcelona said the beach trips are part of a program to humanize intensive care units.
A coronavirus patient who's been at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital in Fort Worth for more than six weeks has been released from the hospital.
As society begins to reopen, some North Texas hospitals have begun allowing visitors once again, on a limited basis.
Many frontline healthcare workers continue to live in hotels to reduce the chance of spreading the coronavirus. It's one of the many sacrifices they've been making.
Dallas County Public Health Director Dr. Philip Huang said Thursday that Dallas County has contact traced or is in the process of tracing all of the county's 9,587 COVID-19 cases.
Baylor Scott & White Healthcare System announced it will be cutting costs and jobs in response to the economic crash from COVID-19.
A Flower Mound nurse practitioner is back after 24 days on the frontlines in New York City. She is now hospitalized with COVID-19 and talking to FOX 4 about her experience.
Terrence Maiden is the CEO of Russell Glen Company. He is using his knowledge as an urban developer to revitalize parts of Dallas to improve the economic status of the area. He is also pushing for critical health care services needed beyond the COVID-19 pandemic.