The Supreme Court justices plan to issue at least one opinion Monday on the Texas abortion law that went into effect Sept. 1.
Paramedics have to make a decision whether to let you stay or transport you to the hospital. Now McKinney paramedics are only the second fire system in the state to bring on telemedicine.
Singapore’s government says its citizens have until Dec. 8 to get vaccinated or they will be left on their own to cover any medical expenses they accrue.
Cook Children’s says it uses an average of 70 sets of crutches a week. And without donations, they could run out of their supply in less than two months. So they’re asking the community to donate what they can.
Democrats reached an agreement on a plan to lower prescription drug costs for seniors as part of President Joe Biden's $1.75 trillion social spending plan.
The decision Thursday night keeps the law known as Senate Bill 8 in place as the Justice Department tries halting the law.
Texas has asked a federal appeals court to swiftly reinstate the most restrictive abortion law in the U.S.
A Dallas alliance of churches has partnered in a first-of-its-kind project anywhere in the nation to create medical clinics located in churches.
The ban “surprise” medical bills, charges that hit insured patients at some of life’s most vulnerable moments, is on track to take effect on Jan. 1.
Nurses and frontline workers at Baylor Scott and White hospital in Fort Worth were recognized for their perseverance in the past year and a half during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Last week, the CDC published data from more than 3,000 hospitals showing that infections people contracted while in hospitals went up in 2020, after going down for several years in a row.
Idaho's public health leaders have expanded health care rationing statewide amid a massive increase in the number of coronavirus patients requiring hospitalization.
There are currently just three available staffed pediatric ICU beds in the North Texas hospital region.
Rural North Texas hospitals said patients are dying because healthcare workers aren’t able to locate a bed in time.
As Hurricane Ida hits, New Orleans hospitals plan to ride out the storm as best as possible. Evacuating patients wasn’t an option as beds are nearly full amid the state's fourth COVID-19 surge.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott announced Thursday that an additional 2,500 medical staff will be deployed to hospitals. Still, medical experts warn that may still not be enough if the hospitalization rate doesn't start to improve.
U.S. military medical officers have been deployed to hospitals in Mississippi and Louisiana as both states face devastating surges in COVID-19 hospitalizations and deaths amid low vaccination rates.
Hundreds more medical workers will be headed to North Texas in the next week to deal with the shortage of hospital staff.
While some personnel from outside of Texas are being brought on board, it's not yet enough to ease the burden on weary health care workers in the region.
Mercy Hospital Northwest Arkansas told the story of two unvaccinated fathers who are now critically ill after contracting COVID-19.