The hospitals in El Paso are so overcrowded due to a massive surge of COVID-19 hospitalizations that some patients are being sent to North Texas.
A traveling healthcare worker from helping on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic is fighting to survive after contracting the virus himself.
The hope is that this new treatment will prevent the disease from progressing and keep people from needing to be hospitalized.
County health officials in North Texas continue to get old COVID-19 case data weeks or even months after the fact due to ongoing issues with the state's antiquated public health systems.
Affidavits filed Tuesday with the Texas Supreme Court contain perhaps the hospital’s most graphic description of what it calls the 1-year old’s “worsening condition.”
It’s a success story the family didn’t expect, but they’re grateful if not a little nervous moving forward with recovery in a pandemic.
With the new guidelines in place, there are a number of requirements family members need to meet in order to be allowed visits. It will still be some time before some can start scheduling visits.
President Donald Trump says he'll be signing an executive order that would require health care providers to provide medical care to all babies born alive as he makes an election-year push to energize voters opposed to abortion.
A Dallas man’s lung cancer is gone after he was the first in North Texas to undergo a new robotic procedure.
There is progress toward a COVID-19 vaccine.
A Little Elm man is back at home after undergoing major spine surgery.
Hospital officials said Thursday its 3rd floor Tactical Care Unit was empty and all of its coronavirus patients had been moved to “traditional” wards.
During the coronavirus pandemic the use of telehealth visits has taken off after Medicare temporarily relaxed restrictions that predated the smartphone era.
For the nurses across the globe, home is fraught with uncertainty. Are they exposing their partners and children? Should they quit their jobs to keep their families safe?
Texas A&M University has been selected to help lead the effort producing mass quantities of a potential coronavirus vaccine.
The flexibilities will protect access to important care and resources that many Texans rely on for their health and safety.
Some executives from major pharmaceutical companies told lawmakers they would not sell their vaccines at cost when questions rose of how much they would profit from the pandemic.
A little girl on life support at Cook Children’s Hospital for more than a year now has a new doctor.
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.