Many people were already dealing with chronic health issues or a serious diagnosis before the spread of COVID-19.
A North Texas woman says tighter hospital restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic are keeping her from fully knowing what's happening with her mother.
Some patients who have recovered are donating their plasma, which will be given to other coronavirus patients who are still sick. There's a strict vetting process for people who are involved.
Health care workers are dreading the prospect of dire scenarios as U.S. hospitals brace for a looming surge in patients who need breathing machines.
There may not be enough hospital beds in North Texas to handle the projected number of COVID-19 coronavirus patients.
The Dallas Mavericks are helping cover childcare costs for healthcare workers who are “on the frontlines of the COVID-19 response effort.”
Consulting with a doctor by voice or video - at least at first- will keep people in, and keep illness from spreading.
As cases pile up around the country, and with nine now confirmed in Minnesota, the coronavirus pandemic has many people who are feeling sick wondering if they should be tested for COVID-19.
After a back-and-forth with California Rep. Katie Porter, Dr. Robert Redfield said all Americans can be tested for the novel coronavirus, even if they are uninsured.
While public health departments work to identify who those patients came in contact with, the Texas Division of Emergency Management and other agencies are working to prepare and limit the spread.
CVS Health said the move was aimed to keep people at higher risk of complications from COVID-19 from coming to the pharmacy to pick up new prescriptions and refills.
A recent survey conducted by National Nurses United found that a majority of respondents reported that they are unaware of a plan in place to isolate a patient with a possible novel coronavirus infection
A Dallas mom fought back from her own life-threatening illness, and she's now using her experience to address a significant need in the healthcare system.
The founder of an Arizona pharmaceutical company was ordered to spend 5 1/2 years in prison Thursday for orchestrating a bribery and kickback scheme prosecutors said helped fuel the opioid crisis.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved an ovarian cancer drug for the maintenance and treatment of pancreatic cancer, according to AstraZeneca and Merck.
Some deadly diseases that seemed headed for eradication in recent decades have been making a scary comeback in the past 10 years.
Ubrogepant, a new class of drug to treat acute migraine attacks, shows promise to treat patients who have previously lacked other options.
Open Enrollment has begun. Over the next month, millions of Americans will choose their health insurance coverage for 2020. A human resources consultant says it's important to get started, compare your options, and pick the right plan for you.