This could make the marijuana-derived drug, which the legislature legalized for patients with intractable epilepsy, hard to get.
In many ways, telemedicine represents the future of health care—yet some fear new rules in Texas could stunt its growth here.
What’s putting so many northeastern Texans in the grave?
The embattled Dallas County DA resigned this week.
More parents are opting out of getting their children vaccinated, and there’s no sign the trend will slow down.
How Planned Parenthood was edged out as the state's women's health provider and replaced by the anti-abortion Heidi Group.
The rule changes aren’t based on any real health or safety concerns.
It’s the second such death in the United States.
For the third time in less than a year, a Texas youth has died from a brain-eating amoeba.
Music Monday: Florence + The Machine Performed A Private Concert For A Teenage Fan At Hospice Austin
The British rock band made an extra-special stop on their trip through Texas.
A Reddit post turned viral news story reminds Texans of the consequences to the state’s abortion laws.
The long tail of the Planned Parenthood videos continues to get longer as a House subcommittee prepares to subpoena Parkinson's researchers.
What The Supreme Court Oral Arguments On Whole Woman’s Health v. Hellerstedt Told Us About The Future Of Texas’s Abortion Laws
Sotomayor, Ginsburg, Kagan, and Breyer do not like it. Alito and Roberts seem to like it a lot, Thomas stayed quiet, and Kennedy remains a wild card.
Baylor University Medical Center will be one of the first hospitals in the U.S. to begin this groundbreaking clinical trial.
It fights AIDS even when it breaks, helps a fella out, and claims to feel better than not using a condom at all.
They've been without clean water for decades. How is this still the case in 2016?
That’s definitely not how anyone saw that investigation going.
H3N2 is ”highly contagious,” according to veterinarians, but with a low mortality rate—so be aware, but don’t panic.
With the increased difficulty of maintaining a pentobarbital supply, Texas and Arizona are accused of importing an unapproved drug.
The Texas Health and Human Services Commission has declared that it’ll no longer process reimbursements to the non-profit.
According to Blanca Borrego's family, she was taken into an exam room where sheriff's deputies were waiting for her.
Reproductive Services will become the first shuttered clinic to reopen its doors after HB2, but its future is still unclear.
The controversial 2013 bill’s ongoing journey through the legal system has been settled in federal appeals court. Next stop: SCOTUS or bust.
The Senate Health and Human Services Committee sent a bill that would severely tighten restrictions on receiving a confidential abortion as a minor to the Senate floor.
In the waning weeks of the 84th Texas Legislature, abortion remains a hot topic in the Capitol. Where do things stand—and where are they going?
Just when the company thought it had the problem licked, another listeria contamination shuts down production.
In 2011 the Texas Legislature turned down federal money in order to exclude Planned Parenthood from receiving state funds. Four years later a new report shows what happens when a state takes over the Women’s Health Program.
If you’ve been accused of a serious crime and the cops are pressing you for information—go ahead and light up.
Another roadblock appears to be in place as Texas’s supply continues to dwindle.
The school district claimed in a letter that they believed that the bleeding incidents were caused by “severe anxiety;” the woman and her doctor have documentation showing that it was an emergency stemming from a problem with her IUD. But should it even matter what exactly caused her medical emergency?
The hot-button public health issue has some support from unexpected corners in Texas.
9-year-old Alexis Bortell’s doctors prescribed her medical marijuana to treat her life-threatening epileptic seizures. But she can’t get it filled in her home state of Texas—at least, not yet.
The Population Institute’s annual report card has been posted, and Texas failed in a big way.
She doesn't have Ebola.
It's a new ballgame now.
Does Wendy Davis’s Ad Cross the Line in Mentioning the Accident that Put Greg Abbott in a Wheelchair?
Davis's latest ad has caused a lot of controversy. Is she wrong in bringing up Abbott's accident?
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