Nonprofit donates wedding dresses to health care workers on pandemic frontlines Registered nurse Nicole Harris, a bride-to-be receiving a donated wedding dress, and Heidi Janson, founder of Brides Across America, join ‘Fox & Friends.’ A Texas wedding where the groom was allegedly aware he had COVID-19 was the source of a potential superspreader event after
Doctors urge patients to get their flu shots now The flu season normally starts towards the end of the fall, but seasonal influenza is reportedly starting much earlier this year. Fox News’ Dr. Manny Alvarez sits down with a Harvard Medical School doctor to discuss everything you need to know about this year’s flu season.
Carolyn Jones, 61, fights for her life after a Houston hospital pulled the plug against her family’s wishes. Her husband of 40 years, Donald, is on her left. (Texas Right to Life) A Texas woman was taken off life support Monday, against her family's wishes, after the hospital invoked a law allowing it to deny further
Thelma Chiaka with (l. to r.) relative Ebere Ofor; Dr. Ziad Haidar, perinatologist who delivered the babies; and Dr. Israel Simchowit, neonatologist also on staff at The Woman’s Hospital of Texas. (The Women’s Hospital of Texas) A Houston woman gave birth to six babies in a span of nine minutes on Friday morning. Thelma Chiaka had
William Brown died two days after the Jan. 27 explosion, which sent shrapnel into his neck and skull. Medical authorities say a 24-year-old Texas man who died last month after his vaporizer pen exploded was killed by "penetrating trauma" after pieces of the device severed his left carotid artery and damaged his skull. William Brown,
A Texas woman is allowing her breast cancer surgery to be streamed live on Facebook in hopes it will inspire more women to get screened for the often deadly disease. Last December, during a doctor visit, Sonia Johnson found out she had a tumor in her breast. At that moment she was determined to use
Working in healthcare and technology for over a decade and a half, one thing I’ve noticed is that innovation is slowed and often nixed because we look at how an incremental achievement fits into the current mega-sized health I.T. environment. I’ve experienced numerous times where operations, clinical or administrative personnel bring up problems that they
State and local health officials continue the search to identify how 56 people got sick with the infection. Health officials in Texas remain baffled after 56 cases of cyclosporiasis have been reported since May. The illness is an infection of the intestines caused by ingesting food or water contaminated with the cyclospora parasite and investigators