As the holidays arrive, so does the flu season

| |Wednesday, Nov. 26, 2014

Officials urge those who haven’t received a flu shot to get one now before the virus becomes widespread.

‘Leslie’s Lions’ offer courage to other cancer patients

| |Wednesday, Nov. 26, 2014

Bedford resident Leslie Bauer gave away 65 plush lion toys during her own cancer treatment to inspire others in need of support.

Man sues Colleyville bariatric clinic over amputations

| |Tuesday, Nov. 18, 2014

The 32-year-old man says he went in for a gastric sleeve but his aorta was severed and physicians didn’t realize the mistake.

One in 10 Tarrant County babies born too soon

| |Tuesday, Nov. 18, 2014

The March of Dimes is working with area hospitals to reduce premature births, which can lead to death or serious health issues for babies.

Man who died from Ebola endured treatment delays

| |Monday, Nov. 17, 2014

A surgeon who contracted Ebola in his native Sierra Leone did not receive aggressive treatment until nearly two weeks after he first started showing symptoms — a delay that doctors said probably made it impossible for anyone to save his life.

Ebola victim’s family settles with Dallas hospital

| |Wednesday, Nov. 12, 2014

The settlement will provide for Thomas Eric Duncan’s four children and his parents and will start a foundation in his name. The family agreed not to sue Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas for malpractice.

Fewer than 10 million expected to enroll under health law in 2015

| |Tuesday, Nov. 11, 2014

The Obama administration expects fewer than 10 million people to enroll in marketplace health coverage next year, far below the 13 million people that the Congressional Budget Office has projected.

Charitable foundation tackles youth depression, suicide

| |Monday, Nov. 10, 2014

The new Jordan Elizabeth Harris Foundation awarded $75,000 in grants to fund anti-depressant research and youth suicide prevention outreach.

National survey measures health of Tarrant County residents

| |Thursday, Nov. 06, 2014

Five hundred local residents will participate in the comprehensive study, which gathers health-related data on issues such as obesity, diabetes and cardiovascular disease.

Ebola cleanup took away big pieces of lives

| |Friday, Oct. 24, 2014

Louise Troh’s home in Dallas was the first residence ever to be decontaminated for Ebola in the U.S.