CDC sending team of 16 Ebola experts to Dallas

| |Wednesday, Oct. 15, 2014

The second hospital worker infected with Ebola was in isolation within 90 minutes of finding she had an elevated temperature, Dallas officials said.

Health professionals predict onslaught of nervous patients

| |Tuesday, Oct. 14, 2014

Hospitals and clinics will likely see an increase of nervous patients complaining of fevers, muscle aches and headaches, Tarrant County public health officials predicted.

Nurse with Ebola gets plasma from Dr. Brantly

| |Tuesday, Oct. 14, 2014

Nina Pham’s mother has spoken to her using Skype, the priest at their church said Monday evening.

Obama asks CDC to speed investigation of new Ebola case

| |Sunday, Oct. 12, 2014

The CDC is "deeply concerned" about an Ebola protocol breach at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas after a nurse tests positive for Ebola.

From our archives: Looking for the next ‘hot zone’

| Saturday, Oct. 11, 2014

It was in 1999 when an a deadly virus emerged in New York City, setting off widespread panic. Sound familiar?

Congressman: More Ebola cases “only a plane flight away from our shores”

| |Friday, Oct. 10, 2014

Officials demand more action from federal government to help stem the spread of the deadly disease that this week claimed a life in Dallas.

Steady dose of exercise is key for healthy heart, study says

| |Sunday, Oct. 12, 2014

A local study suggests that older adults need to exercise at least four to five times a week to achieve better heart flexibility.

Bill for Ebola care adding up fast

| |Tuesday, Oct. 07, 2014

Expert estimates that caring for Ebola patient is costing up to $1,000 a hour.

Airport body temperature checks a possibility in anti-Ebola effort

| |Wednesday, Oct. 08, 2014

Airline passengers from Africa could soon have to submit to body temperature checks upon arrival in the U.S. as the Obama administration looks to toughen traveler screening requirements in response to the growing Ebola threat.

Texans seeking abortions can turn to their doctors

| |Tuesday, Oct. 07, 2014

Physicians under current state law don’t need abortion licenses if they perform fewer than 50 such procedures a year.