The mosquito kills nearly 750,000 people each year. Malaria is the cause for the majority of these deaths, but a Zika outbreak has the Americas scared of this insect. This is how the insect spreads disease to its victims.
How Zika spreads (and who’s to blame)
Getting sick: Fact vs. Fiction
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Food Allergies: Reducing the Risk
The Immunization Baby Book
Rainy first day for The Cowtown 2018
Desmond Bane and Alex Robinson discuss sweep of Baylor
Mansfield Timberview runs past Summit into state tournament
TCU coach Jamie Dixon and Baylor coach Scott Drew discuss Horned Frogs win
Summit, Timberview head to all Mansfield final
More than 70 musical instruments found in stolen storage trailers. Are they yours?
Help for storm damaged trees: how to trim your trees
You may have heard that going outside in the winter without a hat on will result in catching a cold, but is that really true? A doctor separates fact from fiction when it comes to what actually causes us to get sick.
Dennis Kothmann was diagnosed with a glioblastoma tumor and decided to become part of an experimental study rather than take standard chemotherapy. So far, results are encouraging. (Star-Telegram/Rodger Mallison)
For parents there's no greater joy than watching your child grow up happy and healthy. That's why most parents choose the safe, proven protection of vaccines. Flipping through this baby book, you can learn what vaccines babies need, when they're needed, and why it's so important to follow CDC's recommended immunization schedule. Immunization gives you the power to protect your baby from 14 serious childhood diseases by age 2.
Although stormy weather delayed the K-Distance races at The Cowtown 2018 on Saturday, participants still kept their spirit shining. Participants were advised to shelter inside of Will Rogers Memorial Center until the rain subsided.
In a video that's quickly become an obvious example of how not to act after a loss, it appears Texas A&M freshman Patrick Kypson spits in his palm before the post-match handshake with freshman J.J. Wolf. The Aggie, ranked 44th in the country, lost his first collegiate match 3-6, 6-3, 6-4 to the Buckeye, No. 84.