Posted on California pair will fight charges in case stemming from undercover videos they made last year at the Planned Parenthood in Houston
Posted on The project will ensure the historic teaching hospital retains the highest “level one” trauma designation
Posted on Experts warn the U.S. Gulf Coast has the right weather conditions and mosquito populations to facilitate local transmission of the virus. Health officials have confirmed the virus can cause birth defects in exposed newborns, although the exact level of risk is unknown.
Posted on Sean Parker, formerly of Facebook and Napster, turns his philanthropic efforts towards cutting-edge cancer research
Posted on Big healthcare systems are building on two fronts: the suburbs and the historic Texas Medical Center
Posted on By 2019, all clinical services will move to the new medical campus, completing a gradual exit from the historic 1954 building in the heart of the Texas Medical Center.
Posted on Advocates are criticizing several Houston hospitals because they have McDonald’s or Chik-fil-A restaurants in their lobbies or food courts.
Posted on The public health system for Harris County, which includes Ben Taub and LBJ hospitals, has managed to whittle down a budget deficit and finish its fiscal year in the black.
Posted on An experimental drug derived from cannabis is being tested in clinical trials for severe pediatric epilepsy.
Posted on A new federal report estimates that expanding Medicaid could help hundreds of thousands of mentally ill and uninsured Texans get treatment. Read the report below.
Posted on Planned Parenthood affiliates in Houston and Colorado joined the ongoing civil lawsuit filed in January over undercover videos made by anti-abortion activists
Posted on The University of Texas Board of Regents will review the proposed compliance plans in May from MD Anderson Cancer Center and UTHealth
Posted on The associate’s degree program in nursing at Coleman College of Health Sciences can’t admit new students in 2016
Posted on "JLABS" have already opened in the bioscience hubs of Boston, San Diego and San Francisco
Posted on Abortion clinics in both Texas and Louisiana have appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court for relief from medical regulations that could put them out of business.