Posted on · While many Texans get health care through employers, over the past few years, the number of people in Texas who’ve signed up through the Affordable Care Act has grown. Changes in the White House and Congress will affect both groups of Texans.
Posted on · Federal lawmakers have set their sights on repealing the Affordable Care Act as quickly as possible. According to a new study, if they succeed, Texas could lose thousands of jobs in the coming years, but it could be more than just health care jobs.
Posted on · The hospital system suffered operating losses of more than $110 million in its last quarter.
Posted on · A Baylor nutritionist offers suggestions in adopting simple, behavioral changes for a healthier lifestyle instead of creating resolutions that are unrealistic and too ambitious.
Posted on · Actress Debbie Reynolds died just one day after her daughter Carrie Fisher's sudden death — which has led some to speculate that grief might have been a contributing factor.
Posted on · One big part of the puzzle: Why have there been so many microcephaly cases in the northeastern tip of Brazil?
Posted on · There could be Zika cases in Texas we missed this year, according to experts in the state.
Posted on · Texas officials are trying again to take state funding away from Planned Parenthood in Texas. This time, they are kicking the chain of women’s health clinics out of the state’s Medicaid program, which could affect roughly 11,000 Medicaid recipients across the state.
Posted on · Doctor-patient interactions are typically routine, with doctors understanding little of their patients’ lives beyond the exam room. But medical schools are ushering in a culture shift in medicine – one that’s focused on more than just a patient’s symptoms.
Posted on · After more than a year of delays, Texas is officially kicking Planned Parenthood out of the state’s Medicaid program.
Posted on · State Senator Sylvia Garcia is hailing the decision by Judge Sam Sparks to grant a temporary injunction, pending a lawsuit challenging the rule's constitutionality.
Posted on · A federal judge has temporarily halted the Texas fetal burial rule from going into effect on Dec. 19.
Posted on · Federal health officials say pregnant women should consider postponing travel to Brownsville, Texas, because of concerns about mosquitoes there spreading the Zika virus.
Posted on · Abortion providers are hoping to stop a new rule that would require health care facilities to cremate or bury fetal remains from miscarriages and abortions, regardless of the gestation time or a woman’s wishes.
Posted on · Now that Brownsville has confirmed local cases of Zika , the federal government is sending more money to the Texas to help control further spread of the virus.