Pink is the new black in Amarillo.
Money is raised to help thousands of people in our area.
Depinho plans to give a public report on the first year’s progress of MD Anderson’s “moon shots” program.
Many confirmed flu cases appear in our area.
The 23rd annual Amarillo race for the cure fills the streets of downtown Amarillo.
4 West Nile cases are confirmed in Potter and Randall counties.
The next stage in abortion rights advocates’ efforts to block implementation of strict new regulations on the procedure in Texas began on Friday, as the Center for Reproductive Rights, the American Civil Liberties Union and a group of abortion providers across the state filed a lawsuit in federal court.
Flu season generally doesn't get rolling for another month or so but experts say the one predictable thing about the flu is its tendency to be unpredictable.
Self breast exams is sparking controversy over health professionals.
An Amarillo woman wins the battle against breast cancer.
"Devin's Dreams" on Facebook attracts thousands.
Many local folks cleaned out their medicine cabinets.
Many who have lost a loved one to cancer, fight back.
A mom asks Fed to okay marijuana treatment for her 2-year-old.
City of Amarillo is warning the community.
About 1,500 people hit the pavement to walk for Type 1 Diabetes research.
Dimmitt Hospital will host free health screenings in Amarillo Sept 5.
New program challenges weight loss messages and healthy dieting concepts.
At Cooper Clinic in Dallas yesterday, President Bush's doctors discovered a blocked artery in his heart.
Panel recommends yearly CT scans for longtime smokers, even if they're showing no symptoms of lung cancer.
A new study in the journal "Cell Biology" suggests people get less and lower quality sleep around the time of full moons.
Study finds taking aspirin every other day lowers risk of colon cancer in women.
New numbers show the majority of children with Autism are diagnosed after they're five years old.
Controversial cover features woman breast feeding toddler.
Local YMCA participates.
Pediatrics unit has seen lots of cases of the dangerous virus.
Change to proposed insurance rule hasn't stopped escalating rhetoric.
Class helps medical students improve their bedside manner.
In the last legislative session, right before Stanley Jones removed some of Perry's stem cells and reinjected them into the governor's spine during back surgery, Perry directed his staff to work with state Rep. Rick Hardcastle, R-Vernon, to push through legislation establishing guidelines for adult stem cell banks in Texas.
Study finds low self esteem is to blame for poor Facebook behavior.
Hispanics less likely to dial 911 after stroke, worsening effects.
CDC names top ten sodium laden foods.
New study uncovers how disease spreads through the brain.
Most insured children are not eligible for free or low cost vaccines at the Public Health Department.
The condition is called mild cognitive impairment and it refers to memory problems, but no other difficulties in thinking and reasoning, or in daily activities.
Study shows older Americans don't think they're at risk.
There's nothing funny about heart attacks...or is there?
Dr. David Warner says a wide range of other factors may come into play and further investigation is warranted.
Doctors say boys should get the vaccine originally designed to prevent cancer in women.
A new study could help people looking for relief from hay fever.