The latest health news from Amarillo and abroad.
The U.S. is experiencing a major shortage of EpiPens.
Doctors say they're seeing an increasing number of patients with sunburns "where the sun don't shine."
Two new studies show the average lifespan in the US has decreased among all racial and ethnic groups.
It's a great day to take a break from our hectic lives and unwind.
The Texas Health and Human Services Commission today announced it is awarding up to $6.6 million in fiscal year 2019 grant funds as part of the second phase of the state’s Mental Health Grant Program for Justice-Involved Individuals.
Kids are preparing to head back to school and many states require children to have up-to-date vaccines.
Scientists from Cornell University believe they have created a way to make the expiration dates on milk cartons more meaningful and accurate.
Contrary to popular belief, inducing labor in pregnant women at 39 weeks rather than waiting for labor to begin naturally does not increase the need for a C-section.
Some of you may remember the claim that when you eat poppy seeds, your drug test comes back positive. One Maryland woman paid the price for her breakfast choice the morning her daughter was born. Theo
Cancer patients who are facing surgery may want to visit their dentist first.
Light skin may be more susceptible than darker skin to the damage caused by the sun's ultraviolet rays, but doctors say African Americans aren't doing enough to protect themselves from skin cancer.
The government allows parents to opt out for reasons of conscience, but experts say unless your child has a medical reason to avoid vaccines, it's a bad idea.
It could someday be a really important tool in the fight against skin cancer. Researchers at Northwestern University say they have a device that could warn you when you're getting sunburned.
Scientists are a step closer to finding out which women are at high risk for a destructive form of breast cancer.
E-cigarette sales in the US have soared as prices have fallen.
What began as a sinus infection turned into a terrifying search for a diagnosis for Tony Rougeau.
Two Intercept teams hit the streets on August 13, and they will work in two shifts, day and night.
We are told the situation did not affect any other hospital utilities, such as the air handling system.
Doctors say tick bites are helping trigger a once rare allergy, leaving patients unable to eat red meat.
Remember the term "helicopter parents"? They hovered over their kid's every move, controlled every decision. Now experts say those kids are now helicopter caregivers to their parents.
Car crash leaves man's skull completely severed from his spine...but still alive.
An Australian study shows deaths caused by severe heatwaves will rise steadily over the next 60 years.
A study of from the University of Michigan finds pressuring kids to eat things they don't want to eat... Is useless.
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