Cindy Zolnierek, CEO of the Texas Nurses Association, discusses how the 87th Legislature will impact the healthcare industry.
The FDA approved the first new drug for Alzheimer’s disease in nearly 20 years, despite some warnings from independent advisers.
Travis County GOP Executive Director Brian Ruddle and Diana Gomez from Progress Texas share their opinions on the new law that would ban abortions as early as 6 weeks.
The new Texas abortion law is set to take effect in September, but federal courts have mostly blocked states from enforcing similar abortion restrictions.
After giving away more than 860,000 free pairs of shoes last year, Crocs is once again offering healthcare workers a free pair of shoes through May 14.
On this Mother's Day, a daughter saw the hard work her mother did while she was growing up, and has a gift for her in return to show her appreciation.
Ana Drummond’s work during the COVID-19 pandemic led to her being recognized by the Texas Nurses Association during National Nurses Week.
As America inches toward recovery amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, take some time during National Nurses Week to show appreciation and share these freebies and discounts with your favorite nurse.
Former candidate for Texas governor Wendy Davis was among those voicing their opposition to the bill.
Medical providers in Tennessee would be required to cremate or bury fetal remains from surgical abortions under legislation advanced by the GOP-controlled House on Monday.
The hospital, which will be located at 9835 North Lake Creek Parkway, will offer expanded pediatric, fetal, and Ob/Gyn care in the Central Texas area.
The Round Rock Police Department is collecting expired and unwanted prescription drugs as part of National Prescription Drug Take Back Day.
With a deadly pandemic still lingering, lawmakers in the Texas House have turned their attention to improving access to doctors, healing drugs and vital therapies.
Moderna’s Chief Medical Officer Tal Zaks said the company should be able to provide booster shots for protection against COVID-19 variants by the end of 2021.
State Rep. James Talarico (D-Round Rock) joins Rebecca Thomas to talk about House Bill 40, which would cap out-of-pocket costs for insulin.
State Rep. James Talarico, the primary author of HB 40, revealed he almost died before being diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes in 2018.
A Troy woman said her medical chart included a diagnosis that hasn't been used in decades.
The amendment to House Bill 2140, which was passed by a Senate committee on March 31, would ban nearly all abortions because a heartbeat can often be detected as early as six weeks before many women know they are pregnant, and does not make an exception for cases of rape or incest.
Some of the 2,260 adolescents in Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine study included patients from Austin Regional Clinic.
The legislation does not create mandates for private clinics but would require larger providers to set up Workplace Violence Prevention Committees.