An attorney for Nathan Sutherland said the evidence should be tossed because Phoenix police officers didn’t get a warrant or have probable cause to take his client’s DNA and instead relied on a court order with a lesser standard of proof to gather the evidence.
Families of disabled Texans are asking for more priority to be given to the most vulnerable during weather events like the one Texas saw last week.
South Carolina’s new law banning most abortions was suspended by a federal judge Friday on its second day in effect.
As severe weather cripples Texas’ infrastructure many medical facilities have been left without power, water, phone and internet service.
Some hospitals in Texas were dealing with water shortages, loss of heat and have even been forced to evacuate patients following a deadly blast of winter weather this week.
Right now St. David's South Austin has fewer than 300 patients and is now working with the city to get patients who can be discharged home.
Health officials are advising women seeking mammograms to schedule the mammograms prior to receiving the first or second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.
Democrats in the South Carolina House of Representatives walked out to protest a bill that would ban nearly all abortions in the state. The bill is expected to pass easily and will head to the governor for his signature.
The measure adds a slew of other provisions to the state's already tough anti-abortion laws.
Dentists in Texas agree that putting off care for even a few months can increase the number of people in area hospitals.
Amid increasing evidence of lasting neurological effects from COVID-19, the National Institutes of Health said it has launched an online database in order to track these symptoms in hopes of better understanding how the coronavirus impacts the brain and nervous system.
President Biden signed an executive order today to help many people who lost or can't afford health insurance during the pandemic.
Dr. Pritesh Gandhi will serve as the principal adviser to the DHS secretary, the FEMA administrator, and DHS senior leadership on medical and public health issues.
President Joe Biden signed an executive order to reopen the HealthCare.gov insurance markets for a special sign-up opportunity geared to people needing coverage in the coronavirus pandemic.
For the past year, Dr. Aliza Norwood says COVID-19 has really worried her since she is in the healthcare industry and works directly with patients.
Starting Jan. 20, the APH COVID-19 dashboard will include the number of patients being cared for at the ACS as part of the daily updates.
Efforts to avoid experimenting on pregnant women in clinical trials are unintentionally making them part of an experiment in everyday life.
As hospitals across Texas experience a surge in COVID-19 cases, some doctors and nurses are trying to paint a better picture for those on the outside.
This comes as there is not only a surge to face but a new variant of the coronavirus called B117, which has made its way to Harris County.
The two retail pharmacy chains announced that their COVID-19 vaccine efforts are underway at skilled nursing facilities, which require a higher acuity of patient care.