A Houston doctor accused of spreading "dangerous misinformation" related to COVID-19 has slapped Houston Methodist Hospital with a lawsuit.
The nursing shortage is reaching critical levels across the nation and here at home. We are getting an in-depth look at what is going inside our hospitals.
President Joe Biden directed his team to double its procurement of at-home COVID-19 tests to be delivered for free to Americans, along with N95 masks.
Most abortions would be banned in Florida after 15 weeks of pregnancy under bills filed Tuesday by Republicans on the first day of the state’s annual legislative session.
A human donor saved the life of 15-year-old Wilfre Mercedes. Today, after doctors successfully transplanted a pig's heart into a human patient, Mercedes is hopeful thousands of others on transplant waiting lists can go on living, just like he did.
California health authorities announced over the weekend that hospital staff members who test positive but are symptom-free can continue working. Some hospitals in Rhode Island and Arizona have likewise told employees they can stay on the job if they have no symptoms or just mild ones.
Biogen cut the annual price per patient of its controversial new Alzheimer's drug, Aduhelm, from $56,000 to $28,200
The Supreme Court is hearing arguments about the vaccine-or-testing requirement for large employers and a separate mandate for health care workers.
Former Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes was convicted on four counts of fraud and conspiracy Monday, ending a lengthy trial that has captivated Silicon Valley.
The first person in the U.S. to get a COVID-19 vaccine, New York nurse Sandra Lindsay, has since become a prominent face in the vaccination campaign.
A mom is sharing her diagnosis of lung cancer to make sure you know it can happen to young adults, who have never smoked before. She travels from Oklahoma to MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston to fight the disease.
Vyera Pharmaceuticals, once owned by “Pharma Bro" Martin Shkreli, will pay $40 million to settle allegations it increased the price of a life-saving medication by 4,000%.
President Joe Biden pushed his “Build Back Better” agenda, focusing on how provisions of the spending bill would lower the cost of prescription drugs for many.
A new partnership is taking on the pervasive issue of sexual assaults on Houston-area college campuses, bringing victims on-demand help and providing measures to prevent sexual assaults.
Federal inspectors say one of Houston’s hospital systems failed repeatedly to ensure the health and safety of its patients. And as a result, United Memorial Medical Center will lose its Medicare and Medicaid contract starting Dec. 11.
Flu season is in full swing on fortunately as we start to spend more time indoors, even though it comes around every year, there are still common myths. FOX 26 consults a local doctor for clarification.
The Supreme Court justices plan to issue at least one opinion Monday on the Texas abortion law that went into effect Sept. 1.
President Biden declared “Antibiotic Awareness Week” from Nov. 18-24, aiming to raise awareness about the dangers of misuse and overuse of antibiotics.
A dramatic story about a woman, who spent more than three months in a coma from COVID-19. A The Woodlands hospital used a high-tech treatment to save her life!
A couple was thrilled to find out they were having a baby, after dealing with 10-years of infertility, but that excitement was soon overshadowed by fear when they learned their baby had spina bifida.