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An Austin doctor reacts to the death of the second Ebola patient on American soil.
A Harvard study finds the condition that's been known to affect women affects men as well. Dr. Koval says the older you are, the morbidity goes up and someone 70 or 75 who has a fracture and does recover, doesn’t recover nearly as well from it. He says the study shows that men...
Beginning Saturday, as part of the Affordable Care Act, people without health insurance can sign up at the marketplace, but a new study shows few eligible people know that.
When open enrollment under the Affordable Care Act gets underway on Saturday, some local artists hope they're able to remove their names from the list of the uninsured in Texas.
The open enrollment season under the Affordable Care Act starts later this week and as KLBJ's Perry Watson reports...there's some good news for those looking to get health insurance coverage. Colvin (pictured above) also notes that the Highland Mall location will be open this...
Two organizations are inviting the public to take some small steps toward making big changes in their health and get some free medical advice in the process.
State health officials and the state of Texas reach what's being referred to a milestone: the Ebola monitoring endpoint. KLBJ's Perry Watson explains.
If you plan to visit a patient at Dell Children's Medical Center in the coming months, you'll have to contend with some new rules, especially during flu season. Dr. Hauger says hospital personnel will greet visitors with questions about their health. If they are found to be...
Austin and Travis County health officials are looking for the public's input in order to move forward with a plan to improve the health of local residents. For more information, visit http://www.austintexas.gov/news/community-health-improvement-plan-forum .