Medical News

The Texas Medical Association is still pushing for support of a bill that would ensure immunization records in Texas are being kept. Dr. King also says parents need to know what percentage of kids are immunized in the schools their children attend, “…because once you get to a...
Tests involving new cholesterol-lowering drugs look promising and an Austin cardiologist tells KLBJ's Perry Watson what that means and when they might be available. Dr. Picone says FDA approval could also come as late as next year.
A new hospital is set to open in Round Rock's Medical Center. (additional information from St. David's Healthcare) “We have long been committed to providing our community with the best cardiac care close to home,” Deborah Ryle, chief executive officer of St. David’s Round Rock...
A local pediatrician talks about a new study that makes a surprising discovery about the effects of bullying.
The recent discovery of Listeria in Blue Bell Ice Cream gives state lawmakers something else to think about as they consider a bill that would expand the sale of raw milk.
A Central Texas doctor says if you have heartburn on a regular basis, you could be suffering from a condition that could lead to something much worse...even deadly.
According to a study just released, staying married could keep some women from having a heart attack and an Austin cardiologist tells KLBJ's Perry Watson why that may be the case. Dr. Geisler also has more good news for men: there's also proof that married men live longer than...
A new study show eight and nine-year-olds, as well as teens, are dealing with a problem often associated with college and professional baseball players. An Austin doctor tells KLBJ's Perry Watson what's causing it. Dr. Smith says the injuries and pain kids deal with have to do...