Posted: 7:58 AM It's one of the leading causes of death, and hundreds of thousands of people will suffer them each year, but catching signs of strokes in yourself or others could be the key to recovery.
Updated: 10:56 AM AUSTIN, Texas – The Texas House of Representatives is expected to soon vote on joining with other states in a formal agreement called an “interstate compact” related to federal health care programs.
Updated: 4:18 PM The College Station Medical Center was notified Monday that it has received Cycle III Chest Pain accreditation from the Society of Chest Pain Centers (SCPS).
Updated: 8:49 AM KBTX Medical Contributor Dr. Alan Xenakis from the Texas A&M Health Science Center joined Brazos Valley This Morning for an Early Morning House Call. The topic was strokes.
Posted: 10:38 AM Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster says Congress overstepped its constitutional powers when it mandated that most Americans should have health insurance or pay a penalty.
Posted: 10:56 AM A Texas A&M University-led team is providing mental health services to rural residents who might not otherwise have such vital assistance because of their remote locations.
Updated: 7:17 PM Doctor's Notes from Dr. Alan Xenakis on staph infections.
Posted: 3:58 PM The College Station Medical Center is proud to announce that Ajay Mitter, M.D., has earned a Physician’s Recognition Award with Commendation from the American Medical Association (AMA)
Updated: 12:06 AM What's for dinner? This week's restaurant scores should help you decide...
Updated: 8:58 AM How significant is obesity, including in Texas? That's the question at the heart of an upcoming event locally, and also the subject the latest Early Morning House Call.
Posted: 10:13 PM A New Jersey man who says he suffered permanent heart damage after drinking the alcohol- and caffeine-laced Four Loko beverage is suing its manufacturer.
Updated: 8:17 AM Recent reports suggest Texas medical schools will need twice as many graduates over the next 14 years to care for a growing and aging population.
Updated: 8:59 AM With legislators considering making it a criminal offense to administer medication to kids without parental permission, tonight we take a look at how even parents are making mistakes.
Updated: 9:50 AM Summer offers a horn plenty of nutritious foods, including berries, tomatoes, sweet bell peppers, and protein-filled grilled fish. When we select the right ones, we add to our daily diet strategies that help prevent or reduce common summer afflictions:
Updated: 6:42 PM Johnson Elementary hold the record for local schools with 19 straight perfect scores.
Updated: 6:54 PM Last year 2,154 babies were born at St. Joseph.