Posted: 6:30 PM Fruit is free under the latest Weight Watchers plan. The weight-loss giant is replacing its Points plan with a new system called PointsPlus.
Updated: 2:28 PM Sleep for many of us is luxury like a delicious, decadent dessert that we can't get enough of and when we do get it we only want more. But unlike that dessert, not getting enough sleep can actually kill you. News 3's Nicole Morten takes us on a journey through the dreams of the those living a nightmare.
Updated: 8:56 AM As the Vatican expands on Pope Benedict's remarks about condoms, it's making it clear that there is, in fact, a shift in church teaching on the issue.
Updated: 11:11 AM Cancer touches almost every person, whether it's the person themselves, their family or their friends. But more and more, treatments are coming out, and people are surviving and living long lives.
Updated: 1:16 AM Scott, Rhys and Rusty decided they wanted to help those in need, so they set out on a cross country run.
Updated: 11:01 PM Local retailers are being asked to stop selling alcoholic drinks with caffeine, such as Four Loko. That comes after the Food and Drug Administration sent letters to the manufacturers saying the added caffeine make the drinks unsafe.
Updated: 8:35 PM A calorie-swapping trend is coming to light, drunkorexia.
Updated: 9:14 PM The makers of alcoholic energy drinks are on notice.
Updated: 10:58 PM Female workers with stressful jobs were more likely than women with less job strain to suffer a heart attack or a stroke or to have clogged arteries, a big federally funded study found.
Updated: 11:10 PM According to a memo obtained by News 3 from Lt. General Joseph Weber to faculty and staff of Texas A&M, a student at the university has been hospitalized after being diagnosed as having contracted bacterial meningitis.
Posted: 10:36 AM Everyone from regular joe's to high profile athletes wear them, and yet, the proof behind the product is a bit unclear.
Posted: 5:43 PM There is an overwhelming amount of choice when it comes to supplements. For many consumers, the question becomes where to start?
Updated: 11:09 AM When it comes to breast cancer, there are a number of theories and thoughts floating around. KBTX's medical contributor was on Brazos Valley This Morning Thursday to set the record straight on some.
Updated: 6:25 PM Corpses, cancer patients and diseased lungs. They're some of the images the federal government plans for larger, graphic warning labels that will take up half of each cigarette package.
Updated: 9:41 AM St. Joseph Regional Health Center is #1 in the state of Texas for overall orthopedic services.
Posted: 1:44 PM Researchers in Canada have found a way to turn a person's skin into blood.
Posted: 1:39 PM A new study finds new mothers who breastfeed their babies get just much sleep as mothers who bottle-feed with formula.
Updated: 1:40 PM Children with high blood pressure may be at higher risk for learning problems.
Posted: 4:34 PM Texas Gov. Rick Perry says the federal government must reduce spending, and as part of that, he'd like it to leave health care up to the states.