What criminalized abortion looked like in Texas before 1973, and what it may look like after 2022.
Across the country, medical boards allow abusive doctors to keep seeing patients. And patients addicted to opioids keep going back.
The third installment of our series following ordinary Texans through extraordinary times.
Patients, doctors and former employees claim Modern Vascular, the national arterial disease treatment chain with four Texas locations, pushes unnecessary treatments and patients suffer.
They used their car to stay warm when a winter storm brought down the Texas power grid. In a state that doesn't require carbon monoxide alarms in homes, they had no warning they were poisoning themselves.
Medicare Covered Her Medication for a Decade. Now, She Could be Spending Thousands Each Month For Migraine Relief.
A federal judge in Austin recently denied a patient’s appeal asking Medicare to cover the skyrocketing cost of her prescription.
Texas is facing a rural health care crisis. How many doctors are in your county?
Physician Marty Makary’s new book shows how sky-high medical bills can ruin patients’ lives—but puts the burden on individuals to demand change.
Rural East Texas has some of the highest suicide rates in the state. But the safety net for people who need help is being stretched thin, and some Texans are falling through.
Forty years after the immunologist testified at the Texas Legislature in favor of teaching evolution, state leaders are still debating its inclusion in school curriculums.