The World Health Organization estimated that about 15 million people died as a result of either COVID-19 or its impact on the healthcare system in 2020 and 2021.Read more
It’s an all-too-common situation in a short-tempered, COVID-weary world.Read more
Canadian musical ‘Come from Away’ will return to the Music Hall at Fair Park nearly two years after the pandemic forced it to close the curtains after only three performances.Read more
My husband is an Eagle Scout, so he is always prepared.Read more
With the world threatened by an ongoing pandemic and the potential for war in Eastern Europe, U.S. Rep. Collin Allred, D-Dallas, visited Ukraine and returned with a mild case of COVID-19.Read more
Many families balanced work with teaching their children at home when the COVID-19 pandemic caused schools and businesses to shutter in March of 2020.Read more
Zachary Dreyfuss tackles the difficult conversations with patients’ relatives.Read more
Superintendent Hinojosa announced Friday that Dallas ISD’s mask mandate will remain in effect until Martin Luther King Day, which falls on Jan. 17.
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COVID vaccinations for younger children could bring holidays closer to normal.
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The family of Carol Wilson Watkins remembers a mother and grandmother who died early in pandemic in the first of our ongoing series, “Pandemic Made Personal.”
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A recent study published concluded children may play a larger role than originally thought in transmitting COVID-19.
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