For a little while this summer, 6-year-old Elise Cunha got to be kid. Not just the kind of kid that gets to swim and play, but also the kind that gets to eat her food without weighing it or worrying about it.
The social media exposure is skyrocketing for a Plano family trying to reach out to the band One Direction. Now, the Wilson family’s mission has grown into an even bigger cause.
Dr. Crystal Foster talks about some of the latest medical headlines including a jump in diabetes cases, kids drinking energy drinks, and the so-called ‘pregnancy brain’ phenomenon.
Kelly Wilson lost her 15-year-old sister Nicole on Saturday. She’s asking One Direction, her sister’s favorite band, to pay tribute to her in Dallas in August.
In the midst of the diabetes epidemic, a glimmer of good news: Heart attacks, strokes and other complications from the disease are plummeting.
A Keller man claims that he was discriminated against because of his age and disability while working as a manager for Wal-Mart, and the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has filed a lawsuit on his behalf.
At the Sellers’ home Joshua, 7, is happily playing catch with Checkem his black lab. The two look out for each other but Checkem does more than just play around with Joshua.
There are all types of events happening across North Texas today. In one area of Dallas the Lake Highlands Art & Play Festival offered a number of family friendly events and a race all benefiting one children’s organization.
Deep-fried foods may be causing trouble in the Deep South. People whose diets are heavy on them and sugary drinks like sweet tea and soda were more likely to suffer a stroke, a new study finds.
A Cleburne teenager was hit with a TASER by police while he was having a medical emergency, and the incident was caught on tape.
Don’t be fooled by the name: Skinny the cat is one hefty feline. And all 41 pounds of her needs a home.
Usually being obese means a higher chance of developing health problems. But, a new study shows that it is possible to be fat and fit – and also to be at no greater risk for some chronic diseases.