Can healthy food really taste good? Stacy Stowers says yes, and she tours the country to meet with new families, showing them how to incorporate healthy meals into their diets.
At least one North Texas school district has turned up its nose at the new federal lunch program.
Miles Austin wishes he’d kept a journal of how he felt during each of his eight training camps with the Dallas Cowboys.
Bands, drums and cheerleaders were on hand in downtown Fort Worth Thursday. The celebration was meant to try and get office workers to take an on the job 15-minute fitness break.
With the flu bug is biting early this year, educators are also tasked with helping students stay healthy.
Lose weight, live longer… right? But a recent report from the National Center for Health Statistics found that this is not always true. It’s been dubbed the “obesity paradox.”
Last year Baylor Health Care System made the decision to remove sugary drinks and fatty food from cafeterias and vending machines. Today those changes are evident at many Baylor locations and looming at others.
Some of the healthiest people in the state live right here in North Texas.
A month after being widely criticized for revealing she has diabetes — as well as a lucrative endorsement deal for a drug to treat it — Paula Deen says she’s ready to show a lighter side to her famously fatty Southern-style cooking.
Area food banks feeding low-income families on Thanksgiving has become as much an annual tradition as a roasted turkey. But the Tarrant Area Food Bank is cooking up more than just meals for families; it’s part of a national program offering residents cooking classes.