Dallas Designer Encourages Women In STEM Fields With Science Based Clothing LineA North Texas native has designed a clothing line to encourage women who make their careers in the science, technology, engineering, and math fields.
7-Year-Old Double Amputee Shines At GymnasticsAutumn Fought is a little girl from West Texas who has overcome some big obstacles to participate in the physically demanding sport of gymnastics.
Chinese Doctors Use Baylor Cardiac Rehab As Model ProgramA team of health professionals from China is spending six weeks in Dallas studying the program for cardiac rehab at Baylor Health.
Family Seeks Heirloom Wedding Dress Accidentally Sold At Estate SaleA mother and daughter are desperately looking for an heirloom wedding dress accidentally sold at an Arlington estate sale.
Thief Destroys Teen's "Back The Blue" Lemonade StandA thief tried to stop a 14-year-old Denton girl from a fundraiser for the families of fallen police officers.
Heart, Joan Jett, Cheap Trick Join Forces For Rock & Roll TourLive Nation announced Thursday that Heart, Joan Jett & the Blackhearts and Cheap Trick are part of the 'Three For All Tour.' It kicks off July 14th
Drug May Lower Heart Damage In Breast Cancer PatientsMany cancer treatments can damage the heart. New research suggests that this risk might be lowered in women with breast tumors if they take a heart drug as a preventive measure during their cancer care.
Texas House Mandates EKG Tests For High School AthletesThe Texas House has preliminarily approved requiring high school athletes to undergo electrocardiogram testing for possible degenerative heart problems before participating in campus sports.
Dallas ME Returns Okla. Execution Inmate's Body Without Heart The body of an Oklahoma inmate who died after a botched execution of what corrections officials have said was an apparent heart attack was returned from an independent autopsy without the heart or larynx, a state medical official said Monday.
Scientists Try 3-D Printer To Build Human Heart It may sound far-fetched, but scientists are attempting to build a human heart with a 3-D printer. Ultimately, the goal is to create a new heart for a patient with their own cells that could be transplanted.
Dallas Stars Players React To Peverley's CollapseWatching as a Dallas Stars player collapsed on the bench during a game was tough for fans, but even harder for Rich Peverley's teammates.
Irregular Heart Rhythms Not UncommonThe collapse of Dallas Stars Hockey player Richard Peverley from an apparent irregular heartbeat issue has brought a surprising statistic to light: that one in four older Americans will likely develop atrial fibrillation.