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Healthy Cookbook Made By Teens, For Teens

March is National Nutrition Month, and a North Texas hospital is celebrating by sponsoring the publishing of a new cookbook which helps teach kids how to eat healthier.

03/20/2013

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Richardson 7-Year-Old Battling Extremely Rare Disease

Seven year old Nicole Hall is small for her age. Even her five year old sister stands taller than her.

CBS 11–01/25/2013

CBS Blood Drive

CBS DFW Blood Drive To Support American Red Cross

The Red Cross sent blood to northeast hospitals as the winds from Hurricane Sandy started to die down. Now they need to restock the nation’s emergency supply of life giving blood in a time of year when it’s always difficult to keep supplies up.

CBSDFW.COM–11/14/2012

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Medical City’s Tiny Tools Saving Tiny Twins

No one was sure how long Griffin Moore would survive. Born premature, weighing just three pounds, he had a life-threatening heart defect.

11/10/2012

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Coaches Credited With Saving Student’s Life

A couple of Garland High school coaches are credited with helping to save a player’s life after he collapsed during an indoor drill last week. It turns out, the student had an undiagnosed heart problem. Doctor’s at Medical City Children’s Hospital implanted a defibrillator in his chest.

04/26/2012

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Medical Advances Help North Texas Baby With Half A Heart

A tiny baby at a North Texas hospital is alive today because of the skilled hands of surgeons and the advances in medical science. The infant was born with a rare type of heart defect — he only has half a heart.

02/16/2012

MODEL TRAINS IN A MODEL GARDEN EXHIBIT

Train Charity Delivering Smiles For Sick Kids

With wide eyes and a big grin, John Mark Martin pulled his I-V pole into the playroom at Medical City Children’s Hospital in Dallas. In a hospital gown, with a bandaged right arm, he went straight toward the trains

12/22/2011

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