Ex-Texas Police Officer Gets 10 Years For Having Child PornA former Texas police officer has been sentenced to the maximum 10 years in federal prison for possession of child pornography.
Dallas Psychologist Encourages Aspiring Students To Explore All Options"If you are considering getting your doctorate, make sure you evaluate multiple programs to see what would be a great fit for you," encourages Dr. Mary Lazarus.
Former Dallas Hospital Imploded, Makes Way For New PlansThe University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center's implosion of St. Paul University Hospital happened Sunday morning.
Dallas Psychiatry Professor Finds Reward In Helping Others"The biggest reward is being invited into someone’s life and having the opportunity to positively impact the trajectory of their future," says Dr. Meredith Chapman.
Fatal Shooting In Dallas Medical DistrictLaw enforcement officials are investigating a fatal shooting in the Dallas medical district.
A Higher Degree Is A Higher Calling For Dallas Psychologist"[Continuing education] is really not about how smart you are; it is about your goals, ambition and perseverance," says Dr. Sonia Schwalen.
North Texans Endure Triple-Digit Heat For Research StudyA team of researchers at the Institute for Exercise and Environmental Medicine are studying the effects of heat stress on older adults.
Dallas Child Psychologist Weighs The Value Of Advanced EducationDr. Nicholas J. Westers is a child psychologist at Children’s Medical Center in Dallas and assistant professor of psychiatry at UT Southwestern Medical Center. Westers is an expert in helping adolescents deal with non-suicidal self-injury.
New Evidence Into Concussions Uncovered In DallasConcussions in former NFL players are suspected to lead to brain changes later in life. That’s the preliminary finding of a study that UT Southwestern Medical Center is calling a “first” of its kind.
Breast Cancer Surgeon In Dallas Teaches The Importance Of EducationAt the tender age of four, Dr. Roshni Rao went around to her family members and gave them imaginary shots telling them that this will make them better.
U.S. Hospitals Improvise Ebola Defenses, At A CostWhat does it take to Ebola-proof a hospital? Over the past few months, U.S. medical centers have spent millions of dollars putting together a plan to treat patients with the scary, but extremely rare disease.
New North Texas Ebola Treatment Facility To Open WednesdayRight down the street from the home of Dan Hahn, doctors and nurses are moving in special equipment for a first of its kind Ebola treatment facility. It'll be housed inside the Methodist Campus for Continuing Care.