Top 5 Surprisingly Good Effects Of CaffeineThe caffeine in your morning cup of coffee could actually be good for your brain.
Study: Young Athletes Take Longer To Recover From ConcussionsA new nationwide study by Nationwide Children's Hospital found that soccer injuries are on the rise, increasing by 78 percent each year.
UTSW Researchers: Brain Differences Hold New Clues To ObesityFollowing bariatric surgery, researchers found that the brain activity of obese patients began to more closely resemble that of lean patients.
New Technology Used For First Time In Texas To Successfully Transplant "Unusable" LungsUT Southwestern surgeons became the first in Texas to transplant lungs tested and refurbished with new technology knowns as ex-vivo lung perfusion (EVLP).
Brain of Plano Teen Examined After He Killed His Mother, BrotherDoctors at UT Southwestern Medical Center will now examine the brain of 19 year old McCann Utu, who killed his mother and brother in their Plano home on April 8th.
Dallas Psychology Doctor Says Education Opened Up An Unknown Field"I had great mentorship and role models in my education who opened up a field that I did not even know existed until I took a college course in health psychology," said Dr. Jamie Becker.
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.
Stars' Peverley Out For Season After CollapseDallas Stars forward Rich Peverley will not play again this season after he collapsed on the bench during a game earlier this week.
Lung Donation Recipient Meets Donor FamilyNo one should ever have to bury their child, but one Waco family can take comfort in the fact that they fulfilled his last wishes.
Family: 50 Years For Killer, Life Sentence For UsTuesday morning, family and friends of murdered North Texas mother Karen Smith had the chance to address her killer in court. Karen Smith was shot to death in a parking garage at UT Southwestern Medical Center in January 2013.
Studying The Effects Of Concussions On Young AthletesThe pressure to play hard is the norm for so many young athletes. Yet sometimes, the intensity of the game can push students too far, leading to a serious injury like a concussion.
Peers Pitch In To Help Sick Southlake FirefighterFrom his hospital bed at UT Southwestern’s St. Paul University Hospital in Dallas, Randy Potter looks over at his helmet. It’s got the number 479 on it and it’s the one he uses when he’s fighting fires.