New WHO Study Shows Long Work Hours Can Lead To Increased Risk Of DeathA new global study shows working long hours is a serious health hazard that kills hundreds of thousands of people each year.
Raise A Cup And Celebrate International Coffee Day!Tuesday was National Coffee Day. Here's another reason to celebrate, today is International Coffee Day!
Uncle Ben's Joins Aunt Jemima In Evolving Brand's Identity, 'Now Is The Right Time'Texas-based Uncle Ben’s is following in Aunt Jemima's footsteps in evolving its visual brand identity.
Aunt Jemima Brand, With Texas Connection, Acknowledges Racist PastQuaker Oats is retiring the more than 130-year-old Aunt Jemima brand and logo, acknowledging its origins are based on a racial stereotype, one with Texas roots to a real person.
After 286 Days In Dallas Hospital Discharged Stroke Victim Wants TacosA Dallas man got to go home from the hospital after being there since last August.
Coronavirus Fears Have North Texans Avoiding Emergency CareTexas Health says it has seen a decline in ER patients not related to COVID-19, and local EMS providers have seen a decrease in people calling 911.
Coronavirus In Texas: Less People Going To ER For Fear Of COVID-19 ExposureWhen they do go in, for everything from chest pain to general sickness, emergency physicians said they are seeing some patients at a more advanced stage of illness.
Heart Health: Experts Weigh In About StrokesStroke is the number five cause of death and leading cause of disability in the United States. It can happen to anyone at any age.
'Riverdale', '90210' Actor Luke Perry Dead At 52Actor Luke Perry, best known for his star-making turn on the 90s TV show, “Beverly Hills, 90210,” has died after suffering a stroke last week.
Dallas Police Honor First Responders, Medical Staff Who Helped Save Officer’s LifeThe Dallas Police Department honored the first responders and medical staff who helped save the life of an officer earlier this month at a press conference on Wednesday.
Aspirin Disappoints For Avoiding First Heart Attack, StrokeWhen it comes to taking a low-dose aspirin every day the risks don't outweigh the benefits for most folks who have never had a heart attack, stroke or other heart problems.
Study Says An Egg A Day Might Reduce Heart Disease RiskDaily egg eaters had an 18 percent lower risk of dying from cardiovascular disease, according to the research published Monday in a medical heart health journal.
Robotic Exo-Skeleton Helps Stroke, Spinal Cord Patients Back On Their FeetThe staff and clinicians at Texas Rehabilitation Hospital in Fort Worth have gone high-tech when it comes to helping stroke and spinal cord injury patients.
Televangelist Pat Robertson Recovering After Suffering StrokeTelevangelist Pat Robertson is recovering after suffering an embolic stroke.
Randy Travis Loses Legal Bid To Keep DUI Footage PrivateA federal judge has denied a request by country singer Randy Travis to stop the state of Texas from releasing footage of him naked and ranting during a 2012 DUI arrest.