Study: Long-Term Spaceflight Could Permanently Increase Astronaut Brain VolumeThis new study suggests that long-term spaceflight can permanently cause changes in brain volume and deform the pituitary gland.
Texas Flu Patients Play Role In Research To Make Vaccine More EffectiveDr. Manjusha Gaglani helped author the study showing the vaccine performed well this season with a 55% effectiveness rate in children.
New Texas A&M Study Shows How Much Time, Money North Texans Spend DrivingIf you feel like you have wasted hours of your life sitting in traffic, you are right — About 67 hours a year, to be exact.
Pooch Study Launches In Texas: 10,000 Canines Needed For Aging ResearchThe research formally launched in Texas and now scientists are looking for 10,000 pets for the largest-ever study of aging in canines. Find out how to nominate your dog.
Dallas Police Chief Renee Hall Returns To Work Following Medical LeaveAfter taking an extensive leave of absence, Dallas Police Chief U. Renee Hall is back at work Monday morning.
6 North Texas Cities Rank In Top 10 Of ‘Hardest-Working’ In America, Survey SaysAccording to a recent study, six North Texas cities rank among America’s top “hardest-working” cities.
Study: Some ADHD Drugs Increase The Risk Of Psychosis In Young PeopleA new study found that some prescribed ADHD medications may cause psychosis in teens and young adults.
Study: 3 Or More Eggs A Day Increases Your Risk Of Heart Disease, Early DeathPeople who eat three or four eggs a day have a higher risk of both heart disease and early death compared to those who eat fewer eggs, according to new research.
Bat Signal: Lighting Bugs' Glow Tells Bats They Taste TerribleFireflies flash not just for sex, but survival, a new study suggests.
Study: Harvey Pollution Levels Likely Higher Than ReportedAn environmental report says the steep drop could have resulted from Gov. Abbott's decision to suspend state environmental reporting rules.
CDC Report: Suicide Rates Up More Than 25% Across The U.S.According to a new report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, suicide rates nationwide have been steadily increasing -- more than 25-percent since 1999.