North Texas Researchers: Food Preservatives Could Make You LazyThe research focuses on inorganic phosphates, which are added to foods like cereals, packaged snacks and sodas.
North Texas 7-Year-Old With Rare Disease Defies Odds This ChristmasA North Texas family is running out of time to find a cure for their sons' rare illness.
Texas Failing To Track Concussion Data For All High School AthletesWhile one in three Texas schools agreed to report their concussions to the project, far fewer have actually done it. Only 6 percent of schools are currently reporting their injuries.
UT Southwestern Celebrates 'Big Bang' Breakthrough in Alzheimer's ResearchDoctors at UT-Southwestern's O'Donnell Brain Institute have detected what they believe are changes in a single molecule that could act as the starting point for the deadly, memory-stealing disease.
Pulling Together: Boy Bravely Confronts Cancer Diagnosis -- TwiceRhabdomyosarcoma. It's a big name for a cancer that impacts young children. An eight-year-old boy, confronted with that diagnosis, bravely fought this disease while never giving up.
UT Southwestern Professor Killed Trying To Cross Highway On FootA UT Southwestern professor and father of two was killed when he tried to cross the highway on foot this weekend.
UT Southwestern: Even Small Weight Gain Can Hurt Your HeartGaining a little bit of weight can hurt your heart, UT Southwestern says.
Decades Later, Breast Cancer Diagnosis Helps Doctors Find A Silent KillerSusanne Calabrette never considered that breast cancer would save her life. But, it did.
Woman Receives Heart-Liver TransplantAndie Kay Joyner beat the odds with help from dedicated doctors.
Dallas Designer Encourages Women In STEM Fields With Science Based Clothing LineA North Texas native has designed a clothing line to encourage women who make their careers in the science, technology, engineering, and math fields.
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.