Teaching Kids How To Properly Carry Backpack Weight
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Teaching Kids How To Properly Carry Backpack WeightTeaching Kids How To Properly Carry Backpack Weight
Mineral Leaders Take No Action On 'Sanctuary City For Unborn' ProposalA North Texas city that planned to turn itself into a sanctuary for the unborn is walking back those plans. Leaders in Mineral Wells are abandoning the proposal that would have essentially banned abortions in their community.
Roanoke And Highland Park Killing Mosquitoes Before West Nile Virus ArrivesWest Nile virus is not showing up in many mosquitoes just yet, but some cities are not waiting for those positive tests before taking action.
CBS 11 I-Team Takes Hard Look At LASIKThe CBS 11 I-Team obtained nearly 500 complaints since 2015 sent to the Food and Drug Administration regarding the corrective eye procedures.
Fort Worth Mayor Credits Exercise For Part Of Her SuccessFort Worth Mayor Betsy Price has a game plan for handling the demands of the job. When she's out of the office, she's not a couch potato at home, she's a woman on the move.
12-Year-Old Pays It Forward At Children's Hospital In Texas12-Year-Old Pays It Forward At Children's Hospital In Texas
Some Calling School Nurse Shortage A National CrisisOnly three out of five schools across the country have full-time school nurses often forcing school administrators, with no medical training, to step in and provide some level of care.
Dallas County Health And Human Services Confirms First Measles Case In Dallas Since 2017The patient had been exposed to another confirmed measles case from Tarrant County at their mutual workplace in Dallas County in March.
Measles Case Confirmed, Search Ongoing For Kroger Shoppers Exposed To DiseaseThe new case comes at a time when the number of measles cases continues to grow. The CDC confirmed at least 268 cases in the United States thus far in 2019.
DCCCD Mobile Food Pantry To Visit CampusesCollege students who are food insecure those who go without nutritious food or face hunger on a regular basis miss meals, can do poorly in class and even face dropping out to go to work and feed their families. In spring 2018, more than 22,000 Dallas County Community College District students were identified as food insecure.
Measles Case Confirmed In Collin CountyThe Collin County Health Department said an adult who recently traveled internationally has the virus.
Heart Disease in WomenCardiovascular disease is the No. 1 killer of women but doesn’t affect all women alike, and the warning signs for women aren’t the same in men. Know your risk factors. The American Heart Association’s signature women’s initiative, Go Red for Women is a comprehensive platform designed to increase women’s heart health awareness and serve as a catalyst for change to improve the lives of women globally.
Heart Disease – Go Red For WomenGo Red for Women, is a comprehensive platform designed to increase women’s heart health awareness and serve as a catalyst for change to improve the lives of women globally.
Heart Disease – Surviving A Heart AttackMeet a woman who survived not one, but two heart attacks in just four days. Hear her story of survival.
Heart Disease and Food InsecurityWhen people lack access to healthy food, they are at a higher risk of developing chronic diseases such as type 2 diabetes and heart disease.
Salmonella Concerns Cause General Mills Flour RecallThe 5-pound bags have a "better if used by" date of April 20, 2020 and the UPC code 000-16000-19610-0. Customers should discard the product.
A New Study Says Recalls Of Hazardous Meat And Poultry Up 83 PercentRecalls of hazardous meat and poultry have gone up by more than 80 percent in the last six years, according to a new report.
Blue Zones Project – Power 9The answer to living a long life might just come down to 9 things.
Coach Carlisle, Ginger Allen & Pancreatic Cancer ResearchCoach Carlisle, Ginger Allen & Pancreatic Cancer Research
Weather 101: Mountain Cedar PollenMountain Cedar pollen is an annual certainty in North Texas that typically peaks in January, but the invasion this year has already started.
Science Of Fear: The Upside To Stepping Into A Haunted HouseExperts say fear can actually be a form of therapy and can be a bonding experience when with a group.
North Texas Children Among Those With Rare Polio-Like IllnessCases of a rare polio-like illness that are turning up across the country are also appearing here in North Texas. There have been dozens of cases of acute flaccid myelitis (AFM) in the U.S. this year, including three at Cook Children's Medical Center in Fort Worth.
Free Mobile Hospital Opens For 3-Day Run In Fort WorthHundreds of people were lined up before sunrise Wednesday morning outside of the Will Rogers Memorial Center in Fort Worth. Starting at 7:00 a.m. they will be receiving a variety of medical services free of charge.
Plano ISD Parents & Students Watching For Measles SymptomsPlano ISD Parents & Students Watching For Measles Symptoms
Cowboys Center Diagnosed With Guillain-Barre SyndromeTravis Frederick announced Wednesday he was diagnosed with the auto immune disease, Guillain-Barre Syndrome.
With The Start Of School DISD Prepares To Feed 150,000Four days from now thousands of students in Dallas head back to school and preparations are already underway to make sure they're served healthy, tasty meals.
Focus On Nutrition As Students In The DISD Head Back To ClassFour days from now thousands of students in Dallas head back to school and preparations are already underway to make sure they're served healthy, tasty meals. CBS 11 News went to the Marisa Luna kitchen for Dallas Independent School District Food and Child Nutrition Services to get a look at how the district is preparing to feed some 150,000 students.
Fort Worth School Nurses Learning How To 'Stop The Bleed'Students in Fort Worth have a few more days to enjoy their summer vacation. But school nurses on Thursday will be attending class, learning how to 'Stop the Bleed.'
New Health Warning Advises Children To Limit Screen TimeThe American Heart Association has issued a new warning about the potential health dangers of too much screen time for children. Kids should have no more than two hours each day, the group recommends.