Even if you’re not a soccer fan — or sports fan for that matter — chances are you heard about Danish professional soccer player Christian Eriksen’s collapse on the field during the recent European Championship
If you’re no stranger to not getting enough ZZZ’s, then you’re probably no stranger to caffeine, but does it actually help?
North Texans are no strangers to allergies. But if you feel like this allergy season is one of the worst yet, you’re not just imagining it.
There is a common misconception that a diet high in sugar can lead to developing type two diabetes. But a recent study is debunking that.
More than a year after shelter-in-place orders rolled out across North Texas, life as you knew it pre-COVID may be starting to take shape again. But what if you're facing hesitation to get back out there? There's a term for that uneasiness: "cave syndrome."
Within recent years, the number of joint-replacement surgeries has gone up, but not just among the older population. The number of Americans choosing joint-replacement surgery is increasingly moving toward a younger demographic. Research presented at
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Every movement your body makes engages your back in some way. So if it’s aching, you’re likely to be down and out, and looking for relief. “Back pain is one of the most common reasons
When you hear or see the words “plant-based,” you probably immediately think of vegetarian or vegan foods that are completely void of animal products, which is true if you’re seeing it on a particular food item. But what about in the context of diets? If you think the same thing translates over, think again.
In May, the U.S Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) expanded emergency use authorization for the COVID-19 Pfizer vaccine to adolescents between the ages of 12 and 15.