As 2018 draws to a close, the Texas Health communications team has taken a look back at our favorite stories from the last 12 months. From the tragic to inspiring, these stories have raised awareness
As we close out another year, many tend to look back on what trends took us all by storm. While reminiscing is always fun, we love looking ahead to the future and what’s to come.
A new year inspires a new look at unhealthy habits we may have accrued in the previous year. Maybe you want to spend less and save more, spend more time with loved ones, get organized,
If you have noticed that you’re having to move the volume up a bit more on the television or you’re struggling to hear the person on the other end of a call, you’re not alone.
As we age our metabolism naturally slows down and many of us can’t eat the way our younger selves used to without seeing it reflected on the scale. But if you’ve struggled with your weight
It’s no secret that Texans love a good meal and the company that usually accompanies the meal. In fact, Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington citizens spent almost 12 percent of their annual household income on food between 2015
Birth control has come a long way since 1960 when the Food and Drug Administration (FDA approved “the pill” to provide a more practical and effective alternative to the contraceptives used at the time. Since
The holidays can be a real test of willpower for those who are struggling with their weight. And nothing can hijack this season of joy like worrying about overindulging. The good news is there are
Walk into your favorite grocery, drug or specialty health care store these days and you’ll find a variety of collagen supplement products ranging from skin cream to pills, powders and even additives to foods. You
Some things many of us do daily for self-care may eventually become automatic, like preparing healthy meals, taking our vitamins and so on. But what happens when the list of things a person needs to