A 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.
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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.
Ride For ReliefA tour advocating for the mental health and wellbeing of first responders rolled into North Texas.
Expert Discusses Warning Signs Of Mass ShootersIn general, warning signs can be ambiguous in regard to people prone to commit violent acts.
North Texan Returns After Successful Climb To Top Of Mount EverestCrystal Lovell just returned from climbing to the top of Mt. Everest. "You feel like you're unstoppable, you feel you can do anything."
Decades-Long UT Southwestern Study Reveals Breakthrough Research For Seizure PredictionThe groundbreaking research is giving families hope for their loved ones who suffer from seizures.
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.
Sitting Too Long Can Be Very Bad For Your HealthA recent American Cancer Society study found sitting for six or more hours a day was linked a nearly 20% higher rate of death compared to those who sat for less than three hours a day.
Grand Prairie ISD Board Delays Vote On Changing School Start TimesGrand Prairie ISD says high school students need more sleep, but plans to change the time they arrive is causing some upset parents to lose sleep.
Grand Prairie ISD Considers Later School Start Times For High School StudentsTuesday night, the school board could vote on significant changes to the time students at middle and high schools arrive and leave.
Program Works To Feed Students Before They Head To ClassProgram Works To Feed Students Before They Head To Class
PF Chang Frozen Dinners Recalled For Undeclared AllergenConagra Brands is recalling more than 2 million pounds P.F. Chang's-branded frozen entrees "due to misbranding and an undeclared allergen."
'Stress Belly' Should Not Be Ignored, But Can Be ReversedExcerpt It's difficult to pinpoint whether stress, genetics, poor diet, lack of exercise or a combination are to blame, but the good news is stress belly is reversible.
A Common Misconception About Cholesterol May Be Putting Kids At RiskThe Centers for Disease Control says one in 15 children suffer from high cholesterol in United States.
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12-Year-Old Pays It Forward At Children's Hospital In Texas12-Year-Old Pays It Forward At Children's Hospital In Texas
Ben & Jerry’s Recalls Some Chunky Monkey And Coconut Seven Layer Bar FlavorsTwo Ben & Jerry's ice cream flavors are being recalled because the products may contain tree nuts.
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.
Dietitian Says Do Your Research Before Paying Social Media Influencers For Fitness AdviceDietitian Amy Goodson says investing in your health can pay off, but you need to invest well.
Mental Health Entrepreneur Hope To Help Suicidal TeenagersMargie Barilla now speaks matter of factly about the childhood trauma that she says pushed her to consider suicide.
FDA Panel Revisiting Safety Of Breast Implants After New ConcernsU.S. medical authorities are revisiting the safety of breast implants used by millions of American women, the latest review in a multi-decade debate about their health effects.
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 Scare In Prosper"That’s extremely concerning… I had no idea that that was around here," said Kroger customer Alexys Ginedaw.
Family Of Near Drowning Survivor Caution About Pool Safety And ChildrenWhether it's a backyard pool or even a bucket, it only takes an inch of water for a child to drown. Meet Keion. He's 4-years-old and a warrior.
Accidental Cancer Killing Discovery Made At UTAA team at University of Texas in Arlington believes it may have found another way to killing cancer cells deep in the tissue without affecting healthy cells.
Nutrigenomics: Can A DNA Test Help You Lose Weight?Nutrigenomics is the study of how genetics process nutrients in the body.
Dallas Anorexia Survivor Calls Out Social Media CompaniesA Dallas woman who is struggling to survive an eating disorder says social media needs to do more to stop those using it to promote the deadly disease.
Dallas Woman Warns Social Media Promotes Eating DisordersManda Welch, 32, of Dallas, is bringing to light what she calls a disturbing trend.
Researcher: Food Additives Could Lead To LazinessFood additives that you may not know about: A recent study at UTSW found “Inorganic phosphate” used as additive in fast foods can turn you into a couch potato!
Health Officials Push For Renewed Vaccine Legislation Amid ‘Crisis’“A belief that vaccines are dangerous is akin to saying we live on a flat earth or the moon is made of cheese.”