Authors Suzanne Asaff Blankenship and Nadine Roberts Cornish share tips on staying sane while looking after an aging loved one.
Road Trip SafetyAAA Spokesperson, Daniel Armbruster, offers tips to keep your family safe out on the road this summer.
Skin Cancer PreventionTips on protecting yourself from the hot Texas sun.
Look Before You LockNo one thinks it can happen to them, but Texas ranks #1 when it comes to children dying in hot cars.
Drowning PreventionTips to keep your family safe in the water this summer.
Restaurant WeekEnjoy special lunch and dinner menus at DFW’s finest restaurants while raising money for local charities.
NTFB Needs You!Ways to help put healthy food items on the tables for our hungry neighbors.
North Texas Food BankNTFB provides 190,000 meals each day for hungry children, seniors and families but the need for nutritious meals continues to grow.
Food Insecurity In North TexasOne in six adults and one in four children is considered food insecure in North Texas.
Clean Cuisine CookbookWhere you can get a copy.
Clean Cuisine 10 Do’s and Don’tsIvy Larson explains the Clean Cuisine, Do’s and Don’ts, for better health and wellness.
Clean CuisineIvy Larson, Author of the Clean Cuisine Cookbook, explains how a nutrient-rich, anti-inflammatory diet can help fight disease.
Clean CuisineClean Cuisine recipes are based on anti-inflammatory, nutrient dense whole food ingredients.
The Alzheimer’s AssociationEvery 65 seconds, someone in the U.S. develops Alzheimer’s. The Alzheimer’s Association is working to change that. #TheLongestDay
What is Alzheimer’s?Dr. Jennifer T. Arnouville explains why Alzheimer’s is on the rise and what you can do to stop it.
Living With Alzheimer’sHusband and wife team, Roger and Mary Jane Ashton, share the daily obstacles that life with Alzheimer’s presents.
A Daughter’s Guide To Alzheimer’sLocal author Robin Gail, joins us to discuss her book “Dementia or Alzheimer's: A Daughter's Guide to Home Care from the Early Signs and Onset of Dementia through the Various Alzheimer Stages."
How Women Can Invest In Their FutureWhy are women falling behind in retirement savings?
Your First Credit CardWhen is the right time to get your first credit card? Lacamp explains the pros and cons of giving your child a credit card.
State Of the EconomyWith interest rates low and the housing market strong, Financial Advisor, Jim Lacamp, offers his assessment of the economy right now.
Trade WarsFinancial Advisor, Jim Lacamp, talks about the incentives to reach a trade deal with China.
Ways To HelpOur Father’s Children can’t operate without the help of our community.
Volunteering For Our Father's ChildrenThe OFC camps/retreats are staffed by volunteers that go through an interview and screening process and training that is specifically designed to understand the needs and behaviors of abused and neglected children.
Programs Offered By Our Father’s ChildrenOur Father’s Children offers three programs for children of abuse and neglect in North Texas.
Our Father’s ChildrenOur Father’s Children exists to reach out to children of abuse and neglect in North Texas.
CompostingApproximately 30% of all waste currently going to the landfill could be composted.
Sustainable LivingGary Cocke, from The University of Texas at Dallas, offers easy tips on ways to reduce your carbon footprint.
Drive Clean TexasBy taking simple steps, you can reduce vehicle emissions and save money at the pump.
Wish-CyclingTwenty-five percent of what people drop in the recycle bin is actually trash.
Clean & LeanNew York Times bestselling author, Dr. Ian Smith, joins us to talk about his latest book, Clean & Lean: 30 Days, 30 Foods, a New You!