Posted By Jocelyn Tatum on 2014 Sep 23 - 5:21pm
Karsyn Ewbank loves the art therapy she experiences at Cook Children's Medical Center.
Diana Gibson, art therapist at Cook Children's Medical Center, works with a patient on an art project.
Posted By Anonymous on 2014 Aug 18 - 3:41pm
In a medical world where 75 percent of all physician office visits result in some form of drug therapy, the potential for mixed drug toxicity is a serious concern.
Ashley Toale, Assistant Professor of pharmacotherapy for UNT System College of Pharmacy
| by Allana Wooley |Larry M., 68, was grocery shopping when he noticed he was sweating profusely. His brain buzzed, and he couldn’t concentrate on his...
Posted By Anonymous on 2014 Jul 23 - 9:49am
With more than 20 established boxes (gyms), the CrossFit phenomenon has an explosive impact across Fort Worth.
Wade and Natalie Sisk both have degrees in kinesiology. They say CrossFit must be done correctly to prevent injuries.
| by Allana Wooley | CrossFit devotees live for the high intensity, varying communal workouts that push their bodies to the brink...
Posted By Alison Rich on 2014 Jun 13 - 11:17am
Packing a healthy lunch that your bunch will actually eat is easier than you might think.
When it comes to the mad morning rush, just coaxing your kids to roll out of bed is challenge enough, not to mention hustling them off to school before the tardy bell blares. So obviously it’s super tempting to cobble together a hodgepodge of whatever...
Posted By Jessica Llanes on 2014 May 22 - 10:34am
From color runs to zombie chases and scavenger hunts, social running events offer new and experienced runners alike unique and entertaining ways to have fun while staying in shape.
Not long ago, organized racing belonged to competitive runners. Now a variety of fun runs and adventure races offer novice runners the chance to compete in a friendly, social environment. So whether you are a hardcore runner looking to break up your routine or have never run a mile in your life,...
Posted By Alison Rich on 2014 Apr 28 - 3:43pm
Treatments have advanced tremendously over the years, but the roller coaster of emotions remains the same.
It’s ironic how something that affects so many can make a person feel so alone. When you see the stats — 6.7 million U.S. women ages 15–44 deal with it— infertility seems nearly as universal as the garden-variety cold.
“It’s very common,...
Posted By Jessica Llanes on 2014 Feb 25 - 3:13pm
March is midway through “gym season” in DFW, where long waits for cardio machines and packed fitness classes encourage even the most motivated person to abandon their fitness goals.
Many people are finding nontraditional ways to jumpstart their fitness routine—on vacation. One such trend is fitpacking (or fatpacking), adventure backpacking tours designed to help participants get fit and drop pounds while enjoying the great outdoors.
“Backpacking has always been a...