Health and Wellness

Posted By Anonymous on 2017 Aug 24 - 10:10am

Imagine working on breathing exercises and challenging yoga poses while goats are cuddling you, jumping on you, and peeing on your mat (yes, that’s happened). But it’s all part of the experience. “You just kind of have to go with the flow,” says Julia Paur, a goat yoga...

Posted By Molly Jenkins on 2017 Mar 7 - 10:08am

  For a Fort Worthian, hitting a weight loss goal may seem daunting – especially with all the new eateries arriving to the area. But exercise doesn’t have to be dreaded. In fact, with the right workout, it can become the highlight of the day. Of course, everyone’s workout...

Posted By Anonymous on 2013 Jan 31 - 2:35pm

With the frequency of advertisements displaying skinny models working out and ways in which to lose weight, fit and skinny seem to be interchangeable terms. However, by taking a closer look at the two ideas of “being fit” and “being skinny,” they differ greatly. Dr. Anne...

Posted By james.verheyen on 2012 Oct 10 - 9:17am

Hundreds of people came out for the first annual "Revvin' for the Ribbon " event which benefited breast cancer patients.

Posted By james.verheyen on 2012 Oct 8 - 12:45pm

USMD Cancer Center in Arlington, Texas is on of the leading cancer treatment centers in the state of Texas.

Posted By Anonymous on 2012 Jun 4 - 3:56pm

Preventative steps against UV exposure during the summer months

by Ellen Parker With the summer comes outdoor lunches for some, long days at the pool for others, and more sun exposure for everyone. The additional vitamin D may be beneficial, but along with the sunlight comes damage to the skin. With beach days ahead and baseball games to watch, it is essential...

Posted By Anonymous on 2012 Apr 10 - 3:17pm

The list.

Fort Worth, Texas magazine sent more than 4,500 local physicians a survey, asking them to voluntarily rate their peers and name the best doctors in Tarrant County. Medical professionals willing to participate went online to cast their votes. While Fort Worth, Texas magazine provided the fields...