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Dallas, TX, United States

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Researchers using new methods to better understand depression

The school's Center for Depression Research and Clinical Care have been using brain imagery and blood tests to look into depression causes and treatments. → Read More

'We are saving lives': UT Southwestern research changing approach to mental health challenges for teens

The goal of the program is to get teens comfortable with conversations around mental health to help themselves and the generations to come. → Read More

How a North Texas group is studying depression and mental health

UT Southwestern's Center for Depression Research is studying and fighting against the rise in suicide. → Read More

Know your rights as a patient in Texas: 3 questions to ask your surgical team

Here are three questions you can ask to check the background of your surgical team before you or a loved one is wheeled into an operating room. → Read More

'There wasn't any fighting through it': The brain fog COVID long-haulers battle

Jim Eggleston said that while his bloodwork is all good, something still feels off physically and mentally. → Read More

These recipes can help get your kiddos to enjoy a healthy diet

These quick snacks are just the ticket as life gets busy again with the start of school. → Read More

Nutrition apps to help you track food, meal prep and develop a health plan

During the month of May, Health & Wellness Reporter Sonia Azad is featuring the best health apps. This week she’s talking about apps focused on nutrition. → Read More

Need help relaxing? These free meditation & mindfulness apps can help

These free meditation apps will help your mind be calmer and more focused. → Read More

These mental health apps can help with anxiety, stress management & more

These free mental health apps are great health resources you can download straight to your phone. → Read More

Helpful tips on taking care of your mental health while social distancing for COVID-19

Did you know? Twenty minutes of exercise can lower your blood pressure and calm your mind. → Read More

Would you take your baby to a chiropractor? These parents swear by it

Some parents believe taking their babies to the chiropractor helps fix everything from colic to ear infections. → Read More

Transformation Tuesday: Losing more than 125 pounds with ballroom dance

Rebecca Smart lost more than 125 pounds by reengaging with an old passion: ballroom dance. → Read More

5 common places where flu germs are hiding in your home

You have probably missed cleaning these spots in your home, but you don't want to. → Read More

Obesity-related cancer deaths are on the rise

"People are heavier now, and this is one of the cancers that’s associated with obesity." → Read More

Three ways to fight age-related muscle decline

"The average 50-year old loses one to two percent of muscle mass in their legs, yearly." → Read More

Four tips for spring allergy sufferers, powering through the high pollen days

Spring is in the air and so is pollen. → Read More

Wellness Wednesday: Natural remedies for cold and flu

"It's not rocket science, but it works." → Read More

New North Texas pain clinic offers help, healing

"We're trying to get away from cookie-cutter medicine," Dr. Jon Koning said. → Read More

Wellness Wednesday: Healing chronic pain with Kaiut yoga

"I really feel like it's made my muscles and my bones stronger in less than a year." → Read More

WFAA Original: What is micronutrient testing and how can it help you prevent disease?

"This is really giving us a look at what's been going on in the cell for six months." → Read More