Soldiers are more at risk of suicide when they're repeatedly deployed with six months or less between rotations, and when they're sent to war too soon after they join the service, new research shows.
In collaboration with Texas Woman's University, local museums and cultural events centers offer sensory experiences for children on the autism spectrum.
There are dozens more choices for which of your embryos should be placed in the womb to become your child.
That's the future a biomedical ethics expert envisions for 20 to 40 years from now — soon enough...
Doctors are using new technology to provide relief to thousands of back pain sufferers. Advances in spinal cord stimulation are offering an alternative to powerful, dangerous narcotics.
More doctors may be moving toward prescribing an insulin treatment that is easier for diabetes patients to remember to take on-the-go.
You can safely discard any unwanted pills from your home free of charge and with no questions asked at an upcoming event.
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Fatal drug overdoses are increasing organ donations, and researchers reported Monday that people who receive those transplants generally fare as well as patients given organs from more traditional donors.
The daily recommended dose of calcium may be behind the prevalence of prostate cancer in African American men, according to UNT historian.
Whether you're serious about fitness or curious what classes may be out there, the upcoming Dallas Yoga and Fitness Festival could be exactly what you need.
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