Nancy Churnin on Good Morning Texas

Thanks to our wonderful May/June cover story by Leslie Barker, Good Morning Texas will feature Nancy Churnin in an upcoming broadcast. Tune in on Wednesday, July 10 during the 9 o’clock hour to see Nancy talk about her books and her transition from Dallas Morning News theater critic to award-winning children’s author. And, if you

From Hollywood to Africa—A Vision Becomes Reality

By Carolyn Bower~ Many classic film enthusiasts and television fans know the names William Holden and Stefanie Powers for their acting endeavors. Some, however, may not be aware of their significant achievements in wildlife conservation and education. William Holden traveled to Kenya on a safari in the 1950s and developed a passion for the area.

A Guide to Combat Medical Debt

By Aly J. Yale ~ Overwhelming medical debt is the No. 1 reason Americans file for bankruptcy. In fact, according to a study out of the City University of New York, 66.5 percent of bankruptcy filings cite medical expenses as a contributing factor. These expenses often stem from emergency room visits or surgeries, costly bills

DART Hosts 25th Annual Older Americans Month Information and Health Fair

Seniors are invited to “Connect, Create, Contribute” at the Older Americans Information and Health Fair, which will be held on Thursday, May 16, 10 a.m. – 1 p.m., at Centennial Hall in Dallas’ Fair Park. This year, Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) celebrates the 25th anniversary of what has become one of the largest senior

Chew on this: Is Food ‘Friend or Foe’ for Better Health?

By Jaclyn Albin, M.D. Internal Medicine – General Internal Medicine   In my daily discussions with patients and families about their food choices and habits, a worrisome theme emerges. Many people see food as the enemy. The often useless lifestyle advice from doctors is to eat less and exercise more. I disagree with that counseling

Why Alzheimer’s Scientists are Looking at Green Tea and Carrots

 By Najja Parker   While scientists have not found a cure for Alzheimer’s disease, they may be able to reverse the symptoms with some key compounds, according to a new report. Researchers from the University of Southern California recently conducted a study, published in the Journal of Biological Chemistry, to determine how diet can impact

Coping with the Cost of Care: Often-Overlooked Tax Deductions and Tips for Seniors and Their Families

By TaxAct. TaxAct shares these articles with us so our readers are more informed. Yes, this one long but the information is very important for you and your loved ones. So, sit in a comfortable chair, grab a refreshing drink and read on. You’ll be glad you did. As you get older, you may find you

Child’s Play

Fort Worth’s first inclusive playground designed to be accessible to children of all abilities is about to be a dream come true. The Frank Kent Dream Park Fort Worth, a playground for children of all abilities, will soon be a reality! The playground is located in Trinity Park and, when it opens to the public

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New Alzheimer’s Study Shows Connection Between MCI/Dementia and High Blood Pressure

By The Alzheimer’s Association as reported by Heidi Frankel.   This year at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference (AAIC) the findings of a new study provide important and relevant information on the correlation of MCI and dementia and high blood pressure. The following points address the results of the Systolic Blood Pressure Intervention Trial (SPRINT), study

Martin Luther King Jr. & Anne Frank: Contemporaries with a Common Legacy

By Nancy Churnin. The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. would have turned 90 on Jan. 15. What would he think of what we’ve done with his message of love and hope? As we celebrate King’s birthday with a national holiday, we often hear him referred to as a black leader, or a Baptist leader. But

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