Forget neon signs and puppies in the window. Glass-Media cofounder Daniel Black says digital displays are what’s hot for businesses.
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There’s a new box to check on income taxes for 2014. Showing proof of health insurance for most folks will be easy as checking a box, but for others there are extra forms to fill out. Susan Hoff, with United Way in Dallas, helps sort through new tax time rituals.
There is no cure for Alzheimer’s. But there are people trying to make a difference for the millions of Americans who have the disease. Molly Meyer helps people living with Alzheimer’s rediscover lost memories, and create new ones through poetry.
Some of the most difficult conversations can be the most challenging. Mental health is no exception. But talking about teen and young adult mental health is fundamental to creating a culture of acceptance and appropriate treatment. That’s why the Texas Department of State Health Services has launched Speak Your Mind Texas. Thursday night, the statewide conversation arrives in Denton.
Want an insider’s view of health care? Then you’re going to like the new podcast series, “On Call.”
Usually its IV poles being wheeled down hospital hallways. Today, it’s a harp.
In the palliative care program at Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas, music is used, along with medicine, to help patients manage chronic illness.
It’s time to talk #PalliativeCare.
Managing pain, facing fears and finding support — that’s what palliative care is all about. The concept isn’t new, but the approach to helping patients with chronic illness is still relatively unknown. So as part of a new collaboration with Baylor Scott & White Health, KERA will be take a deeper look at this healthcare buzzword, first on Twitter this Tuesday, and then in our new podcast series, “On Call.” Read More
The U.S. is a bloodthirsty place. Each year, more than 12 million pints of blood products are transfused.
With high demand and limited availability comes challenges, and business opportunities.
This year in Breakthroughs, we’ve reported on everything from Ebola-fighting robots and high-tech fall prevention to an academic rehab program for concussions. Here’s a best of 2014 stocking stuffer for the New Year.
If you’re trying to combine education with entertainment this holiday season you’re not alone. The aisles of kids toys are packed with high-tech gadgets promise to challenge the mind. So which ones are good?