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?
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The deadline to sign up for health insurance for the New Year through healthcare.gov is Monday, Dec. 15th.
A warning: Research shows consumers often choose a plan that’s not the best deal.
We’ve got some tips for shopping health care.
Spoons, forks, candelabra…The Dallas Museum of Art has the world’s largest collection of American silver objects from the 19th and 20th century. But curators and conservators don’t have much history on what they’re made of or how they were created. To investigate the artifacts, a scientist at the University of North Texas Dallas is using nano-scale tests.
Text messages from your doctor are just the start. Millennial physicians are taking over hospital wards and doctors’ offices – and they’re bringing new technologies and new ideas about life-work balance.
Spiritual support, in the workplace?
Companies across the country have hired thousands of chaplains to offer spiritual support to employees.
Whether the chaplains are resolving issues in the office or at home,
These workplace chaplains talk religion, family, even football. And Dallas is headquarters hallowed ground for these workplace chaplains.
A little travel tech could help you get to your turkey on time.
In College Station, there’s a city that’s been hit by disasters. Earthquakes, hurricanes, even bombs. It’s called Disaster City. This 72-acre site is helping people, and robots, train for the next major disaster.
For six weeks, Dallas residents are dipping into the dishes that gave rise to Soul Food. It’s part of a cultural cooking class that aims to bring back traditional, healthy recipes from the African Diaspora.
*Scroll to the bottom for a recipe for blackened Okra and African Peanut Soup.
Researchers hope to slow down Ebola even more … using robots.
A healed body doesn’t always mean a healed brain.
Nearly half of all reported sports concussions occur during high school football. And even when a student is ready to get back on the field, they might not be ready to return to class.