A crusty, cranky, curmudgeonly species of bird is proliferating within our borders. And maybe that’s good.
Dallas lawyers Arlen Bynum and John Collins are personal friends and profession foes. They get a kick out of both roles.
When crack comes to a neighborhood, it infiltrates, it corrupts, and it destroys—and there is nothing the cops can do about it.
You probably think that the main reason to go to the Texas Rangers’ Florida training camp is to watch baseball. You’re probably wrong.
A year after a grand mal seizure left me convulsing on the floor, I’m still finding my way back into everyday life.
With an early flu season and the emergence of deadly diseases this summer, our good health is under siege.
A Dallas clinic offers hope to pain patients, treating chronic suffering not as a symptom but as a disease itself.
When diesel fumes, power lines, and even his wedding ring made a Dallas man faint, he knew he had a big problem.
When Dallas sleep doctors cured Tommy Atkins’ snoring probelm, they probably saved his life.
Without constant care, victims of an obscure genetic disorder would eat themselves to death.
Can a suburban Dallas house-wife who suffers from obsessive-compulsive disorder ever overcome her fears? She doubts it.
For reformers of the nations health-care system, ground zero may be Dallas’ Parkland Memorial Hospital, where the crush of uninsured patients with non-urgent complaints is affecting everyone’s care.