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Listen: Abuse in romantic relationships can take many forms. Here’s what to look out for
Nearly 1 in 2 women and 1 in 4 men will experience intimate partner violence in their lifetimes.
Listen: Here are some suggestions on books for Black History Month from a Fort Worth ISD librarian
Looking for some books to read during Black History Month? Fort Worth ISD librarian Lydia White has some suggestions.
Listen: Winter is here. So is frostbite — here’s how to steer clear of it.
You’re at risk for frostnip and frostbite at temperatures even 35 degrees and below, according to Dr. Timothy Niacaris.
Listen: Breastfeeding while working? Here are some tips to make it manageable.
First, find a high-quality breast pump.
Listen: Jubilee Theatre prepares to take audience to new frontiers with performances of ‘Moon Man Walk’
In the latest installment of our occasional conversations with Fort Worth newsmakers, Charles Jackson Jr. spoke with arts and culture editor Marcheta Fornoff ahead of his directorial debut at Jubilee…
Listen: Glaucoma can cause blindness, but people don’t always know they have it.
Early diagnosis is the best prevention, Fort Worth eye doctor says.
Listen: When it comes to creating New Year’s resolutions, ‘start small and look for support’
In the latest installment of our conversations with Fort Worth newsmakers, Randi Beyl, licensed marriage and family therapist and clinical director at the Texas Health Recovery and Wellness Center in…
Listen: Bring the holidays to your loved ones in the hospital this season.
A hospital chaplain shares how friends and families can spread cheer to patients at JPS Health Network.
Listen: Extreme cold can damage your medicine and medical devices. Here’s how to safeguard them before a freeze.
This Texas Health Resources pharmacist urges people to plan ahead.
Listen: Keep medicines, guns inaccessible if you live with someone who’s considering suicide.
In the United States, 53% of suicide deaths are by firearm.
Listen: Practice egg safety while making eggnog and other treats this holiday season
When it comes to egg safety, one risk is salmonella.
A doc who can rock: The Troumatics front man talks about going into medicine and making music
In the latest installment of our occasional conversations with Fort Worth newsmakers, Dr. Stephen Troum, songwriter, singer and guitarist for The Troumatics, spoke with arts and culture editor Marcheta Fornoff…
Listen: Retain your power by setting boundaries this holiday season.
A boundary is “a limit on what you’re willing to endure and the consequences if those limits are crossed.”
Listen: Consider these toy safety tips while buying gifts for children this holiday season.
‘We just have to remember that what we want to give them may not be the best choice.’
Listen: Collect your family medical history — it might help save your life.
In the latest installment of our conversations with Fort Worth newsmakers, Dr. Justin Ezell, a family medicine physician with Texas Health Family Care, discusses why collecting your family medical history…
Listen: Meet Astrid, the ‘Transparent Woman’ at the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History.
The ‘Discovering Treatments’ exhibit opened in September.
How do North Texas leaders make decisions about tree preservation? Study will investigate impact of technology
In the latest installment of our occasional conversations with Tarrant County newsmakers, Texas Christian University environmental geography professor Ashley Coles digs into her role in a new five-year study examining…
Listen: How to get help paying your utility bills this winter
In the latest installment of our conversations with Fort Worth newsmakers, Sonia Singleton, assistant director in Neighborhood Services with the city of Fort Worth, explains how residents can get money…
Listen: How dense are your breasts? The answer may affect your mammogram.
Texas is one of 38 states that requires providers to tell people who get mammograms if their breasts are dense.
Listen: For chaplains at JPS Health Network, ‘it all comes down to relationship’
In the latest installment of our conversations with Fort Worth newsmakers, Lee Ann Franklin, executive director of JPS Spiritual Care and Ethics, discusses what it means to be a chaplain. …
Listen: For chronic kidney disease, ‘home is the place where care ought to be’
In the latest installment of our conversations with Fort Worth newsmakers, Dr. Dapo Afolabi, co-founder, president and CEO of the Fort Worth Renal Group, discusses disparities in kidney care and…
Bale Creek Allen to host debut show at new gallery space in Near Southside
In the latest installment of our occasional conversations with Fort Worth newsmakers, artist and gallery owner Bale Creek Allen spoke with arts and culture editor Marcheta Fornoff about the debut…
‘You shouldn’t be intimidated’: Cellist from the Miró Quartet invites everyone to partake in upcoming Beethoven cycle
In the latest installment of our conversations with newsmakers, Joshua Gindele, cellist for the Miró Quartet, spoke with arts and culture editor Marcheta Fornoff about the group’s upcoming concerts featuring…
Listen: ‘She can page through the breast like a book’
A mammography technologist explains the importance of mammograms in breast cancer prevention and how the Kupferle Breast Center is working to improve the technique.
Engineer by day, pop artist by night: One aspiring musician’s hustle
In the latest installment of our occasional conversations with Fort Worth newsmakers, Fort Worth artist YASMEEN* spoke with arts and culture fellow Juan Salinas II about balancing an engineering job…
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