• Blogs

    November 12, 2014

    How the Low T Industry Is Cashing in on Dubious, and Perhaps Dangerous, Science

    Alex Truman didn't think something was wrong until he returned to the gym. Before fathering his two kids, he worked out regularly and even made an early career of exercise. He had two degrees in health and fitness and ran gyms on the East Coast before he moved to Dallas and got into sales. Lean and ... More >>

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    May 16, 2013

    Lyndon Baty and the Robot That Saved Him

    In tiny Knox City, a sick boy and his robot sidekick keep beating the odds.

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    August 10, 2012

    Poison or West Nile? Why Would Anybody ask a Newspaper Guy?

    All right. A brief time-out? Before we all die of West Nile or shut down our endocrine systems with toxins, should we call in somebody who, unlike me or some editorial writer at the Morning News, actually knows something? An editorial in The Dallas Morning News today more or less endorses aerial sp ... More >>

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    April 9, 2009

    Food For Thought 4.9.09

    "Kosher, black, smoked, Celtic, Hawaiian--salt lovers have never had it better. But there's a downside to this desire: We may be shorting ourselves on iodine, and that could spell trouble for the thyroid gland." (John Hastings, writing in Bon Appetit. Seems there's never a trend in food that is all ... More >>

  • News

    June 9, 2005


    Conor's Crying Game Sinful Stem Cells A Mother's Loss

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    March 22, 2001


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