Abstinence-only sex education doesn't work. You know it. Bristol Palin knows it. Shoot, anyone who has ever been or met a teenager knows that telling them to "just say no" is the best and possibly only way to get them to says yes, yes, YES!Still, it's nice that the folks at the Texas Freedom Network ... More >>
After nearly three hours of discussion, the city council wrapped up yesterday's briefing on the proposed strengthened smoking ordinance seemingly prepared to vote on the item at next week's agenda meeting. Council members appear poised to approve a ban on smoking in bars, pool halls and within 15 fe ... More >>
Lesbian bull-riders, menopausal mamas and a not-so-sexy Stanley Kowalski—ah, the stuff of theater
Battling the highest teen pregnancy rate in the nation, Texas counselors have their work cut out
Texas' stance on stem cell research could have economic effects
A shift in AIDS funding from services to drugs threatens poor patients
Central Dallas Ministries documents diabetes among the undocumented
Will Texas pony up bucks to lead in stem cell research? Pro-lifers hope not.
Plus: The Turkey Test; New Sheriff in Town
AIDS Outreach Center has family fun and a family fund-raiser
Everyone deserves a second chance
The latest AIDS medications give life to the dying--but what kind of life?
Fight AIDS one step at a time
West Nile keeps animal control officers hopping to collect dead birds
Planned Parenthood refuses to give up the dole without a fight
Plus: Checkup; Ch-ch-changes
The new smoking ban will work--if no one lights up
Peggy Shaw hit middle age and became a Menopausal Gentleman
Dallas considers strengthening the smoking ordinance...again
Advocates say University Park paramedics shunned a man with AIDS--at an AIDS awareness rally
After his younger brother died of AIDS, Joseluis Partida dedicated his life to warning people about the disease. But the politics of being gay and Hispanic made it tougher than he ever imagined.
Dallas-based Supreme Beef fought what it believes are unfair regulations, only to wind up on the USDA's killing floor
Scientists from the former Soviet Union's top-secret biological weapons lab join with Dallas researchers to fight a common enemy: the deadly Ebola virus
A Dallas deputy sheriff is transferred because of his allergies
Tim and Emilie Sherrod, parents of twin autistic boys, will do anything to find a cure -- even spend $14,000 to inject their sons with a hormone from pig entrails
Texas health officials say that mandatory childhood vaccinations against hepatitis B will prevent the spread of life-threatening illness. But which is riskier--the disease or the vaccine?
October 29 - November 4, 1998
Dallas oncologist Dennis Birenbaum claims he's been given a bad rap by the state and media. Now he's going to make them pay.
The Yellow Boat sails a sweet, troubled journey
A new family of drugs may offer AIDS patients a new lease on life
Ray Audette hunts with a hawk and eats like a caveman. He says his meaty diet stopped his hair from falling out, cured his diabetes--and will make you healthy too
Thief uses bed rest study to duck trial