Children’s Medical Center Player of the Week Poll 2014

Welcome to the Children’s HealthSM Children’s Medical Center Player of the Week poll for 2014 where you can vote each week for one of five high school football players from North Texas. Be sure to tune in to the TXA 21 High School Kick-Off Show Thursday or Friday throughout the season when the Children’s Medical Center Player [...]

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Children’s Medical Center ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

When Jody Dean from 98.7 KLUV challenged Christopher J. Durovich, President and CEO of Children’s Health System of Texas, to the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, Mr. Durovich brought along a host of friends from Children’s to share in the charitable event. Watch Children’s Accept the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge  

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How to Make Butterfly Clothespin Snack Bags

After school is out, many kids head straight for the kitchen for an afternoon snack. Cookies and ice cream are always enticing, but what if you could find a way to offer a healthier alternative that’s fun to make? Local Certified Nutritional Chef Alyssia Webb Birnbaum from Mama’s Gotta Eat says that with a few art [...]

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Leftovers-Turned-Snacks Potato Skins Recipe

As your children head back to school this year, local Certified Nutritional Chef Alyssia Webb Birnbaum from Mama’s Gotta Eat warns that it may not be easy to transition from the loose and undefined mealtimes of summer break to more scheduled dinners. “Food is such an integral part of family life, and involving your children [...]

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Protein Cookies for Breakfast Recipe

There’s something in the air around back-to-school time that makes even the smell of freshly sharpened pencils seem magical. First day photos, new backpacks and family dinners around the table hold the promise of a great school year. To help kick off the year on a tasty note, we asked local Certified Nutritional Chef Alyssia [...]

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CRI Scientists Pinpoint Gene Likely to Promote Childhood Cancers

DALLAS – Aug. 11, 2014 – Researchers at the Children’s Medical Center Research Institute at UT Southwestern (CRI) have identified a gene that contributes to the development of several childhood cancers, in a study conducted with mice designed to model the cancers.If the findings prove to be applicable to humans, the research could lead to [...]

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