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A peek inside Dallas Lighthouse for the Blind is also a glimpse at manufacturing in America
Dec 29, 2017
Nonprofit Dallas Lighthouse for the Blind is helping to create local manufacturing jobs while providing work for the visually impaired.
What would our health care system look like if doctors spoke the same language as engineers?
Dec 11, 2017
Texas A&M University will start training doctors and nurses to also be engineers.
After losing out on a headquarters bid over a decade ago, Dallas created a thriving downtown to woo corporations
Oct 24, 2017
Boeing’s rejection of Dallas as a corporate headquarters location 16 years ago helped spur the city's current growth in the arts.
Legal marijuana creates an industry for new breathalyzers
Oct 24, 2017
A number of companies are trying to develop tests that can be used by law enforcement to determine if drivers are impaired.
Stopping ICU delirium by getting patients moving
May 2, 2017
Doctor says the treatment plan makes a 'massive difference' to those in critical care.
Using bitcoin's technology to wrangle widespread medical records
Mar 10, 2017
Blockchain's 'disruptive' potential excites the health care industry.
Ambulance service in Texas now delivering home care
Feb 16, 2017
In Fort Worth, some paramedics are taking their time with patients instead of rushing them to ERs.
Of the 100 top-paid CEOs in Dallas Ft Worth, one is a woman
Aug 31, 2016
Former MoneyGram International CEO Pam Patsley wants other women to join her.
Hospitals partner with start-ups to chart medicine’s future
Aug 4, 2016
Some families love the new tech, but consumer watchdogs worry.
Hospitals use mobile clinics to increase access
May 12, 2016
These clinics reduce emergency department visits and save money.