Researchers seek alternatives to opioids
Tummy tucks really hurt. Doctors carve from hip to hip, slicing off skin, tightening muscles, tugging at innards. Patients often need strong painkillers for days or even weeks, but Mary Hernandez went home on just over-the-counter ibuprofen.
Oakmont club to host annual tea
Organic society to present program on raised bed gardening
'Bless this work'
Many Christians give something up for Lent, the season of self-denial and discipline that precedes Easter. In Denton, two congregations took a risk on being generous with each other instead.
Briefly in the Arts
The University of North Texas College of Music has named Jonathan Thompson the 2017-2018 Presser Graduate Music Award winner. As a part of the award, Thompson received the $10,000 Presser scholarship.
Lilly’s rheumatoid arthritis pill rejected by regulators
Eli Lilly said U.S. regulators have rejected its much-anticipated pill for the immune disorder rheumatoid arthritis, the drugmaker's second drug development setback since November.
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The Place is Argyle: Argyle Little Free Library boxes suffer hail damage
The Argyle Little Free Library at Edward Jones, 100 Country Club Road, and at Real Estate Station, 702 U.S. Highway 377, experienced hail damage from the recent storms that hit Argyle. The front glass at both libraries was broken and the books at Edward Jones were taken inside the business with a note directing readers to pick up and leave books inside Edward Jones.
Briefly in Religion
A sporting clay shoot will benefit Christian Community Action at 9 a. m. on April 27 at the Dallas Gun Club, 3601 South Stemmons in Lewisville. Registration for the event will begin at 7:30 a. m.
Bob Moos: Many of Medicare's preventive screenings come at no cost to you
How often have you tried to ignore an ache or pain by telling yourself, "Maybe if I do nothing, it'll go away." Sometimes, that works. But wishful thinking isn't the best way to take care of yourself. Medicare has put a new emphasis on preventive health care.