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    The Impact Of Blasts On The Brain

    Traumatic brain injuries contribute to the difficulties military personnel can face after returning home. We’ll talk about the aftermath with the author of a National Geographic story on the topic.

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    Oil And Politics: A History

    This hour, we’ll learn how money and politics became fast friends in the Texas sun with Alan Peppard of The Dallas Morning News. His three-part series, “Islands of the Oil Kings,” concludes in this Sunday’s paper.

  • Study Up For ‘Think’: Harry Shearer, Comedy Mastermind

    What do Ned Flanders, Richard Nixon and Derek Smalls have in common? Actor, author, and musician Harry Shearer voiced their likenesses. Today at 1 p.m. on Think, Shearer joins Krys Boyd to talk about his hand in the funny business.

  • These Six Diseases Should Worry You More Than Ebola

    As anxiety about Ebola mounts, we asked the experts which U.S. diseases we should be worried about, or at least more worried about than Ebola. Here are six, in no particular order. ENTEROVIRUS D-68 Last month a 4-year-old boy in New Jersey went to sleep and never woke up. This week, the CDC confirmed that the boy was infected… Read more »

  • 23 Stories Tall – Now That’s Expanded Cinema

    Recommended public spot for viewing for Expanded Cinema: 777 Sports Street. Check the Facebook page for updates. Tune in to KXT 91.7 at 8 p.m. sharp Sunday for the soundtrack to Expanded Cinema. Imagine a movie screen 23 stories tall. On Sunday, you can watch one. The Omni Hotel in Downtown Dallas will be the […]

  • Parkinson’s Patients Get Loud In Texas

    Hundreds of people with Parkinson’s have brought their voices back to life through a unique program in North Texas. Walk through the halls of The Parkinson Voice Project in Richardson, and you’re likely to hear yelling, counting, or singing. These are the sounds of people with Parkinson’s reclaiming their voices. Along the beige walls, silver letters… Read more »

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