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All Brain


Rhythm and Blues


The Concussion Myth

Brain; Mental Health

The Depression Test


The Kids Are All Right


The Science Behind Preventing Teen Suicide


Ballroom to boogie: How dancing can improve seniors’ brain health

Exercise is vital to healthy living as we age, and dancing can help seniors in a variety of ways. From improving muscle tone and strength to social interaction and reducing dementia risk, dancing can help seniors live independently longer and with a higher quality of life.


Autism after high school: Nine tips to help teens transition to adulthood

For teens with autism, the transition to adulthood – and pursuing college or a career – can be challenging. But with communication, planning, and support, teens with autism can be successful, and the transition can be easier for the entire family.


Meet 13 of Dallas’ best neurosurgeons

D Magazine has named 13 members of the UT Southwestern Department of Neurological Surgery to its 2018 Best Doctors list. Learn how patients benefit from our outstanding care, and meet the neurosurgeons who make it possible.

Brain; Discovery

New Progress Against Muscular Dystrophy

Scientists at the O’Donnell Brain Institute have used CRISPR gene editing to replace the gene responsible for Duchenne muscular dystrophy and halt its expression in the lab.


Concussions: Setting the record straight

Concussions are serious injuries that affect all age groups. Yet what you hear in the news is not always accurate. We debunk common concussion myths.