Autism Intervention Center Opens Second Location in Frisco

After operating in Plano for nearly two decades, The Behavior Exchange, an early autism intervention center, has opened a new, 7,500-square-foot facility in Frisco. Founder and Executive Director Tammy Cline-Soza says with so many businesses moving north, they wanted to expand to fit the growing demand there. “We wanted to really build a state-of-the-art facility to serve families,” she says. “We’ve been in Plano for a long time and we’ve outgrown the space there.” The Behavior Exchange provides applied behavior analysis (ABA) therapy for children on the autism spectrum, which is intended to promote productivity by reducing distracting behaviors. The… Full Story

North Texas Docs Push For A Change In The Mainstream Approach to Fibroids Treatment

Uterine fibroids, non-cancerous muscle tumors in the uterus, affect most American women at some point in their lives. While the majority of cases aren’t symptomatic and therefore don’t require treatment, around 20-25 percent include heavy menstrual bleeding, intense pain, or frequent urination. But as one of the most common health issues for women, and more commonly African American women, the treatment options offered to patients are sometimes more limited—and life-altering—than they should be, say a couple of North Texas physicians. The National Institute of Health cites over 200,000 hysterectomies performed on fibroids each year, a procedure that involves the removal… Full Story