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Sun Protection Foods For Your Skin

Good Morning Texas
July 27, 2017

Cooper Clinic Registered Dietitian Meridan Zerner discusses foods that can help protect your skin against the harsh sun.


Workout Class Helping Movement Disorder Patients

WFAA-TV
July 26, 2017

The Movement Disorder class at Cooper Fitness Center is helping those with movement disorders with strength training, stability, coordination and more.


Picnic Safety Tips

FOX 4 Good Day
July 22, 2017

Cooper Clinic Registered Dietitian Meridan Zerner shares ways to ensure you're practicing safe food prep measures when you picnic.


Summer Safety Tips

CBS DFW
July 1, 2017

Summer can wreak havoc on our skin. Cooper Clinic Dermatologist Dr. Helen Kaporis stopped by CBS DFW to discuss how you can protect your skin while enjoying the outdoors.


Do I Need To Walk 10,000 Steps Every Day?

WFAA-TV
June 21, 2017

Should you be walking 10,000 steps every day? WFAA-TV asked Cooper Clinic Preventive Medicine Physician Dr. Riva Rahl to verify.


Creative Ways to Eat More Veggies

FOX 4 Good Day
June 19, 2017

You've probably never seen vegetables like this before. Cooper Clinic Registered Dietitian Meridan Zerner shares some creative ideas for incorporating veggies into your usual meals.


Beat the Bloat

FOX 4 Good Day
June 17, 2017

Cooper Clinic Registered Dietitian Meridan Zerner talks reasons why you might be bloating and how to put a stop to it.


How a Bad Day of Waterskiing at Lake Texoma Inspired Ken Cooper's Global Fitness Business

The Dallas Morning News
June 12, 2017

People around the world know Dr. Kenneth H. Cooper as the father of aerobics. But there’s another side to him: Ken Cooper, businessman.


The Scott Murray Show Featuring Dr. Kenneth Cooper

KLIF-AM
June 11, 2017

Dr. Kenneth H. Cooper stops by The Scott Murray Show on KLIF-AM to discuss the history of Cooper Aerobics.


Patience, Salt and Other Must-Haves to Stay Fit in the Texas Heat

The Dallas Morning News
June 8, 2017

When the temperature is a mere 70 degrees at 6 a.m. with forecast highs a paltry 90, we tend to think — with selective seasonal amnesia — we have summer licked. How hot can it get, really? Cooper Clinic Platinum Physician Dr. Emily Hebert explains.


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