Dallas Observer: Unfair Park Blog
February 2, 2011
Dr. Kenneth Cooper takes a stand concerning childhood obesity issues at Dallas City Hall for the Mayor's Youth Fitness Initiative. Read more about Dallas' current situation on youth health and the obesity epidemic.
The New York Times
January 30, 2011
Dr. Kenneth H. Cooper is known for coining the term, and publishing the book "Aerobics" in 1968. Along with iconic leaders through the decades, Dr. Cooper is recognized in this New York Times timeline for his contribution to the health and fitness industry.
The Dallas Morning News' Dallas Life Blog
January 24, 2011
The Cooper Institute is bringing an 11-part obstacle course for kids at the 2011 NFL Experience. This is the only Dallas youth-related booth that will be there, so bring the kids for a good time!
Dallas Business Journal
January 21, 2011
Saving employer health care costs and creating company wellness programs is becoming increasingly popular. David Atkinson, vice president of corporate wellness at Cooper Corporate Solutions, explains the value of a wellness program.
D CEO Magazine
January 4, 2011
What's Dr. Tyler Cooper's weakness? Chocolate chip cookies with M&M's on top. Learn more about Dr. Cooper's adventures starting as a business student at Baylor University to his current post as CEO of Cooper Aerobics in Dallas, Texas.
NBC 5 - Dallas Fort Worth
November 24, 2010
Colleen Loveland, a Cooper Clinic dietitian, and her patient, Frank Timmons, share how to control your diet over the holidays with healthy advice for holiday parties and the big meals.
November 15, 2010
CNN weekend anchor T.J. Holmes gets his first physical exam in over 10 years at Cooper Clinic. Follow T.J.'s exam and along with radio host Tom Joyner, hear about encouraging loved ones to visit the doctor.
November 13, 2010
See more of CNN weekend anchor T.J. Holmes' first visit to the doctor in over 10 years. T.J. gets the full Cooper Clinic preventive exam including a treadmill stress test, dermatology exam, nutrition consultation, and more.
The Dallas Morning News
November 2, 2010
After receiving the news that he was prediabetic, 10-year-old Blake Brown and his mother, Karen, decided to make a change starting with the Healthy Habits for Kids program at Cooper Clinic. Full of easy, smart ideas to jump start Blake's healthy lifestyle, Cooper Clinic dietitian, Patty Kirk began working with Blake to infuse health into his new life.
Woman's Day Magazine
November 1, 2010
Cooper Wellness veteran Peg Williams is highlighted in the November issue of Woman's Day Magazine for her amazing weight-loss transformation. Through the Cooper Wellness six-day program, Peg learned how to eat healthy and take her workouts on the road to fit her travel-heavy lifestyle.