Top Stories: Dallas Symphony To Announce New Director; A Diet For Brain Health
The top local stories this morning from KERA News:
The Dallas Symphony Orchestra's set to announce its new music director later Monday morning at the Meyerson Symphony Center. Get the latest details from Art&Seek.
The appointment's likely to garner international attention because Jaap van Zweden, the previous DSO conductor, now leads the New York Philharmonic.
Other stories this morning:
- Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas, the largest health insurer in the state, has delayed a stricter review policy for a half-million HMO customers. The policy states the insurer would not pay if members use out-of-network emergency rooms for something not serious or non-life-threatening.
- U.S. Energy Secretary Rick Perry will be in Austin today for a Department of Energy Conference.
- This edition of Vital Signs covers the MIND Diet, a food plan devised by researchers to help maintain brain health.
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