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Exercise ‘keeps the mind sharp’ in over-50s

Moderate physical exercise such as cycling or jogging can help boost brain power, research suggests

Doing moderate exercise several times a week is

Texas health officials say we’re still ‘quite vulnerable’ to Zika this mosquito season

by Ashley Lopez Mosquito season is upon us, and Texas still isn’t out of the woods when it comes to Zika.

Salt makes you hungry, not thirsty, scientists say

by Josh Hafner It’s conventional wisdom as timeless as beer taps: Eating salty foods makes you thirsty. But if you inhale

Why White is Right for the Summer


The summer is going to be sheer delight, in more ways than one. Designers unveiled sheer white crop tops,

Feminism is in fashion

by Christina Dean I realised that feminism is well and truly in fashion when I was in New York during the city’s famous

Nip, tuck, lift and shape: Cosmetic surgery thrives

by Mariëtte Le Roux PARIS, France | AFP – Demand for cosmetic surgery is showing no sign of abating, with a boom in

New Public Plaza Opens Next to Smart Financial Centre at Sugar Land


Sugar Land, Texas – The city of Sugar Land will host a grand opening of a new public plaza on

Sugar Land ‘Best City’ Award for Tourism


Sugar Land, TX – The Texas Travel Counselors awarded the city of Sugar Land with the “Best City” award, tying with popular

Innovative Bone Healing Technology wins over $700,000 from TiE at the Rice Business Plan Competition

HOUSTON – A student team from Aachen (Germany), Medical Magnesium, are set to revolutionize orthopaedic surgery with their innovative implant technology which could

Houston First Initiative to increase Tourism Visitors by 4.5 Million by 2020

by Jacob David HOUSTON – The Asian Chamber of Commerce hosted yet another inspiring and engaging luncheon, “Houston First / Visit Houston” speaker