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Mooncakes from heaven: Hong Kong’s sweet obsession

HONG KONG, China | AFP | Monday 9/3/2017 – It is one of Hong Kong’s most treasured food traditions: the buying, giving and

A Debt Collector Cannot Harass You

Q. A debt collector is harassing my mother for her brother’s credit card debt. The last call scared her because they threatened to

Texas Laws Protect Nurses from Wrongful Termination and Other Adverse Employment Actions

Nurses are obligated to protect patients and report potential violations or misconduct. A nurse’s license could be at risk if he/she fails to

ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS ABOUT TEXAS SB4 AND KNOW YOUR RIGHTS UNDER THIS LAW –PART II

Q: When SB4 is implemented on September 1st, 2017, please can you advise what we should do when arrested by the police, in

Trump to phase out program protecting young immigrants

WASHINGTON — President Trump on Tuesday ordered an end to the Obama-era executive action that shields young undocumented immigrants from deportation and called

Young professionals celebrate Houston Grand Opera opening

A fashion fete for Houston Grand Opera Young Partners Circle and Opening Night Young Professionals

by Shelby Hodge Photos by Priscilla Dickson THE

My pain is invisible and hurdles invincible!

by Dr. Surya Raguthu The quality of life is as good as your health and functionality of one’s physical and mental state. Some

Appeal Level 2 & 3: Medicare Advantage Plan

Appeals – Level 2: Independent Review Entity (IRE) If your plan decides against your reconsideration, they must send you a notice that gives

Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital announces new cancer survivorship program

 

 

SUGAR LAND, (September 1, 2017) — Thanks to a generous grant from the George Foundation, Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital is

Missouri mom donates breast milk to families in Houston

by Rachel Menitoff ST. LOUIS – An Owensville mom donated more than 1,000 ounces of breast milk to families in Houston impacted by