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Southwestern National Bank Scholarship Awards Ceremony

On June 21, 2018, Southwestern National Bank hosted its 13th Annual Scholarship Awards Ceremony. Recipients, Kelly Tseng, Charlie Zong, Laura Li and Bowen

UH College of Medicine Adds Leadership, Experience

by Chris Stipes The University of Houston College of Medicine has added three accomplished medical educators to its leadership team. Dr. Ruth Bush

Sixteen FBISD Students named 2018 Texas State Karate Champions

Fort Bend ISD students helped form a 24-member athletic team that competed at the 2018 Texas State Karate Championship and Qualifier in May

7-Day Pravachan (discourse) on the science of ​Bhagavad Gita

The event was conducted by Shri Om Prakashji Jad​h​av, a sant from Shantikunj, Haridwar, the headquarters of All World Gayatri

GOPIO-Virginia Honors Six Indian-Americans for Extra Ordinary Achievements

WASHINGTON DC. Six Indians received prestigious Award of Excellence for their extra ordinary achievements in different Categories in Chantilly, Virginia from US Senator

Dr. Atul Gawande has long searched for a cure for the health care system

by Felice J. Freyer Of all the medical students Dr. Michael J. Zinner interviewed for his surgical residency program, none impressed him more

The country deemed to have the healthiest eating habits may surprise you

Though the country is better known for its liberal drug laws than its cuisine, the Dutch diet ranked the healthiest out of 125

Medicare – Your Doctor & You

Doctors are often seen as superheroes, and although they don’t wear capes, they do save lives. However, unlike their superhero counterparts, doctors aren’t

Yoga: Indian practice turned global phenomenon

The Indian discipline of yoga, involving spiritual and physical practices, is followed in myriad forms today by millions of people worldwide, with an

‘Sicario 2’ star Josh Brolin on ‘callous’ US border separations

 

Relevance is often nothing more than good timing and movies are lucky if they can capture the public imagination, spotlighting