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Eating 5.5 portions of fruit and veg a day may lower a woman’s risk of breast cancer

New US research has found that women who eat at least five and a half portions of fruit and vegetables every day may

CY Woods Students earn national recognition

Winners take first place at the Texas State Leadership Conference

Cypress Woods sophomores Govind Chada and Aayush Gupta were among the more than

Teens glued to phones risk ‘modest’ rise in ADHD symptoms: study

TAMPA, Florida | AFP – A new study out Tuesday says digital overload could be linked to a “modest” but significant rise in

Importance of Diet in Coronary Heart Disease: Risks and Solutions – Part I

by Dr. Meenakshi Bhattacharjee

Characteristics of heart disease Cardiovascular disease is known as the silent killer—especially for women. It takes the lives of

Medicare Part D beneficiaries are charged a variety of out-of-pocket expenses

Medicare Part D helps retirees pay for their prescription drugs. But these prescription drug plans have a variety of out-of-pocket costs that vary

6 Skin experts on how to treat acne scars

by Lisa Niven Tackling acne and finding a treatment that works for you can be a rewarding experience, but often the scars

How Many Americans are Finding Affordable Housing

With the cost of housing continuing to rise faster than wages, it’s no wonder that many Americans nationwide are struggling to make

Electrical Power Surge Causes Partial Shutdown At City’s Regional Surface Water Treatment Plant

 

 

Missouri City’s Regional Surface Water Treatment Plant is partially off-line due to an electrical power surge that damaged facility

How to Improve Children’s Attention Span

The amount of time we are able to concentrate on a task without giving in to distractions is called

7th Annual Greater Houston Rath Yatra Celebrated at Char Dham Hindu Temple

THE WOODLANDS, TX – Lord Jagannath works in His own mysterious ways. While all day long, it was hot and humid, just before