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Major study confirms health benefits of lean protein

by Kerry SHERIDAN MIAMI, | AFP | 8/1/2016 – Eating lean proteins, such as nuts, chicken and fish, reduces a person’s risk of

New program adds round-the-clock care to Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital’s most critical patients

 

 

 

SUGAR LAND – (August 1, 2016) — Houston Methodist Sugar Land is the one and only hospital in Fort Bend

Scientists cut “Gordian knot” in the human genome

3-D genome surgery on female’s silent X chromosome alters folding of inch-long loops

HOUSTON – (July 18, 2016) – Females have two X

Many fitness trackers leak personal data: study

WASHINGTON | AFP 7/18/2016 – Security weaknesses on many popular fitness trackers may allow hackers to access or potentially manipulate user data, a

Poor US black men face nearly 3x death risk: study

Poor African-American men in the United States face nearly three times the risk of dying as black men above the poverty line, according

Biodiversity plunges below ‘safe’ levels: study

Having a range of different plant and animal species helps guarantee the health of the Earth, but a study Thursday suggested that biodiversity

Yoga Therapy: Unlocking the Hidden Vitality -Part I

by Meenakshi Bhattacharjee 21st June saw the celebrations of International Yoga Day aimed to raise awareness of the many benefits of practicing yoga

Redhead gene may boost skin cancer risk: study

PARIS, France | AFP | 7/12/2016 – A gene variant carried by people with red hair, pale skin and freckles may boost skin

Scientists outline stategy for AIDS cure

by Marlowe HOOD PARIS, France | AFP | Calling the AIDS epidemic “the most important global health challenge in modern history,” more than

Meds lower risk of HIV in couples having condomless sex

MIAMI | AFP | Tuesday 7/12/2016 – Antiretroviral therapy vastly lowers the risk of spreading HIV for couples in which one partner has