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American Diabetes Association Hosts Annual Diabetes Expo

by Susan Pothanikat

HOUSTON – On October 17, 2015, the American Diabetes Association of Houston held their annual Diabetes Expo at NRG Park.

Importance of Betel Leaf (Paan) in Religion and Health

by Prof. Meenakshi Bhattacharjee, Rice University, Houston TX.

Betel leaf or paan plays a prominent role in the socio-religious life of the Hindus.

Houstonian seniors’ Club 65 Picnic

by Jaseem Pasha MD

Houstonian Seniors’ Club 65 is well known for its hospitality, including good food, educational seminars, delightful outings, picnics and

ASIE held Technical Seminar Tour at BAPS Mandir

by Dinesh Shah, MBA, PE

STAFFORD – American Society Of Indian Engineers & Architects (ASIE) consistently strives to promote professional development by organizing

Evening Learning Programs Set In Nov. 2015 At School Of The Woods-Montessori

School of the Woods will present two Evening Learning Programs in November. They are structured as full evening events, both programs beginning at

Austin and Clements High School football teams donate breast cancer shirts

SUGAR LAND—(October 20, 2015) — Two Fort Bend ISD high school football squads recently made generous donations to the Houston Methodist Sugar Land

Memorial Hermann Southwest Hospital Goes Pink for October

HOUSTON – Memorial Hermann Southwest Hospital is shining a pink light on Breast Cancer Awareness Month. In addition to pink ribbons

MTS celebrates Navarathri highlighting Suvasini Pooja

by Bhargavi Golla

Navaratri is a Hindu festival of nine nights dedicated to the worship of the goddess Shakti, as the emanating power,

JVB Preksha Meditation Center’s grand Annual Day celebrates 16 years in Houston

by: Seema Jain

“The efforts of the past become the fate of the present and the future.” -Acharya Shri Mahashraman

16 years ago

SLPD to Target Highway Safety during Halloween

Sugar Land, TX – Sugar Land police will target drunk driving and speed compliance during the upcoming Halloween holidays from Oct. 23 through