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Exercise ‘keeps the mind sharp’ in over-50s

Moderate physical exercise such as cycling or jogging can help boost brain power, research suggests

Doing moderate exercise several times a week is

Texas health officials say we’re still ‘quite vulnerable’ to Zika this mosquito season

by Ashley Lopez Mosquito season is upon us, and Texas still isn’t out of the woods when it comes to Zika.

Salt makes you hungry, not thirsty, scientists say

by Josh Hafner It’s conventional wisdom as timeless as beer taps: Eating salty foods makes you thirsty. But if you inhale

Mental illness is on the rise but access to care keeps dwindling

Why isn’t the health care system addressing people with mental illness?

By Lindsay Holmes More Americans than ever before are

Learning from our parents’ heart health mistakes

by Jane E. Brody Narrowed, aging blood vessels, which put most older American adults at risk for heart disease and strokes,

Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital’s new arts program for cancer survivors provides opportunity for expression — and healing

SUGAR LAND – (April 6, 2017) — Fort Bend-area cancer survivors now have a new artistic outlet to help with emotions

Brainwave Optimization® The Future Of Healthcare?

It’s entirely possible that Brainwave Optimization (BWO) will play a vital and integral role in the future of health-care. BWO uses EEG technology

3 ways seniors can save on prescriptions this year

If you signed up for a new Medicare plan during Open Enrollment, it’s important to understand how your prescription drug costs

How much longer will students be willing to go away to college?

by Jeffrey J. Selingo As the last of the college acceptances roll in for high school seniors this month, it’s likely more of

Most mutations in cancer are random DNA mistakes: study

by Kerry Sheridan MIAMI | AFP | 3/23/2017 – What causes cancer? A new study published Thursday suggests that cells make random mistakes