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Are you ready to seek treatment for varicose veins?

 

 

 

Free varicose and spider vein seminar

SUGAR LAND—(December 2, 2015) — Varicose veins can be unsightly and may cause discomfort

New York adopts first US menu salt warnings

by Thomas URBAIN

New York on Tuesday became the first US city to adopt salt warnings on restaurant menus for food

Houston Methodist Cardiology Associates welcomes Michael H. Koo, M.D.

SUGAR LAND, (November 30, 2015) — Board-certified cardiologist Michael H. Koo, M.D., is joining Houston Methodist Cardiology Associates.

“It’s an honor to join

Study warns of risks from ‘distracted walking’

WASHINGTON – You might think you can safely walk and text on your smartphone at the same time. But watch out for the

Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital Hosts Double Open House

On February 4 2016 for its Heart & Vascular Center and Breast Care Center’s advanced technologies and state-of-the-art facilities 

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The Next Cancer Research Frontier

by Terri Pustilnik, M.D.

New discoveries from research impact our world every day. Just look around your desk or home. How many cell

Halloween Pumpkins : Medicinal properties and uses – Part II

by Meenakshi Bhattacharjee,

Use those guts The guts are the stringy pieces that surround the seeds of your pumpkin, and they can be

Health risk of loneliness has physiological basis: study

 

Washington (AFP) – Loneliness can increase the risk of premature death by 14 percent in older adults, according to

Why diets don’t work: healthy foods vary by individual

 

Miami (AFP) – A healthy food for one person may lead another to gain weight, according to a study

Halloween Pumpkins : Medicinal Properties and Uses – Part I

 

by Meenakshi Bhattacharjee

Pumpkin is a fast-growing vine that creeps along the surface in a similar fashion like that of other Cucurbitaceae