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Extinct antelope species identified in India by young Rice University anthropologist

A Rice anthropologist has identified a new species of extinct antelope that once roamed what is present-day India during the late ice age

Electronic skin feels the heat, hears the sound

New materials show promise for covering prosthetic limbs, other medical devices

by Meghan Rosen

A new electronic skin can feel the grain of

Beware of the 2016 Obamacare individual mandate penalty

As you probably know by now, Obamacare imposes a penalty on individuals who fail to have a certain level of health

2015 Transplant Symposium at Memorial Hermann Texas Medical Center a huge success

by Jacob David

HOUSTON – The 3rd Annual Transplant Symposium 2015 was held on Thursday, October 29, 2015 at the Hermann Conference Center.

6 ways to prevent stroke and disability by living a healthy lifestyle

by Lecia Bushak

Stroke is one of the biggest health problems in the U.S. — it’s the fifth leading cause of

Preventing Alzheimer’s with lifestyle changes

by Dr. Michael Greger

It’s safe to say that Alzheimer’s disease research is in a “state of crisis.” For the past two decades,

Breast Cancer Awareness: Know Your Risk At Every Age

by Adriana M. Higgins, Susan G. Komen® Houston Executive Director

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and with the annual Susan

How Medicare Covers Shots and Vaccines

Flu shots How often is it covered?

Medicare Part B (Medical Insurance) normally covers one flu shot per flu season. Who’s

Sausages, ham cause cancer, red meat ‘probably’ too: agency

by Mariette LE ROUX

PARIS, France | AFP | 10/26/2015 – Sausages, ham and other processed meats cause bowel cancer, and

Hands-free gadgets create safety hazards for drivers: study

by Rob Lever

WASHINGTON – Are those hands-free tech tools aimed at helping motorists keep their eyes on the road a