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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

New vaccine against rotavirus could curb child deaths

MIAMI, AFP | 3/22/2017 – A new vaccine that is cheap to make and does not require refrigeration has shown promise in preventing

Virtual reality brings home the horror of hospital attacks

by Nina Larson GENEVA, Switzerland | AFP | Doctors and nurses bustle round a patient with a broken leg, when suddenly there is

Fruit-fuelled evolution of a bigger brain: study

PARIS, France | AFP | Monday 3/27/2017 – Humans likely developed large and powerful brains, researchers said Monday, with the help of what

Deaths up sharply among people with autism: study

MIAMI | AFP. Monday 3/27/2017 – People with autism are three times as likely to die from an injury

Climate change ‘makes deadly China pollution worse’

by Marlowe Hood PARIS, France | AFP | – Global warming has boosted the frequency and severity of deadly air pollution