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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

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.