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What’s New and Beneficial About Raspberries? Part I

by Prof. Meenakshi Bhattacharjee, Rice University, Houston TX.

Raspberries belong to the rose (Rosaceae) family. Among U.S. consumers, raspberries are the

Free colorectal cancer awareness seminar and screening kit

Colorectal cancer affects 1 out of 20 Americans

SUGAR LAND — (February 1, 2016) According to the American Cancer Society, colorectal

Cost of cutting corners: US kids with lead poisoning

by Mira OBERMAN

CHICAGO, AFP, 1/8/2016 – The children of Flint, Michigan, are paying the price for a cost-cutting measure that

Superstitions: Where did they come from?

by Prof. Meenakshi Bhattacharjee, Rice University, Houston TX.

Superstitions have come a long way in history and have been evolved in

Understanding Tests Covered by Medicare

Colorectal cancer screenings How often is it covered? Medicare Part B (Medical Insurance) covers several types of colorectal cancer screening tests to help

Having more children could have an effect on rate of aging says new research

New research suggests that the number of children a woman could affect the rate at which her body ages, with more children leading

Deadly bacteria more prevalent than previously thought: study

BANGKOK, Thailand | AFP – An often deadly and difficult to treat bacterial disease is much more prevalent than previously thought and kills

The Heart Truth — Free Heart Health Screenings at Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital

SUGAR LAND — (December 30, 2015) — Think of your heart as your body’s delivery system. It pumps out the good stuff—oxygenated and

Study shows higher cancer risk among twins, siblings

MIAMI | AFP | Twins share the same genes, and when one gets cancer, the other faces a higher risk of getting sick

Happy New Year and Say Goodbye to the Social Security ‘File-and-Suspend’ Strategy

Couples who want to use the “file-and-suspend” strategy to maximize their Social Security benefits will have to rethink their plan. Thanks