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Frequent sauna use may cut stroke risk: study

People in Finland who regularly take saunas may face a far lower stroke risk than those who go less often, said a study

May is Lyme Disease Awareness Month: how to protect and prevent this summer

The May marks Lyme Disease Awareness Month, reminding us to take care to avoid tick bites when exploring the great outdoors

Are you, or a loved one, living with Parkinson’s disease or essential tremor?

SUGAR LAND—(May 4, 2018) — Parkinson’s disease affects more than one million Americans and is the second most common neurodegenerative disease after Alzheimer’s

Energy drinks cause negative health effects in more than half of young people

Consumption of energy drinks, which contain concentrated amounts of caffeine and other stimulants, sugars, vitamins, and amino acids such as taurine, has increased

Anesthesia before three doesn’t affect IQ, study indicates, though it may cause other problems

New research has found that despite concerns there is no evidence to suggest that giving anesthesia to children under the age of three

Music-based treatment may alleviate anxiety, depression in dementia patients

by Ariel Scotti The salience network of the brain is responsible for selecting which outside stimuli are deserving of our attention

Five healthy lifestyle habits could add ten or more years to life finds new study

New US research has found that sticking to five healthy habits throughout adulthood, including eating a healthy diet, regular exercise, maintaining a healthy

Seniors more likely to stick to a workout routine when they can do it together

Carried out by researchers at the University of British Columbia (UBC) the study looked at 627 adults with an average age of 72

How to do a spring detox – from your smartphone

If you’re thinking about a spring detox to give your health a boost, don’t forget your mental health. Many studies have shown how

Houston Methodist Sugar Land offers advanced treatment for nonhealing wounds

 

SUGAR LAND—(April 24, 2018)— For people living with diabetes, even the smallest scrape can lead to potentially dangerous circumstances. High blood sugar