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Lead poisoning may hasten death for millions in US: study

by Marlowe Hood NEW YORK | AFP, 3/12/2018 – Persistent, low-level exposure to lead over decades is statistically linked to some

Flu virus: Wily ‘shapeshifter’ always one step ahead

 

by Mariët PARIS, France | AFP | 3/9/2018 – On a March morning 100 years ago, a soldier in Kansas reported to

The flu vaccine: A high-stakes gamble

 

by Paul Ricard PARIS, France | AFP | Friday 3/9/2018 – It is a high-stakes gamble with thousands of human

How to select the right wood for your stove, insert or fireplace

An EPA-certified wood stove, insert or fireplace can offer your home greater comfort and efficiency and add a rustic look and

Mexican regional cuisine drives booming food scene

by Jean Luis Arce Sure, every foodie loves tacos and enchiladas. But what about lesser-known Mexican classics like cochinita pibil, the impossibly flavorful,

Texas A&M ​​N​RI ​scientist invents novel therapy for ​brain disorder

Epilepsy affects the lives of millions of people worldwide, and although breakthroughs in epilepsy research have provided individual pieces of the puzzle, researchers

Amid a deadly season, the race is on to outsmart an ever-mutating flu virus

by Cynthia Koons and Ivan Levingston (Bloomberg News) PITTSBURGH, PA, March 2, 2018 – The only thing worse than getting the

Houston Methodist Sugar Land offers ‘Beat the Pack’ program to give smokers a successful start on resolution to quit

SUGAR LAND – (March 5, 2018) — Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital is offering the community a proven program to help people quit

Stop Diabetes Movement (SDM) camps create measurable impact on participants

by Nikhil Jain Sewa International and VYASA organized ten-day yoga camps from Feb. 16th to 25th. The camps were held simultaneously

Does emotional eating begin in early childhood?

New US research has shown emotions can affect the food choices of children as young as 4½, with feelings of happiness or sadness