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Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital announces new cancer survivorship program



SUGAR LAND, (September 1, 2017) — Thanks to a generous grant from the George Foundation, Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital is

Missouri mom donates breast milk to families in Houston

by Rachel Menitoff ST. LOUIS – An Owensville mom donated more than 1,000 ounces of breast milk to families in Houston impacted by

First cancer gene therapy gets US go-ahead

by Kerry Sheridan MIAMI | AFP – US regulators on Wednesday approved the first gene therapy against cancer — a treatment

TED: Phones and drones transforming healthcare

by Fran Blandy ARUSHA, Tanzania | AFP | Thursday 8/30/2017 – In the developing world, basic healthcare is often a challenge — let

Brain recovery ‘lagging’ after sports concussion

by Marlowe Hood PARIS, France | AFP | Thursday 8/24/2017 – Changes in brain structure and function after a concussion remained visible in

Arsenic in Pakistan ground-water ‘alarmingly high’

MIAMI | AFP | Wednesday 8/23/2017 – Levels of arsenic in the groundwater of eastern Pakistan are “alarmingly high” and pose a significant

Staying Healthy After the Storm

Finally – relieved of  the storm, but whats next? Sickness after a Storm?

By Dr. Manjula Raguthu

Everyone is relieved that the storm

Appeals if you have a Medicare Advantage Health plan

Requesting an organization determination

You have the right to ask your plan to provide or pay for items or services you think should

Scientists launch virtual reality game to detect Alzheimer’s

LONDON | AFP | Monday 8/28/2017 – Sea Quest Hero is more than just the usual computer game in which players find their

Flooded Texas faces higher risk of disease, experts warn


by Kerry SHERIDAN MIAMI | AFP | 8/28/2017 – Sewage-laden floodwaters dumped on Texas by Hurricane Harvey bring a higher