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Resolutions for a beautiful New Year

 

A new year is the perfect time to turn over a new leaf, and this includes ditching all those bad

Green is the new black: sustainable beauty gets a boost in New York

Green is beautiful, if the buzz surrounding the upcoming Sustainable Cosmetics Summit in New York is anything to go by.

As the beauty

Medicare Physician Compare and Hospital Compare updated

The popular websites Physician Compare and Hospital Compare have been updated and expanded by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). The

Pomegranate supplements have limited effects on heart disease

by Stephen Feller

WASHINGTON, Dec. 14 (UPI) — Pomegranates have been found in previous studies to help prevent heart disease but

Taking antidepressants while pregnant may double autism risk

by Kerry SHERIDAN

MIAMI, | AFP – Women who take certain common antidepressants while pregnant may face almost twice the risk

Prostate cancer therapy linked to Alzheimer’s risk

WASHINGTON, | AFP | Men taking a treatment for prostate cancer known as androgen deprivation therapy may be almost twice as

Are you ready to seek treatment for varicose veins?

 

 

 

Free varicose and spider vein seminar

SUGAR LAND—(December 2, 2015) — Varicose veins can be unsightly and may cause discomfort

New York adopts first US menu salt warnings

by Thomas URBAIN

New York on Tuesday became the first US city to adopt salt warnings on restaurant menus for food

Houston Methodist Cardiology Associates welcomes Michael H. Koo, M.D.

SUGAR LAND, (November 30, 2015) — Board-certified cardiologist Michael H. Koo, M.D., is joining Houston Methodist Cardiology Associates.

“It’s an honor to join

Study warns of risks from ‘distracted walking’

WASHINGTON – You might think you can safely walk and text on your smartphone at the same time. But watch out for the