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Concussion boosts risk of suicide 3x: study

OTTAWA, Canada | AFP – Adults who suffer a concussion may see their risk of suicide rise three times or more

Bananas may help detect, cure skin cancer: study

PARIS, France | AFP | The black spots on old banana peels may unlock a faster, easier diagnosis of human skin

Bone tests can ruin migrant kids’ Europe chances: study

PARIS | AFP | 2/8/2016 – Among the refugees arriving on Europe’s shores seeking sanctuary from war, poverty or persecution, many

Vandana Khera, M.D. joins Houston Methodist Primary Care Group

SUGAR LAND — (January 30, 2016) — Houston Methodist Primary Care Group is pleased to welcome internal medicine physician Dr. Vandana Khera to

Seek Relief for Back Pain — Free Back & Neck Pain Seminar

SUGAR LAND — (February 1, 2016) Your back is the powerhouse of your body. It gives strength to your movements and supports most

The sweat of your brow: the future of health monitors?

PARIS – 1/27/2016 – Wristbands which track the number of steps you take, how many calories you burn and how fast

What’s New and Beneficial About Raspberries? Part II

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

Control of obesity: One of the most fascinating new areas of raspberry research

TCU biologist hopes for quick vaccine for Zika virus

by Jim Douglas, (WFAA) ,

FORT WORTH, February 1, 2016 — A Fort Worth biologist who has worked on viruses for 30 years

US urges screening adults for depression, including pregnant women

Miami, United States | AFP | Tuesday 1/26/2016 – 16:56 GMT | 326 words

An influential US panel on Tuesday called

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