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Indo-American youth in bluegrass boy band on national TV show

The Salty Dogs, a group of pre-teen bluegrass all-stars, brought down the house and delighted millions of television viewers on last night’s edition

Malala receives highest UN honor to promote girls education

NEW YORK: (Reuters) – United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres appointed Nobel laureate Malala Yousafzai a UN Messenger of Peace on Monday to promote

Campus making free speech ‘in-your-face’ bold

A new group of Harvard undergraduates seeks to highlight First Amendment rights by inviting the most controversial speakers possible to address

Young people are less likely to view refugees as threat: survey finds

by May Bulman WASHINGTON D.C. – Young people in the US are less likely to view Iraqi and Syrian refugees as a danger

Learning from our parents’ heart health mistakes

by Jane E. Brody Narrowed, aging blood vessels, which put most older American adults at risk for heart disease and strokes,

Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital’s new arts program for cancer survivors provides opportunity for expression — and healing

SUGAR LAND – (April 6, 2017) — Fort Bend-area cancer survivors now have a new artistic outlet to help with emotions

Tibetan fashion hits the Beijing runway

BEIJING, China | AFP | Face painted yellow and white with long braids draping her shoulders, a model in voluminous grey robes walks

What’s in a Chinese name? Ancient rites and growing business

by Yanan WANG BEIJING, China | AFP | In a one-room shop tucked inside a Beijing alley, a bearded 74-year-old fortune-teller in crimson

Brainwave Optimization® The Future Of Healthcare?

It’s entirely possible that Brainwave Optimization (BWO) will play a vital and integral role in the future of health-care. BWO uses EEG technology

3 ways seniors can save on prescriptions this year

If you signed up for a new Medicare plan during Open Enrollment, it’s important to understand how your prescription drug costs