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Young people are drawn to cryptocurrency. But what about the risks?

by Anna Balney Like many bitcoin investors, Ray Russell heard about cryptocurrencies from a friend who made money. Investing in crypto sounded easier

Nursing graduation is a family affair

GALVESTON, Texas – For six of the 578 graduates receiving their degrees from The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston

Inaugural 2018 UH mechanical engineering alumni mixer

HOUSTON, March 26, 2018 – The 8th Wonder Brewery was buzzing with activity last Thursday as UH mechanical engineering alumni, faculty

UH Engineers, Chevron Introduce Houston-Area Girls To STEM Fun

by Rashda Khan HOUSTON, March 28, 2018 – The Cullen College of Engineering at the University of Houston was a happening

This young entrepreneur shares the 3-step strategy she uses to banish self-doubt

by Nina Zipkin When Sabena Suri, then 24 years old, couldn’t visit a friend who had been hospitalized, Suri and two other friends

Babies think logically before they can talk

A new study shows language is not a prerequisite for some basic reasoning

By Bret Stetka Symbolic communication in the form

Building Dreams: UH architecture student wins design competition

Winning home design will be constructed in Sharpstown community

Save the date. Seeds of Sharpstown will be holding an Open House in honor

Young South Koreans lured by cryptocurrencies struggle with bust after the boom

In South Korea, young adults seeking financial freedom are falling into the craze over cryptocurrencies

NAMYANGJU, South Korea — Feeding into

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

The isolated lives of Japan’s young social recluses

by Laurence Butet-Roch In Japan, observes photographer Maika Elan, “there are always two sides that oppose one another. It is both modern and