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Harris County Public Health Confirms Flu-Related Pediatric Death

Residents Encouraged to Protect Themselves from the Flu

HARRIS COUNTY, TX – Harris County Public Health (HCPH) is confirming a flu-related

Young women are using A.D.H.D. drugs in greater numbers

by Benedict Carey The percentage of young adult women who filled prescriptions for drugs used to treat attention deficit disorder has

5 things pediatricians want parents to know about the flu epidemic

The deadly flu epidemic sweeping the nation has closed schools in states from Alabama to Texas and killed at least 30 children since

Flu widespread in 36 states, CDC reports

by Rachel Ohm Outbreaks of influenza are getting an early start this year in part because of cold weather gripping much

Missouri City Receives Three Competitive Grants for Citywide Parks and Recreation Programming

Missouri City is capping off 2017 by being the recipient of three grant awards for Parks & Recreation programming: the National

40 percent of US cancers linked to excess weight

WASHINGTON | AFP | About 40 percent of all cancers in the United States — more than 630,000 in all —

Pondering Pregnancy? Zika update and planned seminar


SUGAR LAND – On Nov. 28, 2016, the Texas Department of State Health Services reported the state’s first case of local mosquito-borne

Tobacco use among US students dropped sharply in 2016: study

WASHINGTON | AFP – Tobacco use among American middle and high school students — especially electronic cigarette use — declined sharply in 2016

Doing this will help you sleep better

New research finds only 14% of people said they get enough sleep

by Jacob Passy Bad news, yogis: Your relaxing meditation may not

Get the Facts – Stroke vs. Heart Attack Seminar

SUGAR LAND—(February 28, 2017) — As with most things in life, a little awareness can go a long way. This is especially true