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Posted Thu, Feb 22, 2024
It’s time to shed light on sun-driven skin cancer.
Posted Mon, Feb 19, 2024
“Have a plan,” says JoAnn Breaux, RDN, LD, an H-E-B® dietitian on the wellness nutrition strategy team. “If you shop without purpose, it can become overwhelming.”
Posted Wed, Feb 14, 2024
There’s never a good time to fall ill, but there are certain circumstances when being sick can be worse than usual.
Posted Mon, Feb 12, 2024
You’ve vowed to eat more fruits and vegetables. If only they’d cooperate. Yet even the most Instagram-worthy produce seems to go limp or mushy soon after you get it home.
Posted Mon, Jan 22, 2024
A child’s first smile, crawl or step fills your heart with love and pride.
Posted Fri, Jan 05, 2024
We must cut the cord. Our kids are tethered to cell phones, tablets and other electronic devices for hours each day. And it shows.
Posted Mon, Jan 01, 2024
It’s hard to resist an influencer sharing their seemingly effective workout routines or a doctor offering diet advice to lose weight.
Posted Tue, Dec 26, 2023
Sleepiness should be reserved for nighttime so you and your family’s daytime can be spent being productive.
Posted Tue, Dec 12, 2023
If you are sneezing more than ever this summer, you’re not alone. In 2021, according to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America,
Posted Tue, Nov 21, 2023
Almost everyone gets heartburn once in a while. That burning sensation in the middle of your chest is most commonly caused by acid reflux,
Posted Tue, Nov 14, 2023
Making healthy choices can be difficult during the holiday season. Family parties, work events and neighborhood gatherings are often full of tempting, high-calorie foods and drinks.
Posted Tue, Oct 31, 2023
It seems like everywhere you look these days, you see hand sanitizer—hanging from kids’ lunchboxes, outside grocery stores,
Posted Thu, Oct 26, 2023
When you’re desperate for slumber, it’s tempting to buy a sound machine and expect results.
Posted Tue, Oct 24, 2023
When the fall season approaches, it becomes crucial to shift our focus toward something that makes its regular appearance: the respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) season.
Posted Sun, Oct 15, 2023
High blood pressure doesn’t usually cause symptoms on its own, so many people don’t realize they have it — or they aren’t aware of the risks of ignoring it.
Posted Tue, Sep 26, 2023
No one looks forward to getting a colonoscopy, but it remains the best way to prevent colorectal cancer — and recent improvements are making the prep more comfortable than it’s ever been
Posted Tue, Sep 19, 2023
It’s extremely uncommon for an athlete to go into sudden cardiac arrest while playing a sport. But when it happens, parents face a grim reminder of the dangers of contact sports
Posted Mon, Sep 04, 2023
Viruses. No one likes it when they overstay their welcome. In the event that you or someone in your household gets sick with the flu, COVID-19 or another kind of virus,
Posted Fri, Aug 25, 2023
Memorial Hermann The Woodlands Medical Center is hosting an 8-week Tai Chi class for beginners.
Posted Tue, Aug 22, 2023
Weight and body image are thorny topics for many people. But for kids with changing bodies and surging hormones, discussions about body image can be traumatizing.
Posted Thu, Aug 17, 2023
Years of conflicting recommendations about alcohol consumption have left many of us confused. Does a daily glass of wine have health benefits?
Posted Tue, Aug 01, 2023
Summer and swimming go together—especially for kids, who can’t resist the call of pools and ponds—in the season’s sweltering temps.
Posted Sun, Jul 30, 2023
We all need protein, but just how much — and how best to get it — is a mystery to many of us. While there’s no magic formula for the right amount, and no supplement
Posted Tue, Jul 25, 2023
If you’re sleepwalking through life, your diet may be partly to blame.
Posted Tue, Jul 18, 2023
The realities of artificial sweeteners—and the diet sodas containing them—might surprise you. Here’s the scoop from Sharon Smalling, MPH, RD, LD, a Clinical Dietitian
Posted Wed, Jul 12, 2023
Walking. Running. Lifting weights. It gets repetitive—we get it.
Posted Thu, Jun 29, 2023
When it’s you against a treadmill, time often drags and motivation sags. But surround yourself with likeminded competitors and booming music and suddenly you’re performing at new peaks.
Posted Mon, Jun 12, 2023
Now that the school year is coming to a close it’s the perfect time for you – and your kids – to get outside.
Posted Sun, May 28, 2023
It’s not always obvious where to turn when you get sick. Sometimes you’ll head for an emergency room, other times to an urgent care center.
Posted Sat, May 20, 2023
The endless scroll – most of us know it well. But where does screen obsession fit into today’s self-care focused society?
Posted Thu, May 11, 2023
To be healthier, you’ve decided to eat more fruits and veggies.
Posted Mon, May 08, 2023
If the sound of someone eating chips makes you want to run out of the room screaming, you could have misophonia. The disorder is characterized by extreme emotional reactions to everyday
Posted Tue, Apr 25, 2023
These days more than ever we’re obsessed with dangerous germs. Yes, they exist elsewhere, but the leading bacteria incubators are within your home.
Posted Tue, Apr 18, 2023
Working long hours bookended by long commutes, Houstonians are more stressed than average. In fact, Houston is the most stressful city in the country for workers, according to a recent study
Posted Thu, Mar 16, 2023
We’ve all been there. You travel long-distance for a holiday homecoming or the trip of a lifetime, but then you arrive so exhausted that you sleep-walk through the first few days.
Posted Tue, Mar 14, 2023
We must cut the cord. Our kids are tethered to cell phones, tablets and other electronic devices for hours each day. And it shows.
Posted Fri, Mar 10, 2023
Summer and swimming go together—especially for kids, who can’t resist the call of pools and ponds—in the season’s sweltering temps.
Posted Thu, Feb 23, 2023
When it comes to chronic neck and back pain, surgery is sometimes the best option. But it should be the last option, say James E. Showery, MD, and Cody Tillinghast, MD,
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