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Posted Mon, Sep 19, 2022
Watermelon Lime Mocktail
Posted Thu, Sep 15, 2022
Walking. Running. Lifting weights. It gets repetitive—we get it.
Posted Fri, Sep 09, 2022
Burned out? You’re not alone. The pandemic has made many of us feel isolated and on edge while juggling family, career and fear of falling ill.
Posted Mon, Sep 05, 2022
If you’re sleepwalking through life, your diet may be partly to blame.
Posted Wed, Aug 24, 2022
They slither on the ground. They hide in the grass. Sometimes you can see them, and sometimes you cannot.
Posted Tue, Aug 16, 2022
If your kids’ faces are constantly buried behind electronic devices, it may be time to cut the charging cord.
Posted Thu, Aug 11, 2022
Hot temperatures hit Houston early this year. May was the city’s second-hottest May ever and the heat has lingered making this one of our hottest summers ever.
Posted Tue, Aug 09, 2022
There’s more than plates being passed around a dinner table. It’s where we learn about food and eating habits—often subconsciously.
Posted Thu, Aug 04, 2022
Eat properly—and your body will thank you for it.
Posted Wed, Jul 20, 2022
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 Tue, Jul 19, 2022
‘Tis the season - always - for kids’ illnesses, allergies and accidents.
Posted Mon, Jul 11, 2022
Many parts of the country, especially here in Texas, are experiencing record-breaking heat with temperatures soaring into the triple digits.
Posted Fri, Jul 01, 2022
There will be parades, family picnics, cookouts, American flags flying outside of homes, and, of course, fireworks this Fourth of July.
Posted Fri, Jun 24, 2022
Migraines are a common neurological condition, but experts do not fully understand the cause. People with migraines often have recurring attacks that are triggered by different factors.
Posted Sun, Jun 19, 2022
Longtime residents and visitors alike will tell you—Houston heat can be brutal. That’s why Dr. Joshua Feinstein, MD, FACEP, emergency physician
Posted Wed, Jun 15, 2022
We get it — you’re busy and going to the doctor isn’t your favorite pastime. But you should give seemingly pesky problems like exhaustion, heavy snoring and lack of focus another thought.
Posted Tue, Jun 07, 2022
As you well know, kids can get into anything—and will.
Posted Thu, Jun 02, 2022
When upsetting events air on the television screen, social media feed or the radio, it can be hard for parents to know how to address these difficult topics with their children.
Posted Mon, May 30, 2022
Let's throw shade at sun sins by bringing to light surprising facts about the nation's most common cancer - skin cancer.
Posted Thu, May 19, 2022
As a pediatrician, I understand the concerns that many parents face about the nationwide baby formula shortage.
Posted Mon, May 16, 2022
In May 2017, Brandon Ray was rushed into surgery to save his life after he suffered a ruptured aorta, the major artery that carries blood from the heart.
Posted Thu, May 05, 2022
Eat properly—and your body will thank you for it.
Posted Fri, Apr 29, 2022
‘Tis the season - always - for kids’ illnesses, allergies and accidents. As a parent, you race to keep pace. Here’s a guide to ailments, needed actions, tests and tool kits to prep you for whatever’s going around.
Posted Fri, Apr 22, 2022
You don’t have to eat out to enjoy farm-to-table fare. It’s available at an outdoor venue near you.
Posted Thu, Apr 21, 2022
First smiles and coos aren’t the only momentous milestones in a baby’s first year. So is the progression to solid food—and, as with anything, your baby develops at his or her own pace.
Posted Fri, Apr 15, 2022
There’s more than plates being passed around a dinner table. It’s where we learn about food and eating habits—often subconsciously.
Posted Wed, Apr 13, 2022
By Dr. Kateryna Komarovskiy, a Houston-based Endocrinologist affiliated with Memorial Hermann
Posted Tue, Apr 12, 2022
During allergy season, it’s not just pollen irritating you, but —certain foods can contribute to sneezing, stuffy noses, watery and itchy ears and irritated throats.
Posted Mon, Apr 11, 2022
Riccky Friloux knows overcoming challenges in life takes patience, perseverance and a positive attitude.
Posted Tue, Apr 05, 2022
Fact: By the end of this day, 17 Americans will die waiting for an organ transplant.
Posted Sun, Apr 03, 2022
E-cigarettes, vapes and hookahs have blazed ahead in popularity, but are they really safer than traditional cigarettes?
Posted Mon, Mar 14, 2022
As trees and blossoms begin to bud, you may sneeze, while your eyes itch and nostrils drip.
Posted Sat, Mar 12, 2022
This Sunday marks the beginning of Daylight Saving Time, wherein we “spring forward” and collectively advance our clocks one hour.
Posted Thu, Mar 10, 2022
With two years of the COVID-19 pandemic behind us and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) relaxing some of their guidance as cases continue to decline, experts predict
Posted Tue, Mar 01, 2022
No news doesn’t necessarily mean good news—especially when it comes to a body part we’d rather ignore: our colon. Yet many people shun checks for colon cancer despite the benefits.
Posted Mon, Feb 14, 2022
Letting baby be boss at mealtime is a newly popular trend referred to as baby-led weaning (BLW).
Posted Tue, Feb 08, 2022
Gone are the days we say “lie down and take it easy” when it comes to cancer treatment. Research findings show how regular exercise is a key part to staying healthy during and beyond cancer treatment.
Posted Tue, Feb 01, 2022
We get it—you want to put your best foot forward. But pampering and pretty polish might not be worth the price.
Posted Fri, Jan 28, 2022
Each January, countless numbers of goal-oriented people find themselves writing out a list of resolutions for the coming year—and after what is often a decadent holiday season,
Posted Wed, Jan 19, 2022
You are invited to join Tzu-Ching Wu, MD, and Tiffany Cossey, MD, as they discuss the latest treatment advances for stroke and Houston's largest stroke network during a free live educational webinar
Posted Wed, Jan 19, 2022
Banish “No pain, no gain” as an exercise approach while setting your 2022 fitness goals.
Posted Mon, Jan 10, 2022
Memorial Hermann Health System delivers thousands of Houston-area babies each year, but rarely do those deliveries happen just outside the hospital walls.
Posted Mon, Jan 10, 2022
By now you may know someone—if not several people—with omicron, the latest and fastest spreading strain of COVID-19.
Posted Sun, Dec 26, 2021
If your kids’ faces are constantly buried behind electronic devices, it may be time to cut the charging cord.
Posted Fri, Dec 24, 2021
According to multiple studies, Americans typically see a sharp increase in their alcohol consumption between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day.
Posted Wed, Dec 22, 2021
After limited in-person gatherings, you may feel ready to reunite with your social circle but also anxious to do so.
Posted Thu, Dec 16, 2021
As the omicron variant spreads rapidly across the globe, Memorial Hermann Health System is staying up-to-date on the latest information about its transmissibility and pathogenicity,
Posted Wed, Dec 15, 2021
Old World: Our ancestors made their own cosmetics, candles, house cleaners and pesticides.
Posted Tue, Dec 14, 2021
On-demand workouts are in demand—and there's no wonder why.
Posted Sat, Dec 04, 2021
A new COVID-19 variant, omicron, has reached the USA’s horizon.
Posted Mon, Nov 29, 2021
If you’re having high anxiety—sparked or spiked by the coronavirus pandemic—you may be lifting your mood with sweet treats, jacking up with java to fight low energy or dulling depression with alcohol.
Posted Wed, Nov 24, 2021
The holiday season brings many opportunities for indulgence with hearty meals, special cocktails, and extra sweets.
Posted Tue, Nov 23, 2021
As Thanksgiving approaches, many eagerly anticipate festive celebrations with family and friends. Those celebrations often center on food and culinary indulgences, which can be very stressful for the estimated 30.3 million people
Posted Mon, Nov 22, 2021
Following months of grounded travel, many Americans are returning to the skies this holiday season to visit friends and family. But these long-haul journeys can have more risks than just lost luggage, and if you are someone at risk for vascular ...
Posted Wed, Nov 17, 2021
While the winter holiday season is a joyous time for tradition and family gatherings, it also can create opportunities for tragic, unintentional injuries to occur.
Posted Tue, Nov 16, 2021
Epilepsy affects over three million Americans but is often misunderstood. Here are common misperceptions of this malady.
Posted Thu, Nov 04, 2021
Now that the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine has been approved for emergency use in children ages 5 to 11, you may have questions.
Posted Thu, Oct 28, 2021
You snooze, you lose? No—you win.
Posted Wed, Oct 27, 2021
The flu may have been less threatening last year, but that’s thanks to many of us staying at home much of the fall and winter of 2020.
Posted Tue, Oct 26, 2021
Last year, Halloween night was especially ghoulish as families struggled to keep traditions alive while also protecting their children and themselves from COVID-19.
Posted Thu, Oct 14, 2021
You may be worried that your immunity against COVID-19 is dwindling.
Posted Thu, Sep 30, 2021
Booster shots are here for some, on the horizon for others and a relief for all.
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