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Understanding Spasticity After Stroke

Understanding Spasticity After Stroke

In the United States, someone has a stroke every 40 seconds.[i] Though stroke death rates have declined in recent decades, it is a leading cause of serious long-term disability,[ii] taking…

Houston-area resident reestablishes running career after total knee replacement surgery

Houston-area resident reestablishes running career after total knee replacement surgery

In 2009 Tomball resident Carrie Rand started running and hiking to stay active, and it wasn’t long before she found herself competing in 5Ks, 10Ks and half-marathons around Houston. Unfortunately,…

It takes two: Battling a devastating lung disease

It takes two: Battling a devastating lung disease

(BPT) – Theta Rone and her husband James have been together, side-by-side, through it all – from the grade school classroom to the birth of their two children. They’re the…

Hispanic health: Addressing 4 myths about Type 2 diabetes

Hispanic health: Addressing 4 myths about Type 2 diabetes

Chances are you know someone with type 2 diabetes (T2D) – whether it be a parent, cousin, neighbor or a co-worker. Yet, did you know that diabetes disproportionately affects the…

What’s the deal with teen driving crashes?

What’s the deal with teen driving crashes?

It’s no surprise that teen drivers get into more traffic collisions than their older counterparts, but why? Some reasons include less driving experience, a higher willingness to take risks and…

Survey Results Show Fewer Than Half of U.S. Women Taking Recommended Vitamins Prior to Pregnancy

Survey Results Show Fewer Than Half of U.S. Women Taking Recommended Vitamins Prior to Pregnancy

Prenatal vitamins are an important part of pregnancy, supporting the health of both moms and babies. While the “dos” and “don’ts” of health and nutrition during pregnancy are familiar, it…

5 tips to help prepare for open enrollment and save on health care costs

5 tips to help prepare for open enrollment and save on health care costs

Millions of Americans will soon select or switch their health benefits plan during open enrollment, so now is the time to prepare for that important decision that usually happens once…

Tips for choosing the Medicare plan that’s right for you

Tips for choosing the Medicare plan that’s right for you

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Tips for choosing the Medicare plan that’s right for you

Tips for choosing the Medicare plan that’s right for you

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Advocate for your care: Recognizing and tracking symptoms of a rare blood cancer

Advocate for your care: Recognizing and tracking symptoms of a rare blood cancer

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