Sweet Meets Spicy: Fresh Ideas for a Fun Fiesta Menu

There’s no better way to spice up a party than by using unexpected ingredients in fun, flavorful dishes and drinks. For your next fiesta, celebrate a star of the party with sweet and juicy watermelon.

Stem Cells Offer Hope for Autism

Dr. Joanne Kurtzberg shows off a freezer deep inside the bowels of the Carolinas Cord Blood Bank at Duke University Medical Center. Known as a thermogenesis freezer, it stores up to 3,640 units of cord blood -- left over from ...

Shea Moisture Criticized for New Video Campaign

Shea Moisture released a new ad as part of their #BreakTheWalls campaign on their Facebook page Monday that sparked controversy on Twitter. The video features an African American woman, and in an attempt to expand their current demographic, also features ...

Message Received: Men Finally Going to the Doctor

Men protect and provide for others but often don’t care or show concern for themselves. Whether it is they don’t have enough time or literal distrust doctors, men, in general, are not good keepers of their health. They have to ...

Survivors Help Other Burn Victims Heal

Justina Page puts on some scrubs in the burn center at Memorial Hermann in the Texas Medical Center.

Cherokee Nation Sues Pharmacies, Drug Distributors Over Opioid Epidemic

The Cherokee Nation filed a lawsuit against pharmacies and drug distributors on Thursday, alleging that the companies have not done their part to curb the opioid epidemic that has gripped the tribal community.

Michigan Doctors Charged in First Federal Genital Mutilation Case in US

In the first federal case involving female genital mutilation filed in the United States, two Michigan doctors and the wife of one of the doctors have been charged with performing the banned procedure on two 7-year-old girls.

PTSD Risk May Be Passed Down Through Our DNA

Christal Presley considers herself a survivor of the Vietnam War, even though the war ended years before she was born.

Kristen Kish at Macy's Galleria to Celebrate Asian Pacific American Heritage Month

Join Macy's as we salute Asian Pacific American cuisine and culture with Chef Kristen Kish. Guests will enjoy cultural conversation, special tastings and more.

3rd Annual Men’s Health Expo To Be Held at Finnigan Community Center - April 29

Harris County Precinct One, Houston Parks and Recreation Department, My Brother’s Keeper Houston and MD Anderson Cancer Center and Ellis Wyms, Former NFL Tampa Bay Buccaneers Super Bowl Champion are hosting health event on Saturday, April 29, 2017 for male ...

Unique Houston Cinco de Mayo Celebration at Killen’s Barbecue – May 6, 2017

This Cinco de Mayo weekend, pay homage to the margarita while sticking to a Houston staple.

NIH Study Shows Exercise May Lower Risk of High Blood Pressure In African Americans

Researchers who study cardiovascular health have long known that exercise is one way to keep high blood pressure at bay.

The Crowds Gathered for Sugar Land Wine & Food 2017

This year marked the fourteenth year in a row that the City of Sugar Land and Fort Bend County hosted the annual wine and food event that attracts crowds of foodies, media bloggers, wine aficionados, and faithful attendees flocking to ...

Spring Makeup Looks You Have Got to Try

Oh my, how things have changed in just a few weeks. Spring is finally here! Flowers are starting to bloom. The sun is starting to shine a little more. What I like to call spring is the Resurrection of Color. ...

Morris Chestnut, Obi Obadike Want To Help You Change Your Life Through Fitness

Morris Chestnut and celebrity fitness expert Obi Obadike talk about their new book The Cut which features a groundbreaking plan that can help people lose up to 40 pounds in 12 weeks!