Illnesses linked to lead in applesauce pouches mount as FDA narrows in on source

The US Food and Drug Administration is urging consumers to continue to avoid recalled applesauce pouches amid an ongoing investigation and a growing number of illnesses linked to lead in cinnamon.

Janet Jackson Ignites Houston with Stellar Performance At AHF World AIDS Day Concert Pop Icon Delivers

International pop legend Janet Jack- son set the stage ablaze with a high-energy, full-length performance, captivating a sold-out audience at the AIDS Healthcare Foundation’s (AHF) World AIDS Day Concert held at the NRG Arena in Houston, Texas last night. Launching ...

Marsai Martin's Health Journey: Understanding Ovarian Cysts and Advocating For Women's Health

Marsai Martin, the dynamic ac- tress we've all watched evolve from the sharp-witted Diane on “Black-ish” to a record-breaking young film producer, has recently shared her personal health struggle with ovarian cysts, shedding light on a critical women's health issue.

"Act Now, Houston: Secure Your Health Before the ACA Enrollment Window Shuts!"

Access to affordable health care is a right, not a privilege. As the Open Enrollment period for the Affordable Care Act (ACA) unfolds, Houston residents have a critical opportunity to secure health insurance for the coming year. The ACA marketplace ...

December 1st Community Blood Drive Hosted by The Health Museum

The Health Museum and the Gulf Coast Regional Blood Center host community blood drive

Keep Risky Habits Out of the Kitchen This Thanksgiving

America's biggest food holiday is almost here, and the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) wants to remind consumers to avoid habits that increase the risk of harmful bacteria in their Thanksgiv ing meal.

Exemptions for required vaccines for US kindergartners reach record high

The percentage of kindergartners who received their state-required vaccines for measles remained below the federal target last school year, and the rate of vaccine exemptions for children reached the highest level ever reported in the United States, according to new ...

Five Houston Restaurants and Businesses Honoring Veterans with Free Meals and More this Veterans Day

As Veterans Day approaches this Saturday, November 11, those who have served, and currently serve, in the US Armed Forces will be celebrated for their service and valor and recognized with special offers and discounts at establishments across the country.

Fall Festival & 1,000 Turkey Giveaway

Equality Health Foundation in partnership with Aldine Independent School District, with support from Health Innovator sponsor Community Health Choice, is pleased to present its 3rd Healthy Fall Festival and 1,000 Turkey Giveaway happening Saturday, November 18, from 8:30 a.m. to ...

Celebrate OysterFest at Fish City Grill and Half Shells Nov. 7-20

Historically, oysters were thought of as a delicacy, but since the 19th century, these tasty bivalves have been more approachable for the average person.Historically, oysters were thought of as a delicacy, but since the 19th century, these tasty bivalves have ...

Marijuana use raises risk of heart attack, heart failure and stroke, studies say

Older adults who don’t smoke tobacco but do use marijuana were at higher risk of both heart attack and stroke when hospitalized, while people who use marijuana daily were 34% more likely to develop heart failure, according to two new ...

Solid Waste Management Department Collection And Facility Schedule For Veterans Day 2023

The Solid Waste Management Department (SWMD) provides the city with integrated municipal waste management services designed to support environmental health, sustainability, and economic development in all communities throughout Houston.

Medical Cannabis – The Best Bargain In Oregon, New York Not So Much

Houston Style Magazine readers, if you’ve been keeping a close eye on the medical cannabis industry, you’ll be intrigued by the latest findings from a comprehensive analysis by Leafwell. The numbers have been crunched, and the ver- dict is out: ...

CVS and Walgreens pharmacy staff begin 3-day walkout

Employees at some of the largest drugstore chains in the United States are staging a new series of walkouts across the country Monday to demand the companies fix what employees say are harsh working conditions that make it difficult for ...

Local Expert Talks Addressing Trauma, Stress and Being Intentional About Healing

International Stress Awareness Week Starts October 30th.