The Underwater Epidemic

By Alyson Ward Twenty seconds. That’s how long it takes for a child to drown, according to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. That’s less time than the length of the latest quirky car insurance commercial playing endless loops on cable television. That’s less time than it takes to reheat a lukewarm cup of coffee. [Continue Reading]

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Follow up Friday: From Healthy to Heart Failure at 37

For Meghan Stapleton, having “normal” problems is what makes her happy. “When you consider that at one point two years ago, I was basically ‘dead’, having regular problems, living a typical life, is monumental for me,” said Stapleton. In the summer of 2017, Stapleton began having pain and numbness in her left arm. She couldn’t [Continue Reading]

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Couple’s first wedding dance created with help of occupational therapist

By Jade Waddy Daniel and Camille wanted to do something special for their wedding day that would surprise their guests and mark the start of their new chapter as husband and wife. The couple both has cerebral palsy and receive therapy at Memorial Hermann Rehabilitation Hospital – Katy. Watch the video below to learn more [Continue Reading]

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Make Sure your 4th of July is Happy and Safe

By Meredith Whittemore The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) recently recalled thousands of fireworks ahead of the Fourth of July holiday. According to the CPSC, the fireworks were “overloaded” and could result in a greater than expected explosion. The recall serves as a good reminder that if you are going to use fireworks, certain [Continue Reading]

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As African Dust Descends on Houston, Here’s What You Need to Know

By Evan Koch It’s become a summertime tradition in Houston: as soon as temperatures warm and the cool waters of pools beckon, a thick gray haze starts to settle over Greater Houston. It’s dust blowing in from the Saharan desert, bringing with it brilliant sunsets — and a cacophony of coughing. African dust season has [Continue Reading]

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