Where there’s a will, there’s a way. That adage has special meaning to Daquan Minor, whose life was forever changed on the evening of February 9, 2013. A typical teenager, Daquan was hanging out after school with a group of friends at Summer Creek High School in Humble, Texas. “We were leaving the gym, it [Continue Reading]
If you’ve got kids on your holiday shopping list, there are a few safety tips you should know before heading to the toy store or mall. In 2014, more than 251,000 toy-related injuries were treated in U.S. hospital emergency rooms. With such an alarming statistic, it’s important to remember that a majority of these injuries [Continue Reading]
It’s crunch time – and not just for holiday shopping. As the annual open enrollment for health insurance dwindles, you must decide: Should you stay or should you switch? You may lean toward the latter, as a rising number of insurance companies hike rates and whittle options for 2016. Whether you rely on your employer-sponsored [Continue Reading]
‘Tis the season… for the flu. Headaches, fever, chills and a sore throat are just a few of the symptoms associated with the flu, and peak season is right around the corner so if you haven’t already gotten your shot, do it soon. Given the number of flu vaccination myths associated with the flu vaccine, [Continue Reading]
Memorial Hermann is expanding into the Bay Area with plans to open its ninth Memorial Hermann Convenient Care Center in League City. The nearly 47,000 square-foot medical facility will be the largest of its kind for Memorial Hermann. Memorial Hermann Convenient Care Center in League City will be built in Pinnacle Park, a 100-acre mixed [Continue Reading]
It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of renowned surgeon James H. “Red” Duke, Jr., a true Texas legend and educator whose innovative approach to trauma medicine saved countless lives. Help us honor his memory and celebrate his life by sharing your #DrRedDuke stories and comments below.