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UH Moment: "Hands and Diabetes"

New research from the University of Houston may prompt us to rethink what we know about diabetes.

State Bureaucratic Backlog Keeps Obamacare Workers Silent And On Sidelines

Advocacy groups say Texas regulators aren't approving Obamacare healthcare navigators quickly enough.

Bending and Twisting With Cancer: Yoga Study Shows Benefits

A new study examines whether yoga can help some breast cancer patients.

Children's Hospitals In Texas Face Cuts After Lawsuit Fails

Texas Children's Hospital lost a lawsuit it filed on behalf of itself and other pediatric hospitals in Texas.

Uninsured Houstonians Look For Help On Last Day Before Deadline

Hundreds thronged into community centers across Houston to sign up for healthcare before the deadline.

What Happens Next On The Health Law?

As the first open enrollment period draws to a close, here are seven things to watch for clues about what ...

Tax Season and Obamacare: What You Need To Know

Not having health coverage can affect your tax returns, and that’s why many organizations and companies are using tax season ...

61-Year-Old Cabdriver Gets First Health Insurance In His Life

Obamacare helped Moctezuma Alvarez get a policy costing just $3.95 a month.

Sheriff's Office Will Deploy More Tactical Medicine Teams

The Harris County tactical medical team often deploys during SWAT events such as stand-offs.

Minority Leader Pelosi Says Democrats Won't Shy From Health Law

Nancy Pelosi touted her legislative agenda for women at an all-girls school located near the Third Ward.