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Your Eye Care Questions Answered

Posted on · Even if you have 20/20 vision today, odds are pretty good that your eyesight won’t stay like that forever. Whether you’re experiencing vision problems, are having some trouble with glasses or contacts, are contemplating laser surgery, or just want more information about how the eyes work, we welcome your vision care questions for Houston-based ophthalmologist […]

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Migraines Often Misdiagnosed as Allergies in Houston

Posted on · Migraines can be pretty painful. Some of the symptoms can include a pounding headache, nausea, vomiting and light sensitivity. For some people migraines can be debilitating, and the only solution might be to lock yourself in a dark room until the worst of it passes. In a city like Houston with a high pollen count, […]

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Immigration, Traffic Congestion, and Migraines: Tuesday’s show (April 21, 2015)

Posted on · Each day on Houston Matters, we seek to examine a variety of issues, ideas, people, places, and events that define Greater Houston. Tuesday’s program will demonstrate that variety, as we explore issues related to the environment, immigration and justice, transportation, health, and history, all in one hour! On this edition of the program, we address […]

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Can Herbal Remedies Help with Hot Flashes? Answers to Your Questions on Women’s Health

Posted on · Can herbal remedies help with hot flashes? How can elderly seniors cope with pain during sex? We answer those and other questions regarding women’s health questions with Dr. Jennifer Breazeale, an obstetrician/gynecologist from the Woodlands and Kingwood Kelsey-Seybold Clinic offices. From when to see an OB/GYN, to what health risks you should screen for at what stages of life, to […]

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Kids Count Report and Women’s Health: Houston Matters for Monday, July 28, 2014

Posted on · The latest Kids Count report from the Annie E. Casey Foundation was released last week. It’s the 25th edition of the report, and it once again shows Texas ranks low among the U.S. states in overall child well-being. That ranking is based on a variety of factors, including education (more than half of Texas children […]