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If you’ve noticed you’re balding you may want to get into the habit of eating McDonald’s french fries. According to Fox , Scientists from Yokohama National University in Japan discovered the chemical dimethylpolysiloxane, a silicone used in McDonald’s fry oil to prevent splashing, can be used to mass produce hair follicles on mice. Though the […]

Over 1,000 runners and walkers will be on hand at the 2016 Walk to Cure Arthritis on  May 14th at Buffalo Bayou in Houston to help support the Arthritis Foundation and its mission to cure arthritis and make it easier for people living with the disease to achieve everyday victories. As the Arthritis Foundation’s signature, national […]

Sam Houston Race Park celebrated the 4th Annual Houston Ladies’ Classic on Saturday, January 30th, 2016.  The Houston Ladies’s Classic was a daylong sporting and social event at Sam Houston Race Park, featuring live racing, which started at 5 o’clock p.m.  $1 of every ticket purchased will be going to Susan G. Komen® Houston. For […]

Hey everyone, we’re all aware that October is Breast Cancer Awareness month.  There are a number of organizations to make a charitable donation to, but how can we do more towards touching and impacting those who have been affected personally by this disease?  Of course there are the traditional walks, runs, and races, but for […]

Although I suffered from Asthma as a child I was fortunate to grow out of the condition.  That’s how they said it back then.  But many deal with Asthma all of their lives and it wasn’t until I was older and had a musician friend die from an Asthma attack that I finally realize how […]

Via newsone: Wow it’s hard to imagine that there’s still a “troubling racial divide” when it comes to breast cancer.  Black women with breast cancer are, on average, about 40 percent more likely to die than white women with the disease.  Early detection is always the best protection.  There may even be a cure on […]

via: cnn.com In the United States, more than 6,500 people are waiting for HIV/AIDS drugs from a government program. The AIDS Drug Assistance Program provides medication to people with HIV/AIDS who are uninsured, low-income and otherwise unable to afford the life-saving drugs. These drugs can cost upwards of $4,000 a month. In 12 states, ADAP […]