Houston Methodist's Dr. Karla Kurrelmeyer is taking your women’s heart health questions live! Questions about women’s heart disease, diet, exercise or other heart-related topics? Comment on our live stream and we’ll share your question with Dr. Kurrelmeyer.

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From downward dog to child's pose, these yoga poses will brighten your life.

Here's how to prepare for *many* sweaty years to come.
An accident took away Houston Methodist surgeon Dr. Gene Alford's ability to walk. That hasn't stopped him from working. "The only time you fail is when you quit," says Dr. Alford. Our cameras followed him for a day. Learn more about Dr. Alford → - Jason
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Houston Methodist researchers are working on a blood test that can detect spreading cancer cells earlier, improving survival rates for breast cancer patients affected by brain metastases ⟶

Cancer struck Jenny Chang’s family repeatedly as a child in Singapore, an experience that propelled her to become a pioneer in breast cancer research & a renowned breast cancer doctor. Learn more about Houston Methodist Cancer Center Director Dr. Jenny Chang.

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Learn more about the common symptoms & treatment plans for gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) at a free Houston Methodist Willowbrook Hospital seminar on 3.22 from 6-8 pm. Register today!

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Nearly 63,600 people in the U.S. died of drug overdoses in 2016. If you’re taking powerful prescription opioids, these tips may help you avoid an accidental overdose.

Tom Petty died of an accidental overdose of prescription medication.

It's important to identify these early symptoms of Alzheimer's Disease.

Are you concerned about yourself or a loved one? Learn the 10 early signs and symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease.

Washing your hands often is still a good practice to help you avoid the flu. Learn why you might want to consider a flu shot.

Because of the flu Willie Nelson won’t be on the road again until the end of this month. The country superstar is just one of thousands of Texans dealing with the flu.

Tired of crunches? Try these core strengtheners for a strong center.

Tone your core with a 15-minute workout, three or four times a week.

Did you know that cardiovascular disease is the No. 1 killer of women in the U.S.? Join Houston Methodist on 2.19 at 11 a.m. for a Facebook Live conversation about women and heart disease with Dr. Karla Kurrelmeyer, a cardiologist with Houston Methodist DeBakey Heart & Vascular Center. Questions? Comment & we'll try to get you an answer during the live event.

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Sitting at a desk all day may be hard on your health. Add a 5-minute walk each hour to help your heart stay happy.

Your comfortable recliner and state-of-the-art office chair may be increasing your risk for heart disease. A sedentary lifestyle can raise cholesterol and threaten heart health.

Your 100-calorie snack can be more than popcorn & rice cakes. How about salmon & cream cheese for a change?

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Imagine going day to day trying to see through a dark blob in your central vision. Houston Methodist is offering a new state-of-the-art procedure using implantable miniature telescopes to help people with end-stage macular degeneration.

Macular degeneration is the leading cause of vision loss. While treatment is available for the wet form of macular degeneration, there has not been a way to help people with the dry version...until now. Doctors at Houston Methodist Hospital are offering a state-of-the-art procedure that is a re...

It’s not too late to get started on the path to a healthier life. Join Houston Methodist San Jacinto & Lee College on 2.16 from 8 a.m.-12 p.m. for a free symposium designed to help you meet your health goals. Register today →

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Staying fit prior to a stroke may be the key to a successful recovery.

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Eating healthy is good, but are you eating the best food possible? Check out these 20 options.

We count down the absolute best eats to pile on your plate.

Say "Good Day, Sunshine' with this classic stretch combinations.

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