Every 40 seconds, an American has a heart attack. Understand your risks and how to be proactive in your heart health.
A heart attack happens when a part of the heart muscle doesn’t get enough blood. And the more time that passes without restoration to the blood flow, the greater the damage that can happen to the heart muscle.
Texas Sen. Whitmire discusses mayoral race, festival encourages people to get fit, and more on Houston Newsmakers
State Senator John Whitmire says his run for Houston Mayor is personal because it's his opportunity to guide the city he loves to better prosperity. On this week's Houston Newsmakers with Khambrel Marshall, Senator Whitmire talks about the city's fiscal challenges ahead, his plans for correcting them answers critics about his campaign fund and accusations that his campaign was responsible for a leaked audio tape of Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee.
The ‘Mommy Makeover’ is Boosting Confidence for Houston Moms. Learn About the Procedure Here
A number of Houston moms are taking back their confidence with the 'Mommy Makeover.' Internationally acclaimed Houston-Based, board certified, plastic surgeon Dr. German Newall and his patient former news anchor Andrea Gomez sat down with Houston Life's Melanie Camp to tell us all about it.
Tips from a Therapist on Navigating the Road Ahead Now that Graduation Season is Over
As graduation season comes to an end, it is the beginning of a whole new adventure for the class of 2023 as they head out into the world and while it is a really exciting time, it can also be a little daunting. With big life changes like this, some anxiety that can come along with it. Rashard Skinner, Executive Director and therapist at Sapphire Therapy shared advice on how to navigate the road ahead for you and your kids.
Take Control of Your Health with Advanced Body Scan Technology
Listening to your body is important. But what if you think there might be something wrong, but your doctor says you’re fine? At Advanced Body scan they have the technology to help detect disease at early stages and founder Steve Marler says this is something that should be part of your yearly physical exam.
Expert advice on how many calories to eat based on age and gender
According to the Dietary Guidelines for Americans through 2025, women in their 20s should eat 2,000 to 2,400 calories, depending on activity level. Calories decrease to all the way down between 1,600 to 2,000 calories by the time a woman is in her 60s.
Detecting Hidden Disease Inside Your Body with a Simple Scan
"At Advanced Body Scan, we have proven that early detection saves lives," said Advanced Body Scan founder Steve Marler. In over a decade of doing full body scans the clinic has discovered the early signs of two of the most deadly disease, heart disease and cancer in thousands of people. The earlier you detect disease the sooner you can start treatment. Houston Life's Melanie Camp went to Advanced Body Scan in Bellaire to find out more.