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Millennials On the Move: Building Inspiration Through Goal Setting

Getting started is the most important step in any process. Coming up with the idea and even the plans for it can be a smooth endeavor but actually taking the step to act on the plan and put it in ...

Try the Trendiest Flavors Tonight

Exotic flavors common in the Middle Eastern region of the world like harissa, za’atar and shawarma are having a moment, appearing on restaurant menus and in popular make-at-home recipes.

Texas Settles Medicaid Fraud Case for $236 Million

A long-running case of alleged Medicaid fraud, in which taxpayer-funded costs for children’s orthodontic treatments in Texas soared over an eight-year period ending in 2012, has been settled for a $236 million payment to the state.

New York City Bans Discrimination Against Black Hairstyles

When it comes to legal protections against discrimination, New York City is commonly seen as one of the most progressive cities in the US, with laws on the books designed to recognize discrimination in housing, employment, and pregnancy. Now you ...

Michael B. Jordan: How ‘Black Panther’ Role Sent Him to Therapy

Blockbuster film, Black Panther, was easily one of the best and highest grossing films in 2018. It’s characters resonated with people all over, it catapulted its stars into a new dimension and even had people wanting to go to the ...

National Study Finds Americans Do Not Know The Facts Or Their Risk For Heart Disease

While 7 out of 10 Americans acknowledge heart disease as the number one killer of both men and women, a national survey conducted by MDVIP and Ipsos finds that people still worry more about cancer (62 percent) than they do ...

5 Easy Ways to Say “I Love You”

If gift-giving isn’t your strong suit, occasions like Valentine’s Day are likely to bring on stress and worry, but procrastinating will only serve to elevate your unease.

High Blood Pressure Hits Urban Blacks Harder

If you are black and live in a city, you may be five times more likely to have extremely high blood pressure than the U.S. national average.

Simple, Flavorful Recipes to Reimagine Mealtime

While it can be easy to fall into a routine of cooking the same recipes week in and week out, getting creative with mealtime can be as easy as making simple swaps and trying new flavor combinations with fresh, high-quality ...

How Do You Like Your Flower? Cauliflower That Is!

While red roses will be the highest selling flower this week, we are focusing on another type of flower in this edition of Eating with Style...Cauliflower. Cauliflower has risen to stardom faster than Cardi B. It is all the rave ...

H-E-B Shelves Primed for New Texas Products

The search for the finest foods and beverages in the Lone Star State continues with the Sixth Annual H-E-B Primo Picks Quest for Texas Best contest. The call for entries is now open, submissions will be accepted Wednesday, February 27th ...

Teen gets vaccinated despite parents' concerns: 'I was doing it for my safety and the safety of others'

Ethan Lindenberger grew up thinking that not being vaccinated was normal.

The strategy behind McDonald's latest breakfast creation

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day for fast food chains, and McDonald's has released yet another innovation to help it regain lost momentum in the morning.

More men with low-risk prostate cancer are forgoing treatment, study finds

More men with low-risk prostate cancer are forgoing treatment to instead watch and wait to see whether their cancer progresses -- and experts say that's a good thing.

There's a trade war with China. Here's why most Americans haven't noticed

Most of the baseball caps sold in the United States are made in China, and President Donald Trump's trade war has made them 10% more expensive.

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