Health

Filing a Wrongful Death Lawsuit – What You Need To Know            

A wrongful death lawsuit is filed against a person or a party responsible for the death of another individual. Either the death of the person is intentional or not, the person’s family or decedent is entitled to file a wrongful death claim. A criminal trial will be held by the court which will determine if the family will receive damages or compensation for their loss of companionship, pain and suffering, lost wages, inheritance, and other […]

Public’s assistance needed to locate next of kin

August 4, 2020 To Whom It May Concern: We are requesting the public’s assistance in locating next of kin for the following deceased individuals. We would appreciate you publishing a brief notice in the next few days in the hopes that family or friends may see the information and contact this office. Sincerely, Michelle R. Sanford, Ph.D., D-ABFE ID Coordinator Forensic Investigations DUNG VAN NGUYEN – Asian Male, 55 Years: Mr. Nguyen died in the […]

Free COVID-19 Surge Testing Coming to Harris County’s Two Stationary Sites

New testing operations will increase capacity at HCPH and get results faster        In partnership with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and the Texas Department of Health and Human Services (DSHS), both of Harris County Public Health’s (HCPH) Ken Pridgeon Stadium and San Jacinto College Central Campus locations will transition to surge testing sites, aiming to increase testing capacity and faster lab turnaround times. The temporary transition, lasting roughly two weeks or […]

Brazos Valley Schools Credit Union and the Katy Area Chamber of Commerce Come Together to Recognize Education in the Community on August 6th

Front Row left to right: Yvonne Kershner, Brazos Valley Schools Credit Union; Becky Acosta, Memorial Hermann Medical Group; Back Row left to right: Stephen Ives, YMCA of Greater Houston; Kyle Stanzel, Houston Methodist West Hospital; Gregory Prince, PBK, Inc.

The 2020 Katy ISD “Teacher of the Year” community virtual event will be presented by Brazos Valley Schools Credit Union and the Katy Area Chamber of Commerce on Thursday, August 6, 2020, via Zoom from 11 am to 12 pm. Business leaders and prominent members of the community will gather virtually to honor outstanding teachers from each campus who have demonstrated excellence and leadership among their peers and in their classrooms. Winning recipients from all 70 […]

4 Top Health Benefits of CBD

CBD is something that many people have heard about over recent years, and many of us know people who use CBD products. If you have never used CBD products, you may be wondering what all the fuss is about and what the benefits are. Well, there are lots of benefits that come with using CBD products, and there are many different options to choose from including full spectrum CBD. You can use CBD in a […]

Why it’s vital to always read the label with protein bars  

We live in an incredibly health conscious world. Now, more than ever, it’s important for people to maintain a good diet and exercise regime. Things like protein shakes, gym memberships and funky leggings may have only been for fitness fanatics in the past, but in 2020, they’re staple elements of a happy, modern lifestyle. One particular element of healthy living that it’s important to pay attention to is food. Diet and nutrition make up a […]

YMCA of Greater Houston Food Distribution Sites for the Week of August 3   

YMCA of Greater Houston will be distributing food at the following sites for the week of August 3. The YMCA has partnered with the Houston Food Bank, Montgomery County Food Bank, Brighter Bites, Interfaith Ministries and other partners to provide critical food and supplies to thousands of families throughout the city. Please check YMCA of Greater Houston for distribution sites for real time updates: https://www.ymcahouston.org/food-distribution. If you are interested in sending out a camera to a site, please let us […]

YMCA Of Greater Houston Announces New Virtual Learning Center 

The Y Learning Center aims to help working families as the school year begins with virtual classes  The YMCA of Greater Houston is proud to announce the Y Learning Center, a new safe and structured environment that will allow students to attend virtual classes, benefit from peer interaction and participate in engaging enrichment activities, while parents return to work. The Y Learning Center hours are 8 a.m. – 3 p.m., similar to normal school hours with aftercare available […]

Memorial Hermann Katy Hospital earns Level 3 trauma designation  

Memorial Hermann Katy Hospital has been designated as a Level 3 Trauma Center by the Texas Department of State Health Services after consistently demonstrating its ability to provide advanced trauma life support, evaluation, stabilization and diagnostic services. This designation advanced Memorial Hermann Katy from a Level 4 to a Level 3 Trauma Center. “This designation is an example of how Memorial Hermann Katy takes the lead in serving our community and beyond,” said Heath Rushing, Sr. Vice President […]

Peak BioBoost Reviews 2020: Does It Work?

This is a supplement made with ingredients Mother Nature hand-picked herself. Okay, maybe it was the creators of the formula that did such a thing, but the ingredients were a creation of nature, not people working in a lab. It is a solution for people who suffer constipation on a constant basis and are having difficulty getting that waste out of their body. It is a plant-based supplement that laser focuses on digestive system troubles […]