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People in County Fermanagh in Northern Ireland believe that the soil from a local churchyard in Boho (pronounced Bo) can cure infections.

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Dr. Mukaila A. Raji will be the featured speaker at the upcoming SCI Café at 5:30 p.m. July 25 in Room 2.211 at the University of Texas Medical Branch Clear Lake campus, 200 Blossom St., in Webster.

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It's almost impossible for an active child to avoid some scrapes and cuts. An article in healthychildren.org has some advice on how to manage these occurrences.

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Remember the children’s song that goes, “the shin bone is connected to the knee bone; the knee bone is connected to the thigh bone …?” How about a modern update? “The gum bacteria are connected to the brain tissue.” A recent study now connects a bacterium associated with gum disease and Alzh…

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An unassuming house in a neighborhood on First Street hums with the mission of those within: To provide Galveston and Brazoria counties’ women who lack financial resources with residential treatment for substance dependence, at no cost to the women.

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The University of Texas Medical Branch will receive more support from the state budget for fiscal years 2020 and 2021 after the 86th legislative session ended.

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Large numbers of people living in the U.S. suffer from osteoporosis, or low bone density, and many aren’t aware of it.

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Are vaccines covered by health insurance? The short answer is yes. Many options are available to be vaccinated, and it’s likely there’s at least one option that works for you.

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Each year, the Good Samaritan Foundation honors excellence in nursing in six categories, awarding nursing’s “best and brightest.” The award recognizes nurses who are leaders at the bedside and offer extraordinary and compassionate care and service. Nurses are nominated by their peers for the…