The Texas Heart Institute's new research into a "ghost heart" — an organ scrubbed clean of all cells — could build a human heart nearly from scratch.
How are those New Year resolutions coming along?
Your Fitbit can measure way more than your steps to help achieve your fitness goals in 2017.
After toxic dioxin was linked to an increase in local cancer rates, the EPA's proposed plan could finally mitigate this ongoing environmental disaster.
A holistic approach is designed to keep athletes healthy and moving through yoga and athletics.
"Seeing the handcyclists cross the finish line at the Houston Marathon got me thinking that I didn’t have a reason or excuse not to. So I did it."
In addition to donating to milk banks, moms are also selling their liquid gold to the highest bidder.
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Plus four awesome indoor climbing gyms to get you off the ground in Houston.
But are you a Hustle & Flow or more of a Flow Rider?
Life will kill you, but Dr. Andrew Weil thinks he knows how to slow the process.
This might be your one and only chance to ride down a totally car-less Eldridge Drive.
Mike Chabala is bringing his fun yet intense workout to Four Seasons Houston.
Room to Grow
The key to Brighter Bites is that produce comes to families, not the other way around.
The 4th annual festival brings together BMX racers, bike enthusiasts and beer.
Why have a beer crawl when this fun-run offers boobs, booze and balls?
These fit seniors say a local running club has changed their lives.
Houstonians love this recess-inspired team sweat session.
Spring's Simone Biles fulfilled her gold medal expectations in spectacular style, and Sugar Land's Simone Manuel thrilled with a history-making swim.
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Top Doctors 2016
We profile five doctors making a difference today—and in our children’s futures.
“There’s a lot of great evidence to suggest that autism is strongly influenced by genetic factors."