Dr. Kimberly Mullinex from Kelsey Sebold talks with Denise Middleton about how to safely use tape to lift their breasts.
Houston Methodist Transplant Center was the site of a recent double lung transplant on a 17-year0old whose lungs were damaged beyond healing due to vaping. Dr. Howard Huang explains to Melissa Wilson how vaping damages lungs.
Alesha Kajani was diagnosed with bone marrow failure last year, her family is hoping that a matching donor can be found to save her life.
The family of a two-year-old girl, who is in desperate need of a bone marrow transplant, is encouraging people to join the marrow registry.
"To be nominated as a Sunshine Kid, can't even begin to say what a blessing that is... they put a smile on sick kids faces and you can't put that into words."
Just have fun, take a few hours to forget about cancer and make friends with families that understand what you are going through. That's the goal of the Sunshine Kids and their leading supporter, baseball Hall of Famer Craig Biggio.
According to a new CDC report, there is a link seen between childhood trauma and adult illness. Melissa Goldberg, PsyD from UTHealth/UT Physicians stopped by Houston's Morning Show to discuss the study.
Alia has mitochondrial disease, which at one point had her sleeping 22 hours a day. Her mother Betty Sosa and her doctor Mary Kay Koenig with UTHealth visit with Sally MacDonald and Melissa Wilson to help increase awareness about this disease.
On National stress awareness day, Rashi Vats visits Revolution Studios in Uptown Park to experience stress-reducing yoga poses.
The Houston Health Department's campaign to stop the spread of H-I-V, I Am Life's ambassadors talk with Melissa Wilson about the importance of the campaign and its progress. Adonis May and Riley Jefferson also share their personal experiences.
Dr. Nasreen Notta presents nine tips to head off holiday stress.
If you are at a place right now where you don't know if you can make it, Pastor Ulmer encourages you to listen to his sermon, based on Neon Gravestones the Twenty-One Pilots song.
Dr. Laurel Williams of Baylor College of Medicine talks with Melissa Wilson about the new program Be Well Be Connected that will bring mental health resources to students through their schools.
Fruit flies are one of the oldest genetic models and have helped researchers better understand human DNA since the early 1900's.
Toni King a Medicare advocate, explains some of the changes coming to Medicare and how to navigate the forms during this open enrollment period.
Researchers are turning to fruit flies to help diagnose and find treatments for unusual diseases.
Melissa Wilson talks with I am Life ambassadors Louis Velzaquez and Wendell Whitfield about the importance of taking medication regularly especially when travelling over the holidays.
Halloween means families everywhere are focused on costumes, candy, and getting their homes decorated inside and out. But not all kids can eat every type of candy due to food allergies and sensitivities.
We are just three months away from the Houston Marathon, and now is the time to prepare.
Dena Centofani talks about weight loss.