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Super Mom: A Friend in Need, a Hero Indeed

What American doesn’t love a hero? Whether it’s someone who shows strength of character at a harrowing moment, or chivalry during a life-threatening one, we’re there rooting for them all the way. But what about unsung heroes? The entire staff of Alan’s Plumbing, including Alan Burkhalter and his brother Chris, and Alan’s sons Beau, Luke, […]

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Ulises Baltazar

Understanding the Dangers of Varicose Veins

There’s no denying the beauty, miraculousness, and strength of a woman’s body. Strength that is arguably unparalleled. But even great strength can take its toll. Local Vascular Surgeon, Ulises Baltazar, says, “Unfortunately, women in general are predisposed to varicose veins. Statistics tell us that up to 50% of American women may be affected at some […]

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Sotos Kitchen

A Ten Day Celebration!

On May 5th, people all over the United States raise a margarita in honor of Cinco De Mayo, the celebration of Mexican culture and heritage. But here in Fort Bend County, we can have the whole enchilada. At Soto’s Kitchen you’ll find the flavors and aromas of Old Mexico with a personal twist! . Amador […]

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Audi Central Houston

Audi For Life

Texas Licensed Optometrist, Certified Glaucoma Specialist and Clinical Director for Pro-Optix, Dr. Sairah Malik, has spent her career protecting her clients’ eyes and vision. So with a mind for safety, she knew she wanted only the best in safety when expecting her first child. . “My husband and I did a ton of research on […]

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Ronique Bastine

Nurturing, Caring And Tenacious Family Representation

“I began this business with a heart for helping others. At the age of 9 I knew I was destined to be a litigator just like my father. The first time I walked into his courtroom I immediately felt at home and I knew that was where I belonged.” Ronique Bastine Robinson of Bastine and […]

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A Dog's Life

Living a Good Life for your Dogs and You!

In 1954, Sharlene Jacobson was the first open heart surgery patient at Texas Children’s Hospital. So today it’s no surprise that she has a huge heart for helping people and animals. “I believe what I do extends people’s lives,” says Sharlene, “because it’s all about helping both humans and pets live all natural, healthy lives […]

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