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The Houston Chronicle’s new health and wellness coverage debuts today at ReNewHouston.com

To our readers,

Today we’re launching ReNew Houston, our guide to healthy living. Every Thursday, you’ll find inspiring stories of people who have transformed themselves through lifestyle changes, workout tips from local trainers, healthy recipes and tips on stress relief.

Online, there’ll be even more. Our ReNewHouston.com resource guide includes stories and videos on health, wellness, nutrition and fitness – everything you need to live your happiest, healthiest life in Houston.  



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ReNew Houston is just the latest improvement to our newspaper and in the vast trove of content that’s available online at HoustonChronicle.com. Last fall, we launched Texas Inc., a hefty weekly section on business in this growing region. Our Mission Moon series continues regularly in print and online, and it soon will include new stories daily through the 50th anniversary of the lunar landing. And don’t miss the edgy, retro podcast, “Cigarettes and Rocket Fuel.”

Here’s what to expect:

  • REFUEL: Dig into diet and nutrition with reviews, recipes and tips to eating right and more.
  • RECONNECT: Be inspired by stories of Houstonians who have changed their lives in our transformations and weight loss section. Find helpful facts to keep us all healthy in children’s, women’s and men’s health.
  • RESTORE: Amp up your fitness and exercise from a Houston point of view. Or learn all about staying active outdoors and what’s hot in Houston’s outdoor activities.
  • REJUVENATE: Get the latest in wellness and mental health, including info on stress relief, alternative medicine and mental health. Or focus on brain health, aging well and staying young in youthful living.

Meanwhile, our commitment to ground-breaking investigative reporting continues. “Abuse of Faith” appears likely to prompt more protection against sexual abuse in Southern Baptist churches. “Broken Trust,” is leading to reforms in management of Texas’ huge public school endowment.

We hope you like the upgrades. But let us know what you think. You can reach me at steve.riley@chron.com or follow me on Twitter: @srileychronicle.

— Steve Riley, Executive Editor

Article source: https://www.houstonchronicle.com/lifestyle/renew-houston/article/Houston-Chronicle-ReNew-Houston-health-wellness-13847747.php

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