By Cathy Holt Most women think they know all about breast cancer, and they look for lumps, have mammograms, see their doctors. But none Read more »
Women are invited to a tea addressing the issue of health on Saturday, June 24, from 10 AM to Noon at Hill Street Baptist Church, Read more »
By Johnnie Grant African-American men have the highest rate of prostate cancer in the world and the lowest rate of survival.
Autism effects each individual differently and at varying degrees ‚Äî this is why early diagnosis is so crucial. By learning the signs, a child can Read more »
Chapel Hill, NCThe University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Stanford University are actively recruiting African American adults for a study of the self-management Read more »
Washington, DC First Row (Left to Right): James Whittico, M.D.; Lucille Perez, M.D.; Wellington Webb, Former Denver Mayor; Marie Smith, AARP President; Sandra L. Gadson, Read more »
BY JOHNNIE GRANT, PUBLISHER MemoryCare, based in Asheville, will hold a one-day seminar on Thursday, March 16 at Tried Stone Missionary Baptist Church at 100 Read more »