Category: Your Health

Key Factors that Influence Minority Health Outcomes

Prior to reviewing or assessing pertinent statistical data regarding overall minority health outcomes, it is crucial to examine the key factors that influence or govern Read more »

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Learn How To Cook Soul Food The New Soul Food Way!

American Diabetes Association Targets Churches and Community Organizations During Holiday Season with Family Style Soul Food Cookbook Thanksgiving celebrations, holiday gatherings, Pastors’ Anniversaries, Women’s and Read more »

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Lead Prevention Month

If your house was built before 1978, there may be lead-based paint hazards in your home. If your plumbing was put in before 1986, there Read more »

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Pathways Appoints Executive Director

Harold Marla Harold has been appointed Executive Director of Pathways – Life After Cancer. Mrs. Harold brings with her a wealth of knowledge both from Read more »

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Preventable Childhood Illnesses and the Importance of Vaccinations

by Charles E. Taylor, MPH, MT (ASCP)As a new academic year begins this month, every family with children in school needs to check and update Read more »

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Inflammatory Breast Cancer: The Silent Killer

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 »

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ABIPA Women’s Tea Focuses on Health

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 »

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The African-American Prostate Cancer Crisis: A Preventable Tragedy

By Johnnie Grant African-American men have the highest rate of prostate cancer in the world and the lowest rate of survival.

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April is Autism Awareness and Child Abuse Awareness Month

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 »

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Arthritis

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 »

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