Michelle Obama's PLEZi initiative is an extension of her work to help improve child nutrition, a goal she was focused on tackling while in the White House.
Grammy, Dove, and Stellar Award-winning artists Lecrae and Tasha Cobbs Leonard have kicked off a powerful conversation about mental health and the impact of cancel culture.
It's been three weeks since legendary American actor, comic and singer Jamie Foxx was taken to a hospital following an undisclosed medical emergency. Today his family is asking for prayers as he continues to recover.
According to Braxton, Black women are four times more likely to develop complications from SLE and are at a greater risk of dying from the disease.
In Today's Medical Minute, Dr. Melissa Clarke tells Alfredas when and why Black Woman might not want to wait until 50 for Breast Cancer Screenings
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Medical Minute With Dr. Mel: Weight Loss Drugs, COVID Boosters and Dementia Treatment
Are you more looking forward to a relaxing day at home than a wild night out with friends these days? You’re not alone, after all. The past few years we have seen significant changes in appetite to be more social, from attitudes towards work to simply being around people. Even though lockdowns and safety […]
Dr. Mel hits on this topic and how unhealthy the United States may be compared to the rest of the world in this week's Medical Minute.
According to a new study, senior Black men have a considerably higher chance of dying after surgery as compared to their white counterparts. The post Death After Surgery Much More Likely For Senior Black Men Compared To White Peers, Study Suggests appeared first on NewsOne.
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Flemmie Kittrell's career in enhancing food security spanned half a century. The post Flemmie P. Kittrell: The Black Nutritionist Who Changed The Way We Approach Children’s Health appeared first on NewsOne.