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.

The group seeks to create behavioral health systems in Maryland that are dedicated to helping people before an issue becomes an emergency. The post $35 Million Bi-Partisan Package Set To Improve Mental Health Care Across Maryland appeared first on 92 Q.


February is National Heart Health Month and today's Medical Minute with Dr. Mel talks about how sugar can you. Whether it's too much sugar through candy and chocolate to Ice Cream, Dr. Mel Clarke shares thoughts and tips on how to get your sugar rush in a healthy way.

According the NFL, Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin, 24, suffered a cardiac arrest and collapsed on the field during the first quarter of Monday night’s game between the Bills and Cincinnati Bengals. It’s not clear what caused his cardiac arrest.  This story led to our question.  What is the difference between a cardiac arrest, a […]


An HBCU men’s basketball program has decided to take on a surprising cause for their team's social justice project.  The post HBCU Men’s Basketball Program Tackles Black Maternal Health appeared first on NewsOne.

As we commemorate World AIDS Day today, stay informed with 10 important facts we think our people should know when it comes to the virus.

It has been confirmed that Bill Clinton has been infected with COVID-19.

It seems Wendy Williams is on the road to recovery. She looks to be happy and healthy in her first appearance since rehab. As spotted on Page Six the Ocean Township, New Jersey native participated in her first interview since her long series of struggles regarding her rumored substance abuse and health issues. On Monday, November […] The post Wendy Williams Appears To Be Healthy In First Appearance Since Rehab Stint appeared first on The Latest Hip-Hop News, Music and Media | Hip-Hop Wired.

These 10 Black stars have been aging gracefully over the past two decades, still looking exactly the same as they did back in 2002!

At this free virtual event you will hear from speakers with personal testimonies on the impact of movement on our whole selves.