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How African-Americans With Diabetes Can Lower The Risk Of Preventable Amputations

African-Americans With Diabetes Face Higher Risk Of Preventable Amputations African-Americans are at higher risk for two diseases – diabete…

Started by TheBlackList-Publisher

1 Jan 27
Reply by Zhana

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15 Foods That Help Prevent Colon Cancer and Obesity Caused By An Inflammation Promoting Diet

By Galit Goldfarb  | The Department of Health and Human Services, in the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta (GA) and the N…

Started by TheBlackList-Publisher

0 Nov 9, 2015

NYMetro

5 Reasons Why You Should Be Using Coconut Oil and How Coconut Oil Can Save Your Life, Literally

By Lee D Elliott  | Everyone knows that coconut oil is simply a current fad, a so-called health gimmick with a sexy label that maybe plays…

Started by TheBlackList-Publisher

0 Jun 30, 2015

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Why Are So Many of Our People Dying?

Greetings, all. We cannot overstate the effect that centuries of slavery and oppression have had, and still have, on our mental and physica…

Started by Zhana

0 Feb 9, 2015

NYMetro

$5.7M Grant will Expand Rutgers/Roswell Park African-American Breast Cancer Study to Include Impact of Obesity on Survival & Quality of Life

A $5.7 million National Institutes of Health grant will support research by scientists from Rutgers and Roswell Park Cancer Institute on th…

Started by Bronx Scoop

0 Oct 13, 2014

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Noise, Noise, NOISE! Could New York Neighborhood Noise Be Good for Poor Residents?

Started by Bronx Scoop Apr 14. 0 Replies

Loud workplace noise has been found by many studies to cause harm, but a recent analysis links the sounds of all-night car horn blasts and shouting by bar revelers in New York City's noisiest neighborhoods to unexplained improvements in body weight…Continue

Breast Cancer Survivor, Karla Antoinette Baptiste, Using Memoir to Build an Oncology Center in St. Vincent and the Grenadines

Started by Joyful Living Coaching Mar 13. 0 Replies

 In 2007, not long after fulfilling her dream of living in Paris, France, Karla Baptiste was diagnosed with stage III breast cancer at the age of 34.She had just received her MBA and, like most new graduates, she was on top of the world and thinking…Continue

African American men represent high-risk for prostate cancer and are less likely than other men to use early detection screening

Started by Joyful Living Coaching Mar 2. 0 Replies

Black Men Potentially Impacted Negatively By Fewer PSA Screenings.Our best line of defense is a PSA test.We have known for years that African…Continue

Glaucoma: The Sight Thief - six to eight times more common in African Americans.

Started by Joyful Living Coaching. Last reply by Zhana Jan 27. 1 Reply

Most Americans do not realize that glaucoma typically has no early warning signs or symptoms. Glaucoma affects 2.7 million people in the United States and is the second leading cause of blindness, yet understanding and awareness of the disease is…Continue

Salt: What Is in Your Kitchen and Fridge May Be Killing You

Started by Joyful Living Coaching Jan 2. 0 Replies

By Anselm Anyoha | Salty food is tasty. It can make us lick all our fingers in the same manner as a greedy dog licks…Continue

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