Browsing Archive February, 2012
Lessons from Kobe Bryant and His Broken Nose

Lessons from Kobe Bryant and His Broken Nose

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Lessons from Kobe Bryant, Dwayne Wade, and a nasal fracture. What to do if it happens to you? You should know the signs and symptoms and what to do.

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When Black Skin Cracks

When Black Skin Cracks

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Antioxidants, vitamins and omega-3 fatty acids may help the skin of smokers to appear younger. Quitting cigarette smoking goes a long way to increasing your overall health, ...

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4 Reasons to Eat Healthier

4 Reasons to Eat Healthier

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Healthy eating is associated with reduced risk for many diseases, including several of the leading causes of death: heart disease, cancer, stroke, and diabetes.

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Surviving Sexual Performance Anxiety

Surviving Sexual Performance Anxiety

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For many black men, being sexually unsatisfying with a partner is a bitter pill. Surprisingly, it's an issue that gets little attention in health discussions. The causes of sexual ...

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Dick Anthony Williams, Blaxploitation Actor Dies

Dick Anthony Williams, Blaxploitation Actor Dies

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Mr. Dick Anthony Williams was among the elite first generation of African American actors to find steady work in American film, television and theater. Trailblazer dead at the age ...

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Signs You Have GERD

Signs You Have GERD

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Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) is when the contents of your stomach leak into the esophagus. It can be life threatening. Know how to treat it.

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The Greatest Love of All

The Greatest Love of All

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Whitney Houston, the greatest voice of our time. She touched the world with that voice, her great songs, and her caring heart.

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Going Green for Dinner

Going Green for Dinner

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Green leafy vegetables are the way to go for better health. Eating more greens makes a difference when it comes to risk for heart disease, diabetes, and even some cancers.

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Healthy Black Men