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- Black Men Can Beat Prostate Cancer
- Health Screenings for Older Black Men
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All posts tagged "CDC"
Silence: The Other Black Male Epidemic
Half of Black and a quarter of Hispanic gay and bisexual men will likely be diagnosed with HIV during their lifetime, according to a new study. This disturbing prediction by the nations premiere health agency, begs the question –...
- Posted August 27, 2016
Summer Skin Essentials
Sunscreen is a summer essential for all of us.
- Posted August 21, 2016
The FDA advises consumers to not eat recalled “5-lb Living Alfalfa” sprouts produced by Sprouts Extraordinaire at this time because they may be contaminated with Salmonella. The recalled sprouts were harvested on July 4, 2016 through July...
- Posted August 12, 2016
HIV Testing is HIV Prevention
More than 30 years after HIV/AIDS became a public health threat in the United States, HIV infections are still rampant. In fact, according to the CDC, African Americans are the racial/ethnic group most affected by HIV in the...
- Posted June 27, 2016
Sure About Your Status?
More than 1 in 8 Americans infected with HIV don't know it
- Posted June 26, 2016
Diabetes Risk Assessment
Prediabetes is a serious condition affecting 1 out of 3 American adults—that’s 86 million people! Prediabetes means a person’s blood glucose (sugar) level is higher than normal, but not high enough yet to be diagnosed with diabetes. People...
- Posted May 19, 2016
Prostate Cancer Tx Research
Prostate cancer is the most common non-skin cancer among American men. Most prostate cancers grow slowly, and don’t cause any health problems in men who have them. A slightly higher dose of radiation therapy for early stage prostate...
- Posted May 10, 2016
Health Disparities Shame America
African American health disparities in America has persisted since slavery, through the industrial age to present day. The ugly facts of racial health disparities is that many are preventable. But you might not know that after reading...
- Posted April 7, 2016