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- Prostate Cancer Registry Helps Black Men
- Quick Start to Healthy Weight Loss
- ‘Really, Really Messed Up My Life’
- Black Men Can Beat Prostate Cancer
- Health Screenings for Older Black Men
- Healthy Man of the Month for July 2016
- HIV Testing is HIV Prevention
- Your ‘Mental’ Endurance
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All posts tagged "crisis"
Your Emergency Fund
When a financial emergency strikes will you need a rescue?
- Posted February 23, 2014
Steroids Make You Stupid- Not Superman!
Steroid abuse may lead to serious, even irreversible, health problems like kidney impairment or failure; damage to the liver; and cardiovascular problems including enlargement of the heart, high blood pressure, risk of stroke and heart attack (even...
- Posted October 7, 2012
Prostate Cancer Still Killing Black Men
African-American men may have the highest rate of prostate cancer incidence in the world. In addition, their prostate cancer mortality rate is more than twice as high as the rate for white Americans. It is a crisis....
- Posted September 20, 2012
Black Males and Urban Violence
African Americans, especially African American women, suffer deadly violence from family members at rates decidedly higher than for other racial groups in the United States. The homicide rate for black males is almost ten times the rate...
- Posted June 25, 2012
Does Father-in-Chief Really Know Best?
Half of all pregnancies in America are unplanned--About 3 million each year.
- Posted December 8, 2011
State of Emergency: Black Men’s Health
New documentary series on black men's health coming soon from Angela de Joseph, a former Essence magazine beauty editor. Stay tuned for details on the release date.
- Posted November 21, 2011
Monogamy: Made in America
Most people will agree that monogamy is a choice, a behavior of abstaining from additional sexual partners while sexually/romantically involved with another person. The Vatican and most Americans still publicly support monogamy. But the question is can...
- Posted March 24, 2011
It Gets Better
NFL star, Kenny McKinley was only 23-years-old when he shot himself. Little Carl Joseph Walker was only eleven when he ended his life. And Joseph Jefferson was just twenty-six years young when he killed himself. Each of...
- Posted January 12, 2011