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Black arthritis patients get less powerful drugs

Blacks with rheumatoid arthritis are only half as likely to be prescribed more effective drugs that may prevent further joint damage and disability, according to a new study published in the journal Arthritis Care & Research ...

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Four foods for better focus

Discover these four things you can eat for better concentration. ...

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Estate Planning 101: Secrets that should be told

Secrets that should be told ...

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Parker suspended from ESPN Minstrel Show

Yep, this all took place on one show. Then it all came to an end when ESPN suspended Parker indefinitely. ...

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Terry Glover, Ebony managing editor and veteran magazine executive, dies at 57

Terry Glover, managing editor of Ebony magazine and veteran publishing executive, died in her Chicago home on Dec. 24, 2012. Glover, 57, had been battling colon cancer for the past two years. ...

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How can I tell what’s right from what’s wrong?

“You can really tell right from wrong because when you hit someone, you feel sorry for them,” says David, age nine. “Like if you kick someone in the knee, you feel bad,” ...

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Halle Berry, Chaka Khan among awardees of 2013 BET Honors

Actress Halle Berry and musician Chaka Khan will be honored at the 2013 BET Honors. ...

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FAMU’S RESPONSE TO CHANCELLOR FRANK BROGAN’S REPORT ON INVESTIGATIONS RELATED TO FAMU AND THE FLORIDA BOARD OF GOVERNOR’S INSPECTOR GENERAL’S REPORT

“We have been aware of the Board of Governor’s investigation and the topics under review.  We appreciate their hard and dedicated work, which has culminated in these reports.  We will thoroughly review the reports and determine the corrective actions we may need to take. We have been, for the past year, working to address many of the concerns cited in the reports.  We have developed and implemented many new ...

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FAMU HAZING CONTROLS WERE WEAK

THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA By BRANDON LARRABEE THE CAPITAL, TALLAHASSEE, December 28, 2012..........Safeguards against hazing at Florida A&M University were not strong enough in the lead-up to the 2011 death of drum major Robert Champion, but inflammatory accusations that university leaders recklessly ignored calls for action by the former band director can't be proven, according to a new report by a F ...

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