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CBCF Conference: Health, ‘The Dream’ & Impeachment

The weeklong event also celebrated a power shift sweeping the nation: Black women are leading voter drives, running for office and winning. “We know that Black women have changed the world and continue to do that through our activism,” said Dr. Avis Jones-Deweever. ...

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September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month

During September – Prostate Cancer Awareness Month – Men’s Health Network is urging men to talk to their healthcare providers about prostate cancer. ...

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Holy Cross Hospital honors outstanding employees

Holy Cross Hospital has honored three outstanding employees for their extraordinary performance and commitment to the non-profit hospital in Fort Lauderdale. ...

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Without Heart, America is Heartless

Without Heart, America is Heartless ...

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New Study Provides Critical Insights On Unique Health Needs Of African Americans

African Americans express more motivation to pursue a healthier lifestyle than non-African Americans, yet are less likely to describe themselves as being in good health, according to recent findings from the African American Health ...

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Hampton Professor Receives $1.2M Lung Disease Research Grant

Hampton University Pharmaceutical Sciences Professor Neelam Azad recently received a $1.2 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to research effects and treatment for pulmonary fibrosis, a typically fatal form of lung cancer. ...

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CDC urges public to start the conversation about sepsis

CDC urges public to start the conversation about sepsis ...

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What is microblading?

      Sistas, here is something you can do to save prep time on your beauty. Microblading for Facials, Eyebrows and Peels.  Today magazine posted this article on a new trend for eye-brow grooming. ...

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Florida Department of Health (DOH) are offering free immunizations

Florida Department of Health (DOH) are offering free immunizations. DOH-Broward will offer them again at Lauderhill Mall from August 1 - 17. ...

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NIH and Prostate Cancer Foundation launch large study on aggressive prostate cancer in African American men

The largest coordinated research effort to study biological and non-biological factors associated with aggressive prostate cancer in African American men has begun. ...

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