If you happened to have voted for the man who now occupies the White House, you may be feeling bamboozled, right about now.
It’s hard to believe that medical researchers could underestimate the dangers of tuberculosis— the world's deadliest infection.
On a visit to her prenatal physician, Margaret Boeme and her husband received unwelcome news— their unborn baby had a spinal tumor.
In politics, I have been told that you pick your battles, but President Donald Trump has a different theory.
The FDIC also found that unbanked and underbanked rates were higher among minority households.
“Your direct interactions with the black community, for the most part, have been unmitigated disasters, especially, your meeting last year at the black church in Detroit and last week’s event at the White House.”
Racial biases and misconceptions remain rampant in our healthcare system— and medical schools aren't doing enough to address the issue.
The week included many visits by community groups to thank our veterans for their sacrifices and to let them know that their deeds are not forgotten.
“Representing more than 200 black publications,the NNPA, is a trade association of the more than 200 African American-owned community newspapers from around the United States. Since its founding 75 years ago, NNPA has “consistently been the voice of the black ...
No mother, family or community in our country should have to endure the pain of losing a child.
Baltimore Gas and Electric Company (BGE) rededicated the first gas streetlamp
Researchers found that stigma affected treatment toward people living with HIV; this has consequences for access to sexual health services and the way they are administered by health professionals, or, in some cases, denied.
Ten days into the the Trump administration, the word "authoritarian" is popping up all over the media.
T.I. says that we can no longer continue to get caught up in having material abundance and yet be fundamentally and spiritually broke. (Hustle Gang)
In the historic 1963 March on Washington-which catapulted Dr. King to fame--women, however, were not allowed to march with the leaders or give a major address.