Weight Extremes May Worsen Rheumatoid Arthritis In Black People! — BlackDoctor

The holidays are upon us and we’ve been enjoying tasty soulful eats and libations! It’s important to enjoy these things in moderation to control our weight, especially for those of us living with Rheumatoid arthritis. 180 more wordsWeight Extremes May Worsen Rheumatoid Arthritis In Black People! — BlackDoctor

Permanent Hair Dyes And Hair Straighteners Linked To Cancer…Especially for Black Women — BlackDoctor

New research raises concern in the beauty industry when it comes to permanent hair dye and chemical hair straighteners, especially among African American women. The study published this week in the International Journal of Cancer says there may be a link between those hair chemicals and breast cancer. 146 more wordsPermanent Hair Dyes And Hair Straighteners … Continue reading Permanent Hair Dyes And Hair Straighteners Linked To Cancer…Especially for Black Women — BlackDoctor

Unnatural Causes: Sick and dying in small-town America- What's Killing American White Women

Drugs, alcohol, marketing and lax federal oversight are working to defy modern trends of mortality, perhaps most starkly among middle-aged white women. A deadly combination of opiates and benzodiazepines, often prescribed in tandem, play a major role in the historic increase in white female mortality in America. https://www.washingtonpost.com/unnatural-causes/?fbclid=IwAR2L3DjXyHi-aK1QzFLhF-ldofR9rsJh4zEKVwQHxNWJvrZlOvf7TXh6BoE

To Be Young Gifted And Black: How To Advocate For Your Child — BlackDoctor

Statistically, children of color have a lower placement rate in honors, gifted and talented, and AP courses when compared to their peers. Interestingly, this number changes very little even when Black children share a similar socioeconomic status as their White counterparts or they attend prestigious schools. 156 more wordsTo Be Young Gifted And Black: How To … Continue reading To Be Young Gifted And Black: How To Advocate For Your Child — BlackDoctor

Inside Her Story: Living With HIV/AIDS — Black America Web

https://www.youtube.com/embed/_vcVJ77JyMQ?version=3&rel=1&fs=1&autohide=2&showsearch=0&showinfo=1&iv_load_policy=1&wmode=transparent Black women are only 15% of the United States Population but they make up 60% of new HIV/AIDS cases. Jacque Reid goes Inside Her Story… 208 more wordsInside Her Story: Living With HIV/AIDS — Black America Web