March is Women’s History Month and just in case you haven’t noticed, we have a lot of amazing Black women to celebrate. From entertainers to politicians to poets and writers, Black girls are truly magic!
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As soon as you saw her on the big screen, it was like she was destined to play royalty. Dorothy Steel was 95-year-old actress who died Friday morning at her home in Detroit. “She went out strong,” her publicist said. read more about Black Panther Actress Passes Away at 95
Persistent depression can significantly shorten lung cancer survival -- even if patients receive the latest cancer treatments, new research shows. "We need to help these patients, not only at diagnosis, but throughout treatment to take depressive symptoms out of the read more about Depression Can Worsen Your Lung Cancer: Here’s How to get Help
A skin rash can be caused by a wide range of irritants. In the most harmless of cases, you can get rashes from environmental conditions, chemicals, or cosmetic products as well as insect bites. However, there are times when what read more about Is It Just A Rash? 10 Reasons Why it May Not be
Have you tried walking for weight loss? There are so many health advantages to simply taking a walk. It can help to reduce the risk of heart disease and stroke, lower blood pressure and cholesterol levels, and improve the efficiency read more about 8 Ways To Walk Off The Weight…Fast!
Brought to you in partnership with the Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation (MMRF) Have you ever considered how your genes may impact the progression of a disease living in your body? Well, that’s where genomics comes into play and has actually read more about Why Should African Americans Participate in Clinical Trials
In a unanimous vote, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's vaccine advisory panel on Friday recommended that the agency grant emergency use of booster shots of Johnson & Johnson's coronavirus vaccine. The FDA is expected to make a decision within read more about FDA Panel Recommends Approval of Johnson & Johnson Booster Shot