Recuperative sleep is just as vital to your overall health as regular exercise and a balanced, healthy diet, especially in the summer.
Health & Wellness:
Health issues of men, women and children addressed primarily by the state’s leading African American medical professionals, including Dr. Charles Crutchfield III MD, Dr. Deirdre Golden, and Brandon Jones. Our coverage includes ways to address current disparities in prevention and treatment; and available resources of potential value to our readers
Every time the American people think the U.S. opioid crisis can’t get any worse, it does.
African Americans experience an earlier onset and greater risk of what may be referred to as lifestyle-related diseases — cardiovascular disease, stroke and diabetes resulting in higher mortality rates…
The University of Minnesota is hosting a dental hygiene course for patients to receive free teeth cleaning.
Dear Dr. Lemaine, at our family picnic this past Memorial Day, my aunt announced that she was going to have “tummy tuck surgery.” What is that? Tummy tuck surgery is a cosmetic surgery that involves removal of excess skin and fat in your abdomen, and, in most cases, tightening of weakened or separated abdominal muscles […]
Despite numerous advances in medical science, men continue to die from nine of the top 10 causes of death at younger ages and in greater numbers than women.
High blood pressure or hypertension, is known as the silent killer and is prevalent among men.
The conference will focus on the health of the African American family and community.
A common ailment within the adult population is knee joint pain. These injuries often require an operative intervention.
Here are 10 such ways for you to consider if you or a loved one is experiencing hearing loss.