Recently, the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the first device to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.
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
Speakers from NAMI Minnesota will present Creating Caring Communities in St. Paul on May 13.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has recently approved a new medication to treat depression: esketamine.
New research shows that the disparity gap between African Americans and Whites is starting to narrow.
The statistics showing the prominence of opioid misuse and overdose warrant immediate attention from consumers and legislators.
As we journey toward increased wellness, mental (intellectual), physical, spiritual, and social wellness are keys to our complete wellness.
Hidradenitis suppurativa (HS) is a chronic inflammatory skin condition that may be caused by an inappropriate response of the body’s immune system.
It is very common for us to experience the winter blues living in Minnesota with the decreased sunlight, frigid temperatures and relentless snow.
Nearly 100,000 Minnesotans live with Alzheimer’s disease and other types of dementias and that number is expected to grow dramatically over the next decade. While there is no cure, studies show that engaging in meaningful activities can improve the quality of life for affected individuals and their caregivers.
African American men have the highest risk of being diagnosed with prostate cancer as well as dying from it compared to any other ethnic group in the U.S. This trend has remained unchanged for over four decades. Although research has focused on identifying the biological differences that may lead to this difference, there’s growing evidence […]