Many health practioners are pointing to a more holistic approach to black wellness that considers the spirit and the broader community.
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
High blood pressure, also known as hypertension, occurs at a higher rate in many people of color and of lower socioeconomic status.
It’s not all about your favorite food on a stick — the Minnesota State Fair also offers information on a wide range of health topics, including mental health, Medicare, care-giving and more.
Findings have shown that summertime is when people are most likely to put their health at risk when it comes to using alcohol and recreational and illegal drugs.
According to the Office of Minority Health at the Department of Health and Human Services, African Americans are 80 percent more likely to be diagnosed with diabetes and the majority of them are women.
When it comes to protecting your skin from the summer sun, some might think that sunscreen is only for people who get sunburned easily when outdoors. Think again.
Recuperative sleep is just as vital to your overall health as regular exercise and a balanced, healthy diet, especially in the summer.
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.