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“We can do better” with racial health differences in pregnant women, says Dr. Borders

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A new initiative aims to address systemic inequalities for pregnant women in Illinois. The Birth Equity [Justice] Initiative was launched by the Illinois Perinatal Quality Collaborative and aims to reduce racial disparities in pregnancy and birth health outcomes. Dr. Ann Borders, a doctor of maternal and fetal medicine at NorthShore University Health System, said the […]

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African Americans and Heart Disease

https://i.ytimg.com/vi/k09bBxWZh7g/hqdefault.jpg African-Americans are at higher risk for heart disease. However, they can improve their odds of preventing and beating this disease by understanding the risks …  

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Mental Health: A Guide for African Americans and Their Families

https://i.ytimg.com/vi/83B-xetwXhw/hqdefault.jpg Mental illness is very common; an estimated 1 in 4 adults experiences a mental illness in a given year.  

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Free Distance Energy Healing – Can You Feel This?

https://i.ytimg.com/vi/kII9DleXMes/hqdefault.jpg Energy healer tests free distance energy healing. Can you feel this? Can you feel energy? I could.  

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Reiki: Energy Healing Therapy and its Effects on Health and Sex and

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Image: 123RF Reiki is a form of energy healing or alternative therapy that was invented in 19th century Japan by Dr. Mikao Usui was developed. According to a study published in 2008 – A Systematic Review of the Use of Reiki in Health Care, Reiki is based on the idea that there is a flow […]

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Energy Self-Healing 101 – Knowing The Direction of Energy

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Black Health Matters: African American Nurses, Healing on All Fronts

https://i.ytimg.com/vi/DJc6828E31Q/hqdefault.jpg This mini-documentary is part of the M-NCPPC Black History Program’s 2021 virtual exhibition entitled Black Health Matters: An Undoctored History of Health …  

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What to Expect from Energy Healing

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If you are familiar with the ever-changing world of wellness, you may have noticed that energy healing is steadily growing in popularity. Millana Snow, an energy healer and founder of Wellness Official, is excited for this to happen. Energy healing has its roots in Ayurvedic and traditional Chinese medicine and comes in many forms, including […]

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Top Health Tips From One of the World's Premier Holistic Health Conferences

https://i.ytimg.com/vi/XTR4lXR-uSo/hqdefault.jpg We recently attended the Paleo f(x) Conference in Austin, Texas for the second year. For from being just about paleo, this conference is more based on an …  

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Conversation assistants could be used to improve the health of African Americans around COVID-19

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F&A FACULTY University of Michigan researchers say hiring an interviewer – think “Hey Siri” or perhaps something less global like “Ask the Doc” – could be a way to fill the gap in health inequalities that are emerging affect the African American community, particularly in the U.S. current COVID-19 pandemic. Lionel Robert Lionel Robert, associate […]

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