Tag Archives: African Americans

The Real Deal: Issues of Black-Health

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This video discusses Black health and the Ma’afa, the holocaust of recent history and transport from Africa to the West. Black health is therefore a description of the healing efforts […]

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Another View on Health: HIV in the African American Community

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HIV is present! And the city of Norfolk ranks 5th in the nation when it comes to sexually transmitted diseases or STD’s.

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African Americans’ Med Center, LuccaHealth, In Ghana

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LuccaHealth Learn About LuccaHealth with host Mr. Ghana Baby himself, Wode Mata. He’s once again correcting the image of Africa with positive news and information.

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Genomic Studies of Global Health Disparities

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At a University of Pennsylvania experts roundtable on “Health Disparities: Integrating Knowledge from Genomics, Social Sciences and Law,” including Sarah Tishkoff

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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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Blacks, Substance Abuse & Mental Health

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Address Mental Health Issues Before Addiction Takes Control Wash., D.C., October 2016.  A National Health Service Corps report puts us on notice that attitudes, socioeconomic status, stigmas, education, and culturally-educated practitioners […]

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