Caregiver Coach PAT Bailey is knowledgeable on the disease and the necessary caregiver process, as she works with the University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth (HSC) […]
By Scott Blair The latest data from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) shows that Blacks are experiencing the highest increase in opioid overdose deaths in America. The CDC says […]
By Alexa Spencer Originally appeared in Word in Black America’s past of racist, sexist, and ableist scientific policy has morphed into bias in today’s medical system. The American Society of […]
By Scott Blair The day after the Supreme Court overturned Roe V. Wade, Google saw a peak in searches for the word vasectomy. Following that, Dr. Michael Hagg, a urologist […]
A look at the issue of Type I Diabetes in the Black community, our increased risk, and what can be done to minimize risk to the condition.
Hundreds gathered at Renaissance Dallas Plano Legacy West hotel to learn the many reasons and ways to RESET their lives. This event was the brainchild of Dr. Cheryl “Action” Jackson, […]
By Dr. Aaron Horne, MD Structural and Interventional Cardiologist, Summit Health More than a year and a half into a global pandemic that has disproportionately impacted communities of color, we […]
On the heels of Black Maternal Health Week and as a part of our Minority Health Month issue, it only makes sense to highlight the ongoing and upcoming work of the only reproductive justice organization founded and led by Black women in Texas — the Afiya Center.
The intersection of classism and racism has created a disparity in Black health. What steps have we made toward healthcare progress and what more can we do to progress how […]
Saturday, April 23, 2022; 10am – 1pm; Frazier Revitalization at Wahoo Park; 4716 Elsie Faye Heggins, 75210. Free. Frazier Revitalization sponsors the “Living My Best Healthy Life” health fair that includes screenings, health tips, […]