I have been wondering why so many attempts to stop the spread of HIV have failed, including here in the U.S.A. Clearly the insufficient resources committed to it are a large part of the problem, but that is only one part.
WASHINGTON (NNPA) – As the nation experiences a flu outbreak, some Black adults are refusing to get vaccines or to take their children for shots because of misconceptions about the vaccines, a top health official says.
NMA hails new study showing children receiving new asthma medication in the ER had fewer hospital admissions.
I love garlic!
Almost every meal I make has a little (or a lot) garlic in it. A member of the lily family (!), it probably originated in Central Asia, but has become commonplace throughout the world. African Americans, for example, use it in great abundance. Lately its popularity has been growing as Americans develop more sophisticated tastes, but also because of its reputed medicinal qualities.
Publishers, business leaders join legislators in looking at health
The impact of health disparities on minority Americans was pointedly examined at "Preferred Access: Emerging Markets" convened November 20 and 21 at Mall of America’s Minnesota Room.
My favorite pots and pans are the old, heavy cast iron ones. I have several in different shapes and sizes, some of them family heirlooms. They’re inexpensive and last forever. You can’t beat them for even heating! Somewhere I read that these pots contribute iron to the diet, since a little comes off each time you use them.
If health disparities data is anything to go by, low income and people of color who suffer from chronic illnesses linked to obese and over weight conditions are likely to be the ones who may have to go without health care coverage as employers ditch health insurance cost in order to preserve profit margins.
Whenever Congressman Elijah Cummings watches his mother strain to read her Bible with one eye, he is reminded of how precious the gift of sight is and how many people take it for granted until it’s gone…or going.
In the fall, Twin Citians head "up North" to admire the Fall colors. Ken and I did that, too—once.