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November is National Lung Cancer Awareness Month. According to the Minnesota Department of Health, lung cancer is the second most common cancer diagnosis and is the leading cause of cancer mortality in Minnesota. It also kills more than twice as many men as prostate cancer and more than twic…

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The Minnesota Department of Human Services (DHS) hosted a September “Hope Against Opioids Conference” at Neighborhood House in St. Paul.

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Hepatitis A is a serious liver disease caused by the hepatitis A virus. It can make you very sick for weeks or even months. Hepatitis A can lead to hospitalization and sometimes death. 

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September 25 is Women’s Health and Fitness Day, the nation’s largest annual health promotion event for women of all ages.  

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As fall approaches and children are back to school, get your kitchen ready with nutritious foods to better your child’s school performance, development and overall health.

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The All of Us Research Program at the National Institutes of Health has made strong progress in its efforts to advance precision medicine, according to a report published in the New England Journal of Medicine. The University of Alabama at Birmingham leads the Southern Network of All of Us.

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Surprise … racism – that “thing” white people say doesn’t exist – has dire long-term effects on the health of Black children and adolescents, according to a report released by the country’s largest group of pediatricians.

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Though Black women get breast cancer at a slightly lower incidence rate than white women, Black women are 42 percent more like to die of breast cancer than white women. That is an astounding number and indicative of a variety of factors, many reflecting racial disparities.

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The NNPA is taking a closer look at the stigma of mental illness in the African-American community. This is the first in a series.

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There are 16,000 heart attacks and strokes in Minnesota every year, with cardiovascular disease being the leading cause of death for both men and women. Many people take a daily aspirin to prevent a first heart attack or stroke.

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Angela Gordon had no known health issues when she ended up in the emergency room with an unbearable headache. It was there that she discovered she had hereditary hypertension. And although she was just 19 years old, her blood pressure had reached stroke level. What shocked her most was learn…

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In Minnesota the weather is a unifying theme of discussion and complaint year-round. 

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The University of Minnesota will lead a $12.8 million project, funded over the course of five years by the National Institute on Aging (NIA), to study how educational experiences in adolescence impact cognitive functioning and deter the development of dementia later in life. NIA is part of t…

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We have all heard that music soothes the soul or calms the mind, but how does it do that? More and more we are finding that learning is easier and with better recall when it is put to music. Think of how many songs you can remember the lyrics for even though it may have been years since you …

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You've heard the uplifting stories; passersby dropping scads of cash into charity collection buckets or anonymous donors paying off hospital bills for strangers and people helping victims during storms and natural disasters.