Health Rewind: Heart Health Knowledge Increases Among Black Women

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African-American Outlets Write About Black Health in a Negative Way

A recent study suggests that Black media negatively writes about the African-American obesity epidemic and blames individuals for being too big. Researchers from the University of Missouri School of Journalism suggest that reporters who promote "promising new research or positive trends in African-American health would be much more effective in motivating African-Americans to make healthier choices,” reported Medical Xpress

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