Health Rewind: Black and White Women Absorb Vitamin D Exactly the Same

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Health Rewind: Why Black History Month Is Important to Our Mental Health

A recent two-part series in Psych Central highlights the importance of remembering mental health when celebrating Black History Month. Part 1 emphasizes the barriers that stand in our way of seeking care: Gender, stigma and lack of cultural support. Part 2 discusses why it’s so important for the African-American community to get mental health care.

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