Health Rewind: Why Racism Is Bad for Black Health

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  • Ban on Large Sugary Drinks Overturned
  • Cory Booker Turns Efforts to Curbing Childhood Obesity
  • Coping With Daylight Savings Time
  • Do New Pap Smear Guidelines Miss Aggressive Forms of Cervical Cancer?
  • Whole Foods Will Label Genetically Modified Foods
  •  Is Alcohol Behind the Gun Violence Problem?
  • The Effects That Racism Has on Our Health
  • Bee Venom: Potential Cure for AIDS?
  • African-American Seniors and the Vaccine Gap
  • Quitting Smoking Still Has Benefits Even With Weight Gain
  • Black Breast Cancer Survivors Have Higher Risk of Heart Failure

Coping With Daylight Savings Time

While it’s just an hour, losing time to Daylight Savings Time can be annoying. Dr. Praveen Rudraraju, a sleep expert, offers some great tips on how to get better adjusted to the time change. Rudraraju’s advice ranges from waking up early, exercising in the daytime and skipping on caffeinated drinks after noon. Read all of his tips at HealthDay News

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