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October Is SIDS, Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month
While October is usually associated with Breast Cancer Awareness Month, this month is also used to educate parents about Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS). Read more about how this tragic syndrome disproportionately affects Black babies and what parents can do prevent it. —Kellee Terrell
Are Burgers to Blame for Poor Health Among Black Women?
The Top Health Headlines of 2013
Top Celeb Health News of 2013
Health Rewind: One in Four Women Are Obese Before Pregnancy
What You Need to Know: Obamacare and Women’s Health
The 411 on Young Straight Black Men and HIV/AIDS
Lovin’ the Greens: Celebs Who Have Gone Vegan or Vegetarian
Health Rewind: Single Moms Linked to High Blood Pressure?
Seven Real Ways to Lose the Baby Weight
World AIDS Day: Celebrity HIV/AIDS Advocates
World AIDS Day: What You Need to Know
Magic Johnson on AIDS Awareness and African-Americans
Thanksgiving Dinner: How Many Calories Are on Your Plate?
Health Rewind: Avoiding Family Drama This Thanksgiving
Seven Things That Could Increase Your Risk of MS
That Ain’t True!: 10 Sexual Health Myths
Health Rewind: Mary J. Blige Graces the Cover of Shape
The 411 on Crack Cocaine
CTE on The Brain
Butt Out: 5 Tips to Quit Smoking
The 411 on Trans Fats
Health Rewind: Genes to Blame for Kidney Failure for Blacks?
Speaking Out: The Health Causes That Celebs Support
Health Rewind: The Link Between Weight and Early Puberty
That's Not True!: Debunking Top Flu Myths
Bullying in Sports: A Guide for Parents and Athletes
Kerry Washington: Six Health Tips For First-Time Moms
Celebs Living With Diabetes
Are Maternal Deaths Among Black Women Ignored?
Diabetes: What You Need to Know About “The Sugar"
Eat Healthy on a Budget
Red Ribbon Week: Living a Drug Free Life
Health Rewind: 500,000 Americans Sign Up for Health Care
Lessons From the Red Carpet: How Celebs Stay Healthy
The Danger Behind Butt Injections
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