Health Rewind: Obamacare Deadline Extended to Mid-April

of 105Photo
  • Why E-Cigs May Not Help You Quit Smoking
  • 94 Percent of Black Women Killed by Men Knew Their Attackers
  • Ex-Gang Members Still Haunted by Their Past
  • Half of Americans Believe in Conspiracy Theories
  • How Chicago is Curbing Menthol Smoking Among Blacks
  • Heart Attacks During Child Birth Are More Common Than We Think
  • More Blacks in Cali Need to Enroll in Obamacare
  • NY Times On Why Black Women Are Dying from Breast Cancer
  • Americans Have Some Wiggle Room Enrolling in Obamacare
  • Do Video Games Encourage Racism?

Ex-Gang Members Still Haunted by Their Past

Those who join and then leave a gang still are more likely to be incarcerated, be addicted to drugs, receive government assistance and make money illegally as an adult, says a recent report. Researchers from the University of Washington stress that being in a gang is a serious public health issue, says Science Daily.com.

 (Photo: Lucy Nicholson/Reuters)

More Photo Galleries