And the Nominees Are...
People's Champ Award
Thanking Solange for 'A Seat at the Table'
2Pac: That One Time He United All The Thugs
DJ Khaled Went Back in Time and Assembled the Rap Group of Your Dreams
16 Eggplants That Broke the Internet
Look: TV Salaries Leaked and Black Actors Are Being Screwed
How EJ Johnson Plans to Create His Own Legacy
It List: Your Guide to What's Hot for October
Quotes to Scam By
Down In The DMs: Sevyn Streeter Wants You To Stop Sending D**k Pics
Look: Donald Trump’s Ridiculously Condescending Comment to A Black Voter at the Second Debate
Update: KeyBank Apologized to Architect Trisha Cole After Humiliating Encounter
Keeping It 1,000: Why Dwyane Wade Thinks LeBron James Can't Surpass Michael Jordan's Legacy
Soul Train Awards
Real Husbands of Hollywood
Soul Train Weekend 2016
SOUL TRAIN AWARDS
REAL HUSBANDS OF HOLLYWOOD
SOUL TRAIN WEEKEND
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In a recent study, 40 percent of menthol smokers say that a ban on mentholated cigarettes could help them quit.
Increase in anti-smoking campaigns and tobacco taxes may be why numbers have gone down.
The results of a new study show that 83 percent of Blacks, and a majority of Americans, want to ban menthol in cigarettes.
Citing the minty flavor as a cause of an increase in smokers, the FDA's tobacco panel suggests banning mentholated tobacco products.
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The tobacco companies responds to the FDA's mentholated cigarettes health concerns.
Chicago gang members fight to keep local hospital open; African-Americans more worried about health care than the economy; Oakland group wants for menthols to be banned; and more.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is finally considering a ban on mentholated cigarettes.
Obama and NFL may join forces for Obamacare education; Black Medicaid patients less likely to get a kidney transplant; reproductive clinics spared in Texas; and more health news.
If a panel of health experts has its way, mentholated cigarettes will be a thing of the past in 2012.