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African-Americans who survive brain-bleeding strokes are more likely to develop high blood pressure than their white counterparts, says a new study from the University of Michigan and Georgetown University.
Stop accepting obesity and being overweight as OK, because it isn't.
Should Blacks focus more on self-acceptance rather than the number on the scale? Yes, according to Shannon Barber, a self-described fat-acceptance advocate.
A study proves Black men have a better chance of controlling their high blood pressure and diabetes with help attained at their local barbershop.
Barber shops and beauty salons are doing more than just hair. They are teaching the community about cardiovascular disease, diabetes and HIV/AIDS.