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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.
Stop accepting obesity and being overweight as OK, because it isn't.
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.