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This Day in Black History: March 2, 1867
Howard University is chartered in Washington, D.C., on March 2, 1867....


Thurgood Marshall College Fund Awards $100,000 to Students in Health Care Fields
Thurgood Marshall College Fund has awarded $100,000 in scholarships to seven students studying in h...


The Pill Is Not the Most Reliable Form of Birth Control
A recent study from Washington University Medical School in St. Louis found “The Pill” is not the b...


Howard University Hospital Chosen as Leader in LGBT Health Care
Howard University Hospital in Washington, D.C., recently was named one of the best hospitals in the...


2 Dead, Including Gunman, in High School Shooting
A student at a school north of Seattle, Wa., opened fire in the cafeteria on Oct. 24....


Father of White House Adviser Valerie Jarrett Dies
Dr. James E. Bowman, father of White House adviser Valerie Jarrett and renowned pathologist, died W...


Hurricane Katrina: Six Years Later
August 29 marks the six-year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. A new report breaks down the pain th...


NJ weighs new bullying laws after Rutgers suicide
New Jersey lawmakers introduced an "anti-bullying bill of rights" Monday that one advocate said wou...


Doctor shortage? 28 states may expand nurses' role
Doctor shortage? 28 states may expand nurses' role...


Brain docs raise concussion alarm for kids' sports
The risk of concussions from football and some other sports is so serious that a qualified athletic...


More Study Urged on Concussions in Young Athletes
Can sports cause lasting brain injury in children? More research is needed....


This Day in Black History: March 16, 1846
Rebecca J. Cole, the second Black woman to receive a medical degree in the U.S., was born in Philad...


Obama Tells Polarized Nation: 'We Can Be Better'
President's speech in aftermath of shooting unites and uplifts....


Report: A bit more vitamin D is good, not too much
Long-awaited new dietary guidelines say there's no proof that megadoses prevent cancer or other ail...


Weight-Loss Surgery Safer Than Thought, Study Finds
Obese | but worried that surgery for it might kill you? See what a new study reveals....


Howard Med Students Start Health Clinic
See what Howard med students are doing to make sure the low-income and uninsured are treated....


New D.C. Mayor Gray Off to Rough Start
Washington's new mayor hasn't had much of a honeymoon. Three months after he succeeded Adrian Fenty...


In a First, Black Voter Turnout Rate Passes Whites
Black voters overwhelmingly turned out for President Obama, while many whites stayed home....


College Athletes Take Labor Cause to Capitol Hill
Athletes seek congressional allies in unionization effort....


Study: Duerson Had Brain Damage at Time of Suicide
Dave Duerson, a former NFL player who committed suicide in February, had "moderately advanced" brai...

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