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Health Hero: GirlTrek Walks for Health and Sisterhood
GirlTrek brings Black women together to heal emotionally and physically....


Hip Hop Gets Healthy With Bun B
UGK rapper Bun B promotes HIV and STD awareness....


Report: Severe Sudan Floods Affect 300,000 People
Rarely seen flash flooding in Sudan has affected more than 300,000 people and killed at least 48, a...


UK Doctor Uses Smartphone to Prevent Blindness Abroad
Dr. Andrew Bastawrous developed the smartphone app Peek to make eye diagnoses and treatments more a...


WHO: Violence Against Women a Global Health Epidemic
One-third of women across the world are victims of intimate partner abuse....


One in Ten People Will Have Diabetes By 2035
Ten percent of the world's population will have diabetes in 20 years....


Haiti Cholera Vaccine Blocked by Bureaucracy
Although a life-saving cholera vaccine is ready for distribution in Haiti, the rollout has been sta...


South Africa Recalls Faulty HIV Test Kits
South Africa has announced a recall of 500,000 HIV test kits made by SD Bioline after some proved t...


WHO, UNICEF Seek to Save Lives During Africa’s Hunger Epidemic
In an effort to save lives during Horn of Africa’s current hunger crisis, workers from two top glob...


To Boost Health Care in Africa, Increase Public-Private Cooperation
A new report by the IFC and World Bank suggests that the answer may be found when governments lever...


National Science Organization Discriminates Against Blacks
The National Institutes of Health, a new study finds, gives Blacks fewer grants than whites....


Commentary: World AIDS Day 2011
Today marks World AIDS Day and while this pandemic was once thought to be a "white gay disease," it...


Pop Art Condoms Promote Safe Sex for Young People in Kenya
The Center for African Family Studies (CAFS), in Nairobi, Kenya, has launched a plan to increase co...


Wails, Sobs: Rwanda Marks 20 Years Since Genocide
Sorrowful wails and uncontrollable sobs resounded Monday as thousands of Rwandans packed the countr...


Clinton, Gates: Fight AIDS more efficiently
Clinton | Gates: Fight AIDS more efficiently...


Commentary: How Being Black and Green Is in Our DNA
Introducing Green For All’s new executive director Nikki Silvestri....


This Day in Black History: March 30, 1923
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority was chartered in Washington, D.C., on March 30, 1923....


Gonorrhea Growing Resistant to Drugs, WHO Warns
Gonorrhea is growing resistant to drugs and could soon become untreatable, the World Health Organiz...


Black Women Bear the Brunt of Premature Births in the U.S.
The U.S. has a higher rate of premature births, ranking above 125 countries such as Rwanda, Uzbekis...


Obamacare Gets a "Drop It Like It's Hot" Remake
A parody rap urges millennials to sign up for health care "cause it's hot."...

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