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Jourdan Dunn to Bring Awareness to Sickle Cell Anemia
The supermodel's son was diagnosed with the blood disorder....


Young People Are Suffering More Strokes
A recent CDC report finds that the incidence of strokes has risen sharply among young men and women...


World Sickle Cell Day Is Today, June 19
Between 90 to 100,000 Americans are estimated living with sickle-cell disease, many of them African...


Cali Swag District's JayAre Has Died
The "Teach Me How to Dougie" rapper suffered from sickle cell anemia....


Sickle Cell Disease Connected to Strokes in Children
Children who suffer from sickle cell disease — a painful inherited blood disorder — and also have a...


Scientists Create Largest Genetic Map of Blacks Ever
A new genetic mapping project has resulted in a major step forward in understand African-American i...


NBA and Hip Hop Stars Gather for American Heart Association Fundraiser
The event raised money for sickle cell anemia research....


Wrongfully Incarcerated Texas Man Cleared After Serving 12-Year Sentence
Michael Phillips pleaded guilty to rape more than two decades ago....


Should I Be Physically Active During My Pregnancy? | Body and Soul
(www.BlackDoctor.org) -- Almost all women can and should be physically active during pregnancy. Tal...


Unwrapping the Gift of a Healthier You! | Body and Soul
We note the passing of time each year by the holidays and anniversaries we celebrate. Most of our c...


Commentary: It's Crazysexycool Not to be Half-Naked
TLC's unintended legacy has been lost today....


The Top 10 Free (or Nearly Free) Health Apps
Download these must-have apps ASAP!...


Say What? Fried Chicken Causes Racial Health Disparities and Poverty?
Republican politician Vickie Marble of Colorado blames Blacks’ status in the U.S. on poor diets....


Commentary: New York Teacher Receives Racist Hate Mail
Greta Hawkins, a Black New York City elementary school principal, received racist hate mail for tak...


This Day in Black History: July 25, 1972
The U.S. government acknowledged its role in the Tuskegee syphilis experiment on July 25, 1972....


FDA Panel Backs First New Lupus Drug in 50 Years
ADELPHI, Md. – Federal health experts on Tuesday voted in favor of the first new drug to trea...


T-Boz to Make Comeback in New Reality Show
The TLC star will have her own series, Totally T-Boz....


Commentary: Conservatives, African-Americans and the Blame Game
Like other conservatives, George Will says that the problems of African-American are self-inflicted...


Ed Koch, Mayor Who Became a Symbol of NYC, Dies
Former NYC Mayor Ed Koch died at 2 a.m. Friday from congestive heart failure....


Philadelphia Eagles Receiver Jeremy Maclin Tests Negative After Cancer Scare
Maclin given a clean bill of health after weeks of speculation....

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