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Does Being Black and Poor Increase Our Risk of Kidney Disease?
A new study says low-income African-Americans are more likely to suffer from kidney disease compare...


Study: Dialysis Isn’t Enough for Younger Blacks With Kidney Failure
African-American kidney failure patients under the age of 50 years old showed a risk of death nearl...


Marvin Gaye III Needs a Kidney Transplant
Musical legacy wants minorities to donate organs more....


Nick Cannon Treated for Kidney Failure
Mariah Carey confirms Nick Cannon hospitalized for kidney failure....


Nick Cannon Recovering After Kidney Failure
Nick Cannon makes first public appearance at BET Honors 2012, reveals new healthy lifestyle....


On the Record With…Alonzo Mourning
The NBA All-Star turned philanthropist is taking on his toughest opponents yet: the health care cri...


Study: Diabetic Heart Attacks and Strokes Falling
Yet, diabetes is still high among Blacks....


Big and Bold Without the Salt
Food Network's Chef Aaron McCargo goes big and bold without the salt....


Lupus Hits Black Women Harder and Younger
African-American women disproportionately suffer from lupus, a devastating autoimmune disease....


Nick Cannon Documents Recovery from Kidney Failure
The radio personality debuted a video series called NCredible Health Hustle....


Nick Cannon Gives His Diet a Makeover
Says he's feeling healthy after a mild kidney failure....


Study: Younger Blacks With End-Of-Stage Kidney Disease More Likely to Die
Why are we more likely to die if everyone is receiving the same treatment?...


African-Americans Face Higher Risks of Death While on Dialysis
Researchers urge doctors to advise young Black patients differently than whites before undergoing t...


"At Last" Singer Etta James Terminally Ill
"At Last" Singer Etta James Terminally Ill. Family struggles over $1 million estate....


Rap Pioneer Kool Herc Hospitalized | Music News
Rap pioneer Kool Herc hospitalized....


Black Men More Often Suffer Fatal Kidney Disease
Posted Feb. 5, 2008 – Among Americans with kidney disease, Black men are most likely to experience ...


Why You Should Care About Hypertension
Posted May 6, 2008 – It’s caused the silent killer. It can attack without you knowing you have it. ...


Randy Jackson Interview | Diabetes Is An Equal Opportunity Offender | Body and Soul
Diabetes doesn’t care if you are young, rich or have a life. In that way, it is an equal-oppo...


Dr. Ian Smith, CVS Partner For Diabetes | Body and Soul
CVS/pharmacy is partnering with Dr. Ian Smith and the 50 Million Pound Challenge to help patients w...


This Day in Black History: Sept. 12, 1944
Two-time Grammy Award winner Barry White was born on Sept. 12, 1944....

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