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Rap lyrics help deal with depression and schizophrenia, psychiatry specialists say.
Blacks with the “sugar” are least likely to get care for depression.
Many families face situations like that of 13-year-old, brain-dead Jahi McMath, who is being kept on a ventilator.
After the mass murder in Kenya, Somali residents in the United States say they don’t want additional scrutiny.
Medical researchers report that African-American adolescents are less likely to use drugs or alcohol than teens in any group except Asians.
White teens may drink more, but Black teens have more alcohol-related problems.
Rep. Jesse Jackson's office says he is expected to "fully recover" and is not being treated for alcohol or substance abuse.
Experts are not sure why child abuse rates have declined, but heightened awareness, better policies, education and training, and prevention programs may be the reason.
Child sexual abuse affects thousands of children each year. Educating yourself about the signs of child sexual abuse and learning how to report it can help keep your family and community safer.
Yale had only three African-American women among its medical school graduates for 63 years.