Study: Software Racial Bias Leads To Underdiagnosed Lung Issues In Black Men
Racist assumptions about Black people have found their way into modern health care, research shows.
HIV Infections Are Down, But The Racial Disparities Still Exist
The CDC found that only 11 percent of African Americans living with HIV have access to proper medication.
New Book Alert!: Author Linda Villarosa Goes Deep ‘Under The Skin’ And Explores How Racism Prematurely Ages Black Americans
"The lived experience of being Black in America is doing something to our bodies, plus the treatment in the healthcare system... can be unfair."
American Medical Association Releases Anti-Racist Plan For Itself And Medical Profession
The organization is pledging to help create more equity.
Study Suggests Attending an HBCU Could Be Better For Your Health
Research shows Black alumni may have lower health risks.
Study Finds Black Women Must Work Harder to Lose Weight
Black women also have a lower metabolic resting rate.
Black Pastors Give Praise to Obamacare
Faith leaders to help increase Black health-care enrollment.
9 Out Of 10 Blacks With High Blood Pressure Will Suffer Early Heart Disease
The finding will help doctors diagnose heart issues earlier.
Maya Angelou to Open Women's Health and Wellness Center
The center will offer clinical and preventative programs.
Black Physicians to Recruit Blacks for Medical School
Numbers are increasing, but more are still needed.