November is National Diabetes Awareness Month, It’s Time To Cap Costs and Save Lives
Op-Ed: The cost of the disease to Black people is heavy, but there are solutions if we work for them.
Study: Black Parents, Children More Likely To Experience Unfair Treatment In Health Care
This adds evidence to a problem that the medical community has long known.
Black Men More Likely To Die Of Melanoma, New Study Shows
This type of skin cancer is highly treatable if detected early.
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.
How Anti-Woke Extremists Are A Threat To Black Health Care
Opinion: Ideological politics are invading spaces and hindering doctors ability to provide necessary treatment.
Study: Black People Live Longer In Areas Where There Are More Black Primary Care Doctors
The research shined a light on how few Black physicians work in the health care system.
Op-Ed: How We Can Reimagine Black Maternal Health in the Changed Landscape of Dobbs
With the overturning of Roe v. Wade, and the dangers it presents, now is the time to rethink how we approach the issue.
Study: Black Men Face Higher Risk Of Prostate Cancer Than All Other Racial Groups
The American Cancer Society has blamed structural racism for disparities in cancer mortality rates.
The Tuskegee Experiment: How Leading Researchers Are Rebuilding The Black Community’s Trust In Medicine
In a conversation with BET.com, Dr. David Hodge of Tuskegee’s Bioethics Center, offers a new framework for viewing the 40-year study that victimized hundreds of Black men in the name of science.
Study: Black, Hispanic Americans More Likely To View COVID-19 Masks As Essential
Blacks and Latinos have died from the virus at disproportionately higher rates than other communities.