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From industry woes and a heart-health scare, Toni Braxton has bounced back with a new album and a dedication to healthy living.
Don’t have health insurance—or just need help in a hurry? Here are some insider tips to getting the care you need in the emergency room.
Some doctors are doubting the accuracy of the blood test for prostate cancer. What’s a brother to do?
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If you don’t have health coverage, free or low-cost testing and treatment for cancer may be av
If you want to reduce your odds of getting prostate cancer, cut your fat consumption and make sure y
New ideas for fighting high blood pressure and heart attack
A May study in the Journal of the American Medical Association found that taking certain antidepressants during the last three months of...
For people with HIV, there’s a new drug on the block that promises to deliver a powerful punch.
If you have diabetes, need insulin injections and hate needles you may have a new option,
The G-word can prompt silence, shame and condemnation in our community. But we’re all paying the price in staggering HIV rates and...
Black children can face numerous challenges to their self-confidence. Here’s how to prime your child to succeed and stay strong.
Want to teach children about good nutrition? Try these tips.
Janice Rhoshalle Littlejohn learned how to balance work and life with lupus
At the cafeteria, your child may stand face to face with fast food and sugary treats. But you can te
Chef Cary Neff, culinary consultant for Jenny Craig International, packs tasty, healthy lunches for his own kids. Here are their faves.
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“Yoga” means union—the joining of mind, body, breath and spirit, incorporating ancient stretches, strengthening poses and breath exercis...
Monique Brown McKenzie gets answers to questions you won’t ask in public.
Hot and bothered? Nature may have a remedy.
Finally, there’s a lifesaving heart medication that works wonders in black people. But it’s not without controversy.
Yes, they’re called beauty marks, but changes in the appearance of moles could be skin cancer.