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Discrimination may help trigger unhealthy brain-gut crosstalk that contributes to inflammation, obesity, and other health problems.
The “She Care Wellness Pods” aim to destigmatize discussion of mental health among Black women.
Research shows a full third of cancer survivors experience long-term sleep disturbances, yet very few are evaluated for sleep disorders.
Being mindful, or “living in the present,” decreased suicide ideation and psychological distress in Black adults.
The traditional mind-body practice appears to work as well as more intensive exercise.
Palliative care specialists help patients find relief from pain, stress and treatment side effects.
Celebrities who share their cancer diagnoses may inspire some people while triggering others.
Structural racism and lack of health care access contribute to Black men’s poorer post-surgery outcomes.
A grant will fund research to understand the barriers Black people face when trying to quit smoking.
A new research project will identify the most effective ways for people of color to manage stress.
The Rutgers study also found connections between racism and high levels of anxiety.
At all income levels, the rates of cardiac rehabilitation among Asian, Black and Latino adults were lower than white adults.
Inequality, structural racism and unemployment rates all play a role in the likelihood of preterm births.
As an organization whose mission is to improve cancer care globally, NCCN stands in solidarity with the Ukrainian people.
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