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Swimways, the USA Swimming Foundation & Olympic Medalist, Elizabeth Beisel, Are Making Waves to Raise Awareness About the Importance of Learning to Swim

National Learn to Swim Day, on May 20th, Aims to Educate Americans on this Essential Life Skill to Reduce Childhood Drownings VIRGINIA BEAC…

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Howard University College of Medicine and the National Hispanic Council on Aging Introduce Urinary Incontinence Clinical Trials for Hispanic Women

 The Howard University College of Medicine and the National Hispanic Council on Aging (NHCOA), have partnered to introduce a pilot clinical…

Started by Bronx Scoop

0 Oct 12

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Recruitment underway for study exploring impact of culture and genetics on Hispanics with MS

A study at the Keck School of Medicine of USC focuses on an understudied group of patients to shed light on a little-understood disease T…

Started by Bronx Scoop

0 Jun 14

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Landmark Alzheimer’s Study Urgently Seeks African American Volunteers - African Americans are twice as likely to develop Alzheimer's disease

Study focuses on early detection of Alzheimer’s disease and tracking it over timeAfrican Americans are twice as likely to develop Alzheimer…

Started by KWASI Akyeampong

0 Apr 27

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Take A Stand Against Amputation: Raising Awareness About a Potentially Life-Threatening Disease With Worse Outcomes for Minorities

Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD) is the biggest disease that most people have never heard about. Up to a staggering 18 million Americans1 su…

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0 Mar 31

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Cuban made medication to prevent diabetic foot amputation, heading for the USA

HAVANA TIMES – Cuban and US companies have signed an agreement to apply the Cuban product Heberprot-P in the United States, which reduces…

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0 Mar 24

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Is Bottled Water Hazardous To Your Health?

Consumers have a big thirst for bottled water, but is it really a safer option than tap water? More than 8 billion gallons of it were consu…

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1 Mar 4
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Physicians Urge: Don't Delay Screening For Colorectal Cancer - African American patients should be screened earlier than age 50

During National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month in March, the American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (ASGE) urges everyone over…

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0 Mar 1

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Take Control of Your Kidney Health: "People with kidney disease usually don't have symptoms until they have lost most of their kidney function," DaVita Kidney Care

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: Women are three percent more likely to have CKD than men. African Americans a…

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0 Mar 1

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How to tell a 2-Way Mirror in Public Bathrooms

  This is a very good thing for the ladies especially to know to ensure privacy when Dressing in a strange place.    This is a 2-way glass…

Started by TheBlackList

2 Feb 16
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OncoSec Provides Encouraging Clinical Observations Related To Triple Negative Breast Cancer Study - with findings related to younger women, African Americans and Hispanics

OncoSec Provides Encouraging Clinical Observations Related To Triple Negative Breast Cancer Study - with findings related to younger women…

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0 Jan 20

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Howard University College of Medicine and the National Hispanic Council on Aging Introduce Urinary Incontinence Clinical Trials for Hispanic Women

Started by Bronx Scoop Oct 12. 0 Replies

 The Howard University College of Medicine and the National Hispanic Council on Aging (NHCOA), have partnered to introduce a pilot clinical trial program for older Hispanic Women with Urinary Incontinence. The study titled, "Multimodal Community…Continue

Recruitment underway for study exploring impact of culture and genetics on Hispanics with MS

Started by Bronx Scoop Jun 14. 0 Replies

A study at the Keck School of Medicine of USC focuses on an understudied group of patients to shed light on a little-understood diseaseThe Keck School of Medicine of USC is…Continue

Landmark Alzheimer’s Study Urgently Seeks African American Volunteers - African Americans are twice as likely to develop Alzheimer's disease

Started by KWASI Akyeampong Apr 27. 0 Replies

Study focuses on early detection of Alzheimer’s disease and tracking it over…Continue

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