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‘Promising’ cancer treatments on the horizon

By Jazelle Hunt NNPA Washington Correspondent WASHINGTON (NNPA) – Cancer is the nation’s second-leading cause of death for both Blacks and whites. While there is

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Study: Diabetes medication Metformin more effective in Black patients than in white

By Vanessa Blanchard Contributing Writer (Special from Dailey Digest News and The NorthStar News & Analysis) – Black people who treat their type 2 diabetes

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Traditional parental roles are changing
By Mason Harrison Contributing Writer A new study by the Pew Research Center points to a dramatic shift in the traditional role of fathers in American life as an increasing number of ...
U.S. diabetes cases jump to 29 million: CDC
(HealthDay News) — The number of Americans with diabetes rose from 26 million in 2010 to 29 million — nine percent of the population—in 2012, a new federal government study ...
Tulane professor leads drug resistance study on children born with HIV
By Nayita Wilson Contributing Writer Researchers have released preliminary findings of an ongoing study to determine the viral resistance of children infected with HIV at or around birth to antiretroviral (ARV) drugs, ...
Sleep apnea may raise risk of diabetes, research suggests
(HealthDay News) --- A study of more than 8,600 people suffering from sleep apnea suggests a possible increased risk for developing diabetes, Canadian researchers report. The researchers noted that sleep apnea ...
Health care clinic targeted for Broadmoor area
By Mason Harrison Contributing Writer A new health clinic in the heart of Broadmoor promises to bring affordable health services to an area—bordered by the former B.W. Cooper housing development; the Gert ...
Device can save thousands of children from drowning
(Special to the NNPA from the San Diego Voice & Viewpoint) — Pastor George A. McKinney and his family were hosting a pool party four years ago. Several children and ...
Heroin use surges, its abusers change complexion
A nationwide survey found that heroin users are attracted to the drug not only for the “high” but because it is less expensive and easier to get than prescription painkillers, ...
Clark Atlanta receives grant to study prostate cancer in Black men
By Frederick H. Lowe Contributing Writer (Special from NorthStar News) – The National Institutes of Health has renewed a grant to Clark Atlanta University for research into prostate cancer, the second leading ...

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