"Black Women In Medicine" was a five-year effort that began in 2011. But Crystal Emery asserts the film was not created to lament about the lack of diversity in the field, but to do do something much more boundless.

A new study reveals Black children are getting far less medication than White children upon admission into hospitals.

If a research survey of African American professional women is any indication, attitudes may be changing towards participation in medical research. Mayo Clinic and The…

Georgia pediatrician Dr. Stephanie Kong and her practice Zoe Pediatric believe the battle against childhood obesity can be fought…and won. They believe in awareness and…

Join us for the grand opening of the Family Health and Wellness Center, an affiliate of Dimensions Healthcare System. Supported by largest healthcare system headquartered in Prince George’s County, the Family Health and Wellness Center provides comprehensive quality healthcare services in the areas of dental care, women’s health, men’s health and family medicine to include pediatric […]

Dr. Sanjay Gupta has figured out what a lot of people know already – smoking weed can be a good thing. Yes, Dr. Gupta says…

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Sandra Walsh has had breast cancer twice. The first time was in 2005. The news left her breathless with disbelief. She was an active mom with a husband and three daughters, 11, 8 and 5. She worked as a mortgage agent and ran five miles a day. In retrospect, Walsh, who lives in Gwinnett, Ga., […]

A recent study shows that when suffering from stroke- like symptoms, African Americans are more likely to call a friend instead of 911. Researchers at Georgetown University Medical Center in Washington D.C. interviewed 100 acute stroke patients or those who accompanied them to the hospital and found that 75 percent said they called someone else […]