Dr. Montgomery Rice, president of Morehouse School of Medicine, discusses the 10-year, multimillion-dollar collaboration with Novartis to close the health care disparity between Blacks and Whites. Recruiting and training medical investigators will help to alleviate the distrust Blacks have had toward the medical community since the infamous Tuskegee experiment.
Join us on Tuesday, Aug. 23 at 6 p.m. on rollingout.com for this important conversation on opening the doors of faith in addressing the HIV/AIDS epidemic’s impact on our community. Featuring: D. Z. Cofield, Monte Norwood, Dr. Shalonda Crawford ThM PsyD, Dr. Ulysses Burley
The Gilead Center hosted an HIV/AIDS awareness panel to provide information and promote sexual health within the Black community. On Aug. 17, actress, singer-songwriter and producer Kandi Burruss spoke to event participants. Rolling out spoke with Burruss about how she uses her platform to raise awareness about the disease.
Dr. Patrice Matchaba, president of the U.S. Novartis Foundation, is collaborating with esteemed HBCU medical schools for the “Beacon of Hope,” campaign, a 10-year, multimillion-dollar initiative designed to address pervasive health disparities nationwide. Morehouse School of Medicine initiated the first clinical trials at the Center of Excellence.
OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA – The Center for Elders’ Independence celebrated its 40th anniversary on July 12. The facility serves as a daycare center for elders who can get physical therapy, exercise and socialize among other elders in the community before returning home in the evening. It’s a happy medium for adult caretakers who want help caring […]
Dr. Latonya Washington, a Tougaloo alumna, gives the steps to moving forward in mental wellness for the Black community, the first being acknowledgement that mental illness is real.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month. Recently Lamarre Media and Black Mental Health Guide partnered to begin a discussion centered around Black men at The Alpha Space in Chicago. Check out the quick recap of “Mind Over Matters.”
“The Breakfast Club” co-host Angela Yee, bestselling writer Queen Afua, wellness savant Kheperah Kearse, LIFE Camp founder Erica Ford, and Emmy Award-winning journalist Mara Schiavocampoat spoke at the City of Wellness “Spring Clean” detox and book signing hybrid event at Yee’s Juices for Life location in Brooklyn, New York.
New York Times bestselling writer, holistic health expert and wellness coach Queen Afua discusses healthier eating, living and her books at the City of Wellness “Spring Clean” detox and book signing hybrid event at Angela Yee’s Juices for Life location in Brooklyn, New York.
Asia Brown, a pre-nursing student at Spelman College, aspires to open a clinic in her Mississippi hometown that adequately addresses Black females’ reproductive and sexual health. Spending her formative years driving an hour or more to see a practitioner of color, Brown is poised to make her dream come true with the help of Tampax’s […]
DeKalb County Commissioner Ted Terry dressed as Batman for Indian Creek Elementary School‘s incentivized vaccine station on March 5. Approximately 300 students, staff and family members pre-registered to get vaccinated on that day.
Dr. Monique “Mo Flow” Hedmann-Maxey is a first-year resident physician in the Department of Family Medicine at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center. She is also an advisory board member of Hip-Hop Public Health (HHPH) and a board member of Arts and Minds, Inc. Prior to attending medical school, she served as the director of operations for HHPH […]
Join Dr. Ted Love at 6 p.m. EST Tuesday, Feb. 22, 2022, for rolling out‘s Health IQ. He will be discussing sickle cell anemia, the latest with treatment and more. via @rollingout’s FB Live. #DrLove #DrTedLove #RollingOut #HealthIQ #ROHealthIQ
Tiffani Martin is an inspiration to whomever she encounters. Despite being diagnosed with type 1 diabetes and eventually going blind at age 27 from diabetic retinopathy, she got married and is the owner of two businesses. Robinson and Dr. Kristen Nwanyanwu of Yale University spoke to rolling out regarding their campaign to fight diabetes-related eye […]
DJ Mitchell is a former New York Yankees pitcher and owner of Rockbox Fitness in Marietta, Georgia. Through RockBox Fitness, Mitchell is teaching boxing-based workouts in a fight club meets nightclub environment.
George Matlock is the owner of the Your CBD Store in the tony Buckhead neighborhood of Atlanta. He talked with rolling out about why he conducted research about CBD, why he opened his store during the pandemic, and why the younger generation should be looking into CBD.
Dr. Samira Brown talks with CEO Munson Steed about the importance of COVID vaccinations and boosters for children. She also discuss Available Vaccinations drive thru in Atlanta February 5th #healthandwellness #chidrenCOVID #COVIDvaccination
Dr. Cameron Webb serves as senior policy adviser for equity on the White House COVID-19 response team. The noted physician has dedicated himself to educating the Black community on COVID protection.
Dr. Kimiyo Williams talks with CEO Munson Steed about the importance of COVID vaccinations and boosters for the Black Community. #Healthandwellness #COVID #COVIDbooster #Healthiswealth #NOLA
Charjoi Pringle is a self-published author, host of the podcast “I Am Wellness,” community health educator, and the founder and CEO of Joiful Healing. She continues to navigate her own wellness journey every day and empowers individuals to take the steps they need to explore self-love, healing, and gratitude the best they can with the […]