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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and just last week Ananda Lewis shocked us all with her diagnosis. Secondly, her decision for not getting mammograms is one that she regrets; however, her reasoning resonates with many women. Did you know Blacks are more likely to die from diseases due to health disparities? Black health matters…

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Join rolling out & AARP for an important health discussion on Women’s Health & Wellness on Tuesday, September 15, 2020 at 6pm EST. Featured panelists include Angela F. Ford, PHD, MSW, Chief Program Officer, Black Women’s Health Imperative; Denise Pines, MBA, CEO, President of the Medical Board of California; and Gail A. McDonald, MD, Board…

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Join rolling out & AARP for an important health discussion on Why Media Matters When Talking About COVID-19 on Tuesday, September 1, 2020 at 6pm EST. Featured panelists include Mikki K. Harris, Multimedia Journalist, with special interest in documentary storytelling; Vickie Gogo, Partner, Multicultural Communications, at ICF Next, a global communications and consultancy agency; and…

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Join rolling out and AARP for an important health discussion on How to Address Health Disparities at 6 p.m. (EST ) Tuesday, Aug. 11, 2020. Featured panelists include Tamika Knox, M.D., a board-certified family and sports medicine physician; Paula D. Cunningham, state director of AARP Michigan; and Dave Montgomery, Ph.D., a board-certified cardiologist. Tune in…

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Join rolling out’s Health IQ and AARP for an important health discussion on Men’s Mental Health on Tuesday, August 4, 2020 at 6pm EST. Featured panelists include Janet Taylor, MD, MPH, Community Psychiatrist; Kevin Dedner, Founder & CEO of Henry Health; and Ugo Iroku, MD Gastroenterologist. Tune in as this discussion will inform our community…

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Join rolling out’s Health IQ  & AARP for an important health discussion on Caring for Loved Ones During COVID-19 on Tuesday, July 28, 2020 at 6pm EST. Featured panelists include Regina Belle, Academy Award-winning and multi Grammy-winning singer, songwriter and actress & AARP spokesperson on caring; Dolvett Quince, New York Times Bestselling Author, celebrity fitness…

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Join rolling out & AARP for an important health discussion on “Black Mental Health: It’s OK To Not Be OK” on Tuesday, July 7, 2020 at 6pm EST. Featured panelists include Dr. Kenyatta Stephens, infectious disease epidemiologist; Dr. Sherry Blake, Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Author & Mental Health Expert; and Shanti Das, Mental Health Advocate, Music…

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Morehouse Healthcare in Atlanta is a multi-specialty medical practice and one of Georgia’s premier primary care facilities. Founded in 1985, it began as Morehouse Medical Associates Inc. but later changed its name to Morehouse Healthcare. With more than 100 full-time practicing physicians who also serve on the clinical faculty at the prestigious Morehouse School of…

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As a research coordinator and community health educator at Emory Ponce Clinical Research Site in Atlanta, Edwin Blount-Worthington always makes it his priority to bring awareness to HIV prevention and sexual health. He recently sat down with rolling out to have a candid conversation about HIV and its impact on the Black community. How often should…

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Despite injury. Despite age. Despite all that life throws your way, you can achieve your dreams. Shon McClain is a walking example of this, as he pursues his passion relentlessly. In his 30s, Shon experienced not one, but two car accidents that left him with debilitating injuries. But, this son of a bodybuilder and fitness…

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The FDA has indicated that herbal sexual enhancement drugs that mimic Viagra are a serious health risk. Many of these drugs can be purchased online or at a local convenience store at cheap prices. But the danger of these drugs has led the FDA to state: King of Romance FDA laboratory analysis confirmed that King…

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A 15-year-old black male is being denied proper health care because of his past behavior. According to reports by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Anthony Stokes is in need of a heart transplant because he has an enlarged heart. Stokes is currently a patient at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta at Egleston and could die in three to…

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Women are more common than men in making workout mistakes that may lead to no results and discouragement. Knowing common  mistakes will help you avoid them and improve your overall exercise routine. Click here to see common mistakes women make during their workouts.

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A while back, I wrote a piece describing the manner in which many African Americans do not take full advantage of social media. In addition, I am frequently bringing attention to the fact that reading is slowly falling off among members in our community. Each time, I obtain vehement ridicule and slander for my assertions,…

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