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Amid the rapid spread of the coronavirus across the United States, large gatherings like festivals and sporting events are being canceled and postponed. Now, historically Black colleges and universities are following suit and implementing campuswide protocols to ensure the safety of faculty, staff and students. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CDC,…

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Cardi B has addressed the ongoing global spreading of the coronavirus in a tongue-in-cheek Instagram video. The 27-year-old star ranted in the clip: “Government, let me tell y’all motherf—— something, I don’t know what the f— this coronavirus is about. “I don’t understand how that s— was from Wuhan, China … I ain’t gonna front,…

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Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival has been postponed amid the coronavirus outbreak. The iconic music festival was expected to take place between April 10 and 12 and April 17 and 19, but it has now been pushed back to the fall over fears about the spreading of the flu-like disease. In a statement, organizers…

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Angela Bassett wants to raise awareness for type 2 diabetes as her family has a history with the serious health condition. The 61-year-old actress has teamed up with the American Heart Association and the American Diabetes Association for the Know Diabetes by Heart initiative, which aims to educate people on the causes and effects of type…

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Kim Kardashian West has revealed she is at risk for an autoimmune disorder. The “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” star broke down in tears during Sunday, Sept. 9, 2019 night’s premiere of her family’s E! reality TV show after her doctor told her that she has traces of the autoimmune disease lupus — which occurs when the…

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The Ebola virus has arrived in America. Two aid workers who worked with patients in Liberia have been infected with the virus and are now being treated at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta. The deadly virus that has spread throughout West Africa has killed 900 people thus far. Here are five things you should know…

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Just when scientist have started make major inroads in the prevention and treatment of HIV/AIDS related morbidity and mortality, a new threat, which has actually been around for more than a century is on the rise and is just as infectious and deadly — Chagas disease. In a lengthy editorial published in PLoS Neglected Tropical…

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