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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 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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Louisiana state Rep. Edward James, also known as Ted James, just beat his battle with the novel coronavirus. Rolling out spoke with the active 38-year-old about how COVID-19 has impacted his life and about health disparities in the Black community. How did you know that you had COVID-19? I had a colleague who had been hospitalized,…

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Dr. Natalie Hernandez is determined to bring awareness to a number of public health issues in an effort to educate people in her community. Rolling out spoke with Hernandez about how her educational and life experiences have helped her become the woman she is today and how she uses those experiences to move the community forward. As…

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