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Big Sean has announced his new album titled Detroit II. The 32-year-old rapper marked his birthday on Wednesday, March 25, 2020, by posting a trailer to tease his new record inspired by the Michigan city. View this post on Instagram A post shared by BIGSEAN (@bigsean) on Mar 25, 2020 at 12:13pm PDT In the…

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Dr. Michelle Meeksis a family medicine physician and is a Fellow of The American Academy of Family Practice. After 20 years in practice, Meeks remains passionate about her commitment to quality patient care. As we gear up for a new decade, rolling out spoke with Dr. Meeks about our health challenges and ways for us…

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Healthy Referral Newspaper has published Preventive Health Report, a 19-page e-book written by three top medical doctors, Caldwell Esselstyn, Keith Block and Joseph Maroon. The authors offer valuable advice to readers looking to prevent and reverse the early signs of heart disease, cancer and aging as well as tips for boosting good health. [purchase_link id=”1047385″ text=”Purchase Ebook” style=”button” color=”blue”]

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On June 1, 2016, online media personality Raijean Stroud’s life changed. She went about her journalism duties as usual, covering an event with local Chicago and national celebrities. Hours later, she had a stroke. One that doctors told her should have taken her life at the time. “So I’ve been in the hospital since June 1,…

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There is no question that African Americans have been — and continue to be — greatly impacted by cardiovascular diseases. In the United States, 1 in every 4 deaths annually are caused by heart disease.But December’s passing of celebrated singer Natalie Cole gripped the headlines and shone a national spotlight on one particular condition —…

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Singer Whitney Houston died from an accidental drowning after using cocaine, the Los Angeles County coroner s office said Thursday. Heart disease was also a factor in her death, the coroner said. The official cause was “drowning” and “effects of atherosclerotic heart disease and cocaine use.” Her death was ruled an accident, with no trauma…

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African Americans have a 30 percent greater chance of dying from heart disease than white Americans. One reason for this is dietary behavior that increases cholesterol consumption. The American Heart Association reports that 44.8 percent of black men and 42.1 percent of black women have high or borderline high total cholesterol levels. Cholesterol is a…

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