CareSource and Urban One Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati, and Indianapolis have teamed up to bring you a conversation about what shots you need to be healthy and stay healthy. We will discuss the CareSource mission, why vaccines are important, and how they keep the community safe. June 14, 2022 @ 12pm (noon) Learn more about CareSource  

via BlackDoctor: Ever since the last day of February when the first recorded death in the United States of COVID-19, the number of deaths have continued to rise and the news media has been all over it–giving us updates as the number climbs. Within a month after that, we are over 3,700 deaths and numbers […]

via BlackDoctor: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is recommending that you wear a cloth mask or cloth face covering in public settings to help slow the spread of the coronavirus. The problem is that it’s virtually impossible to find any masks now and materials such as the elastic needed to make them are […]

via sandrarose: America’s response to the coronavirus pandemic has left millions of people feeling hopeless and despondent over mounting debt from job losses. The suicide rate in America is rising as many Americans feel desperate, hopeless and lonely. 75% of Americans are on lockdown around the nation. CLICK HERE to read the full story

via BlackDoctor: When the novel coronavirus-COVID-19 was first recognized in the U.S., people said it was like the flu. Although these two viruses cause respiratory disease and have similar symptoms, the COVID-19 is much deadlier! “It is a unique virus, with unique characteristics,” explains the director-general of the World Health Organization, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus at […]

via BlackDoctor: There’s nothing like a tasty dinner in the winter, but most of us can’t afford to indulge in the fat and carb rich delicacies that are synonymous. However, fear not, Good Housekeeping has rounded up some delicious and HEALTHY alternatives that will leave your family satisfied all season long Crispy Beet and Mozzarella […]

via BlackDoctor: Most people tell you to cover your mouth when you sneeze or cough. That’s good advice, but it’s also advice many people don’t listen to. They sometimes turn their head and then sneeze in another direction or sneeze to the ground. But how far can the germs from your sneeze and cough travel? […]

via CNN: Since schools across the nation are closed…Some parents worry about what their children are seeing on tv. And that kids will be watching more tv than normal. Here is a list of show that you and your children can view. Educational shows For age 2+ “Mickey Mouse Clubhouse” — Disney Channel “Sesame Street” […]

via BlackDoctor: Diabetes is a chronic disease that impacts millions of Americans, with the black community being at the highest risk. Research has found that 1 in 3 adults have prediabetes, which is a prolonged state of high blood sugar levels. While prediabetes isn’t quite diabetes, 70% of prediabetics go on to develop diabetes which […]

via BlackDoctor: Does it really take guzzling down a gallon every day to be in good health or to lose weight? Water is Good For You Undoubtedly, drinking water is one the most important things that we can do to achieve and maintain good health. Water is such a vital part of our survival that […]

Yes…we have some information Having a strong immune system helps your body literally fight off infection, diseases and helps you recover faster. While there are many products on the market, there are a few natural ways that can boost and strengthen your immune system in a shorter amount of time. Here are a few: 1. […]

The branches of your family tree bear much more than the years your grandparents were born. Knowing your family’s health history is an important factor in your health status. Some health conditions are more likely to be passed from generation to generation. Your family tree can shed light on your risks for these 5 conditions: […]