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Jenifer Lewis of ‘Black-ish’ has coped with bipolar disorder by doing the work

  By Litsa Dremousis  – February 3, 2018   Character actress Jenifer Lewis has played the hilarious, take-no-prisoners grandmother Ruby Johnson to great acclaim for 3½ […]


What You Need to Know About American Heart Month

  American Heart Month is recognized every February. The month is dedicated to reminding everyone to focus on their heart health, and to encourage their […]

ALS - Dr. Tomas H. Holmlund

ALS: What It Means To Be Diagnosed – Video Interview with Dr. Tomas H. Holmlund and John Hamilton

Dr. Norma Goodwin, President of Health Power for Minorities, interviews Dr. Tomas H. Holmlund, a Neurologist and Medical Director of the Neuromuscular Center/MDA Clinic at […]

Heart Health Survey - Dr. Emer Joyce

Your Heart: How It Works and What To Do If It Fails – Video Interview with Dr. Emer Joyce

Dr. Norma Goodwin, President of Health Power for Minorities, interviews Dr. Emer Joyce, a heart failure specialist at the Cardio-vascular Department at the Cleveland Clinic. […]


    This is the first installment of a three-part series highlighting the theme of community immunity this flu season. Because flu prevention goes beyond […]

Hypertension - Silent Killer

New Definition of Hypertension

Hypertension’s New Definition: What does the revision mean for our health?  Hypertension is generally known as a state of  high blood pressure in which a […]


Cervical Health Awareness and Relationship to HPV

Approximately 11,000 women in the United States are diagnosed with cervical cancer annually with 4,000 of them being at the risk of death. Cervical cancer […]


Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism

Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (alcohol dependence) are serious problems that affect about 1 out of 10 (10 percent of) U.S. adults. The results may affect those […]


Wise Drinking – A Health Power Tip Sheet

    Why Watch the Alcohol? Possible Negative Effects of Drinking Alcohol include: Decreased normal inhibitions, which leads to people often doing things they wouldn’t […]

Martin Luther King, Jr.

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on Health Care Inequality

“Of all the forms of inequality, injustice in health care is the most shocking and inhumane” – Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.      What We Think […]