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Viva Hispanic Cuisine Para National Hispanic Heritage Month

  National Hispanic Heritage Month, the period each year from mid-September to Mid-October celebrates Hispanic culture and heritage, and recognizes Hispanic Americans’ many  contributions to […]

overweight and obesity

Adult Practices that Increase the Risk of Childhood & Teen Obesity

Adults often unintentionally increase the risk of childhood and teen obesity. Examples in different life stages follow.  Childhood and Teen Years We all go through […]

Add more Fruits and Veggies to diet

Why You Should Add More Fruits and Vegetables to Your Diet Plan

  An average adult needs at least 2 cups of fruit and 3 cups of vegetables per day to stay healthy. However, as per the […]


6 Tips to Manage Diabetes

  While chronic conditions such as diabetes can create real problems regarding your health, a few lifestyle changes and regularly taking prescribed medications can help […]


Eczema: Symptoms, Causes, and Treatments

Skin problems are prevalent in the US, especially among females.  Around 7.7% of African American women and 10.8% of Hispanic women visit clinics for atopic […]

Dr. Robert Holloway and Ann - Ovarian Cancer

Latest Information About Ovarian Cancer Treatment

Dr. Norma Goodwin, President of Health Power for Minorities, interviews Dr. Robert Holloway, Clinical Associate Professor of OB/GYN at Florida State University College of Medicine, […]

Ovarian Cancer Survey -Dr. Stephanie Blank

Ovarian Cancer Survey Result: Meeting Patients Needs/Education – Video with Dr. Stephanie Blank & Anne Sweeney

Health Power’s President, Dr. Norma Goodwin, shares with her audience a discussion about ovarian cancer between Dr. Stephanie Blank, Professor of Gynecologic Oncology at Icahn […]

World Heart Day 5

Manage Your Cholesterol to Celebrate World Heart Day

Heart disease is a major problem in the U.S. Nearly 1 in 3 Americans will die from it, making it the leading cause of death […]


Alzheimer’s Caregivers Showing Love [It’s World Alzheimer’s Month]

  It’s World Alzheimer’s Month!  Playing ball with your dad, or  reading with your mom are American traditions of youth. What happens when those memories […]

September is Sexual Health Month

Why Sexual Health Matters So Much!

What is Sexual Health? Here’s the World Health Organization’s (WHO) definition, “Sexual health is a state of physical, mental and social well-being in relation to sexuality. It […]