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Ovarian Cancer Survey -Dr. Stephanie Blank

Ovarian Cancer Survey Result: Meeting Patients Needs/Education

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 […]

High Blood Pressure Recipes

High salt or sodium intake markedly increases the risk of developing high blood pressure or hypertension. In fact, southern U.S. high salt and fat dietary […]

Gout - Dr. Theodore Fields

Overview on Gout

Dr. Goodwin, President of Health Power, leading source of health information for minorities worldwide, interviews Dr. Theodore Fields, a rheumatologist, of the Hospital of Special […]

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Scleroderma: An Auto-Immune Condition Affecting African Americans

 Scleroderma: An Auto-immune Condition Affecting African Americans Although you may have heard the term auto-immune condition, or disease, many people aren’t sure what it means. […]

Opioid Aduse - Young Adult

Quick Guide on Opioid Abuse and Addiction

  Opioid abuse and addiction are big problems in the United States. The director of the National Institute on Drug Abuse, the federal government agency […]

Hep C Awareness - Dr. Dieterich

Importance of Hepatitis C Screening and Treatment

Dr. Douglas Dieterich, Director of The Institute for Liver Medicine at Mount Sinai Health System in New York City and Bob Rice, who was cured […]

Close the Gap - Drs Underwood and Batchelor

Impact of Ethnicity, Gender and Income on Cardiovascular Outcomes

Dr. Paul Underwood, Medical Director of Interventional Cardiology at Boston Scientific and Dr. Wayne Batchelor, Interventional Cardiologist of Southern Medical Group in Tallahassee Memorial Hospital, […]

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Men’s Health Issues

Because men have been breadwinners, protectors, soldiers, fathers and husbands for centuries, they have been taught to be strong and firm, thus withstanding pain and […]

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Cataracts – Not Just Blurred Vision

  June is Cataract Awareness Month. Inside our eyes, we have a natural lens. The lens bends (refracts) light rays that come into the eye […]

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Quick Guide to Alzheimer’s & Dementia

As a result of the population shifts are taking place in the United States, more and more people are living with Alzheimer’s and other types […]

High salt or sodium intake markedly increases the risk of developing high blood pressure or hypertension. In fact, southern U.S. high salt and fat dietary patterns are called the so called “stroke belt” connection because stroke occurs more often in the southern part of the U.S. Excess salt or sodium, a
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Overview on Gout

Dr. Goodwin, President of Health Power, leading source of health information for minorities worldwide, interviews Dr. Theodore Fields, a rheumatologist, of the Hospital of Special Surgery in New York City and Medical Advisor  of the publication, "Creaky Joints".  Their discussion took place on May 22nd,
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