SAVE THE DATE: No Cost 3D Mammogram Screening at Heinz Field May 17th &...

The Alpha Alpha Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., in partnership with the Pittsburgh Steelers, will offer no-cost 3D mammograms to eligible...

6 Ways Your Dog Can Help Improve Your Mental Health

Dogs can provide a sense of comfort for their pet parents, and spending time together can help create a strong bond, reduce stress and...

Rare uterine cancer appears to be driving an increase in deaths, particularly among Black...

A rare but aggressive kind of uterine cancer appears to be driving an increase in U.S. deaths from the disease, particularly among Black women,...

May is Mental Health Awareness Month

May is Mental Health Awareness Month. The first week of May 2022 is not over and news of two young, seemingly exuberant young women...

Better Oral Health May Help Protect Your Heart

Many people are aware healthy habits like regular exercise and eating nutritious foods promote better heart health. However, it's lesser known that your oral...

Six in ten people with COVID-19 still have a least one symptom a year...

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Six in ten people with COVID-19 still have at least one symptom a year later, a new study being presented at this year’s European...

What’s Holding Up the COVID Vaccines for Children Under 5?

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by Caroline Chen, Propublica This story was originally published by ProPublica As the United States relaxes pandemic restrictions, advising some 70% of Americans they no longer...

Recognize Red Flags for Your Heart Health

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A red flag is a common signal indicating potential danger or trouble, and that includes issues related to your health. An educational campaign sponsored by...

Growing number of women seek midwifery’s natural approach to care

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A growing number of mothers in the U.S. are having perfectly healthy babies in safe environments but minus what was once considered a key...

During cardiac arrest, Black and Hispanic Americans less likely to receive CPR

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When Black and Hispanic Americans experience apparent cardiac arrest, they are far less likely than white counterparts to receive bystander aid through cardiopulmonary resuscitation...