Friday, October 21, 2016
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Former NFL Great Gives Back to Compton
October 20, 2016
Marcellus Wiley joined different organizations and other local community members by going door-to-door in Compton neighborhoods and helped install more than 200 free smoke alarms. ... read more »
CDU Researcher Secures $1.95 Million in Funding from NIH to Increase and Speed Up Diabetic Retinopathy Detections
October 13, 2016
Funding will Support Groundbreaking Software and Automation Techniques to Reduce Disparities in Detection of the Leading Cause of Blindness Among Adults ... read more »
Dawnn Lewis Highlights The Reality of Mental Illness in ‘The Marriage’ 
October 12, 2016
Depicting the ups and downs of mental illness across generational lines is seldom addressed in African-American homes, much less live theatre. Recently, spectators and friends gathered in numbers to attend the NACCP Award Winning stage play: The Marriage, starring A Different World actress Dawnn Lewis. Held at the West Angeles Performing Arts Theatre, the play sought to shed light on how mental illness impacts families and their loved ones, and the importance of seeking professional help to break the cycle. ... read more »
Success On The Way: The Political Pendulum… “Ask Dr. Jeanette”
October 5, 2016
Fathers are meaningful, important and necessary and wanted ... read more »
Sabriya’s Castle brings out community to donate blood
October 5, 2016
Blood drive saw the community come out to support a worthy cause ... read more »
African Americans Are High-Risk Group for Brain Aneurysm Ruptures
October 5, 2016
Yet New Survey Shows 94% of Americans Don’t Know This ... read more »
African American Leaders Join Efforts to Push Anti-Smoking Initiative
September 28, 2016
The initiative proposes that a $2.00 tax be added to cigarettes and vaping products ... read more »
Black Women Physicians Celebrate 35 Years and Salute Two ‘Amazing’ Honorees
September 28, 2016
On October 1, the Association of Black Women Physicians invites everyone to celebrate their 35th Anniversary of community giving and health education ... read more »
Pro Child, Pro Family, Pro Choice: Experts Fight to Bring Hyde Amendment Era to an End  
September 21, 2016
After 40 years of women of color primarily being affected by the decision to remove abortion from Medicaid, new polling data shows “battleground” voters are in 76 percent agreement that the Hyde Amendment needs to be overturned. ... read more »
#GivingBloodMatters—It Truly Makes A Difference
September 21, 2016
 Join Sabriya’s Castle of Fun Foundation for a day of saving lives by giving a little bit of love ... read more »
Assm. Sebastian Ridley-Thomas hosts telephone Town Hall on Zika Virus
September 14, 2016
“The spread of Zika has been classified as an international health emergency by the World Health Organization because of the progressive spread across the globe." ... read more »
Holden’s Bill 1696 Clears the Way for Low Income Smokers to get Better Help
September 12, 2016
State Assemblyman Chris Holden’s bill 1696, which cleared the Senate Appropriation Committee last month, will make it easier for California’s low income residents to quit smoking. ... read more »
Black Physicians – The Searing Journey
September 8, 2016
LACMAHeals and the National Medical Association hosted the roundtable discussion, “African American Physicians - The Searing Journey” roundtable discussion at the Los Angeles County Medical Association Headquarters downtown on Aug. 31. ... read more »

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