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First 5 Launches New Parent Support Campaign
July 27, 2016
National survey reveals African-American parents share strikingly similar views with parents of all ethnicities when it comes to parenting challenges and aspirations to keep doing better ... read more »
UCLA SAFE Program to Help Low Income Residents Avoid Second Hand Smoke
July 21, 2016
On April 6, organizers of UCLA SAFE (Smoke Free Air For Everyone) launched a three year program aimed at increasing access to smoke free apartments in low-income neighborhoods in the city of Los Angeles. ... read more »
Back-to-School Festival Readies Youth For School
July 21, 2016
Mothers In Action continues to serve with supplies, healthcare and information for the community ... read more »
Eliminating Health Disparities—Quality Healthcare for African Americans
July 20, 2016
National Medical Association addresses HIV/AIDS at its 114th Annual Convention ... read more »
July 19, 2016
A massive turnout of activists, delegates, doctors and public health experts is settling in for this year’s International AIDS Conference in Durban, South Africa, where the good news is better survival rates thanks to life-saving medications. ... read more »
Look At Those Pearly Whites!
June 30, 2016
Chamber of Commerce president presented with award for a job well done and a clean smile ... read more »
Assemblywoman Autumn Burke Replaces Your Ride
June 30, 2016
Assemblywoman Burke hosts a 'Crush Your Car' event to celebrate residents receiving new eco-friendly cars ... read more »
Summertime and the Livin’ is Easy
June 29, 2016
Last week with the official kickoff of summer for some reason I thought it would be a good time to listen to the song Summertime. The song was originally composed in 1934 for the opera Porgy and Bess and has been sung by many artist across several decades sharing the theme that fish are jumpin’ the cotton is high and the livin’ is easy. ... read more »
Success On ‘The Way’, ASK DR. JEANETTE! – You Got The Power!!
June 29, 2016
Every day brings fresh challenges; some are similar to previous challenges. Somehow, they take on a new identity. Where does that leave us? What do we do? Well, here’s the answer! ... read more »
Centinela Hospital Medical Center Celebrates Completion of Seismic Retrofit Project
June 28, 2016
Centinela Hospital Medical Center celebrated the completion of it’s over $55 million seismic retrofit project on Wednesday, June 22 with a gala ribbon cutting, awards presentation and hospital tour. ... read more »
Los Angeles County Department of Parks And Recreation Announces 2016 Free Summer Food Service Program
June 23, 2016
Monday through Friday during each week of the program, children 18 years of age and under are invited to receive a nutritious lunch and snack ... read more »
SCE Crews at the Ready as Record Heat Descends on Southern California
June 22, 2016
Conservation is key as increased demand puts stress on the electrical grid. ... read more »
Cooking For A Cause
June 11, 2016
Chef Misty Williams Marshall is dedicated to fighting sickle cell disease. ... read more »
Thousands Qualify to Still Enroll Even After Deadline Passes for Covered California
June 8, 2016
Although Covered California’s third open-enrollment period ended Jan. 31, the door is not closed to uninsured Californians, who have experienced life changing events like having a baby, ... read more »
CBC Health Braintrust Chair Dr. Robin Kelly Statement on National Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month
June 8, 2016
U.S. Congresswoman Robin Kelly (D-IL), chairwoman of the Congressional Black Caucus Health Braintrust, today issued the following statement in recognition of National Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month. ... read more »

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