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To Reduce Health and Racial Inequities, Prioritize Authentic Community Collaboration
October 14, 2021
As California continues to grow it’s crucial to prioritize meaningful change to eliminate health inequities and bridge the divide in access and quality of care. ... read more »
A Journey From Nigeria to Neurosurgery
September 9, 2021
With a drive for excellence and a motivating mentor, Oluwaseun Omofoye, MD, MS, completes his Neurosurgery training after 19 years ... read more »
Kaiser Permanente West Los Angeles Medical Center Receives Get With The Guidelines-Stroke Gold Plus Quality Achievement Award
September 9, 2021
American Heart Association Award Recognizes Kaiser Permanente West Los Angeles Medical Center’s commitment to quality stroke care ... read more »
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Why I Want You to Get the Covid Vaccine Now
September 9, 2021
If we don’t get vaccinated, I foresee repeat cycles of preventable deaths, business and school closures, and potentially even more dangerous variants of the virus in our future. Unfortunately, black and brown communities that have been the hardest hit by Covid are now lagging behind in taking advantage of the amazing science that led to our Covid vaccines. ... read more »
Through CalHOPE – COVID-19 Program, NAMI Contra Costa Provides Crisis Support and Resources to African Americans Across the State
September 9, 2021
NAMI CC is on board to provide culturally specific resources and emotional support to African Americans experiencing challenges due to COVID-19. ... read more »
National Study Shows Disparities in Healthcare Spending Among Race
August 19, 2021
Analysis from Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation highlights disproportionate spending on White Americans ... read more »
COVID-19 and Race-Based Traumatic Stress Result in Major Mental Health Concerns Among Black Population
August 5, 2021
Pandemic, racial bias can and do have long-lasting negative psychological impact ... read more »
New Report Reveals Breakthrough Cases in Vaccinated are Extremely Rare
August 5, 2021
As of Jan. 16, the U.S. had surpassed more than 23.3 million total cases and 388,700 deaths due to the pandemic, the Kaiser Family Foundation reported. ... read more »
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Black children have high rates of tooth decay, but experts say it is easily preventable
July 15, 2021
According to the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health’s 2020 Smile Survey, almost half of children have experienced tooth decay. ... read more »
INFLUENCING CHANGE TO AFFECT FOOD INSECURITY
June 10, 2021
- A group effort must be taken to not shift the burden - ... read more »
Kedren Health Vaccinates 1,000+ at Weekend Events in South L.A.
May 20, 2021
African immigrants and communities of color were among the recipients of the free vaccine ... read more »
Nationwide “Rise Above COVID” Movement Seeks to Represent the Country’s Diversity in COVID-19 Clinical Trial
May 6, 2021
Inclusion of Black volunteers is crucial to research COVID-19 treatments ... read more »
The Importance of Breastfeeding
April 15, 2021
We will be discussing the benefits of breastfeeding, how to successfully breastfeed, and resources to support your breastfeeding journey. ... read more »
WisePause Wellness –The World’s First Virtual Conference on Demystifying Menopause
March 25, 2021
Full day event features over 30 experts to discuss hormones, sexual health, stress, perimenopause and menopause to speak to 3500+ women globally ... read more »
Upcoming Daylight-Saving Time Change Poses Challenges
March 11, 2021
Sleep expert offers simple advice on how to cope with initial loss of sleep ... read more »
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