Month: July 2021

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Overcome Hypertension as an African American: Address These 7 Risk Factors

Photo credit: Dreamstime Introduction Despite the disproportionate occurrence of hypertension in blacks when compared to other racial groups, the good news is that there are clear-cut steps to prevent hypertension. However, an elevated blood pressure reading is not always the same as hypertension. Ideally, you should monitor your […]

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Protect Yourself From Skin Cancer: Types, Risk Factors, and 4 Take-Home Tips

by Dr. Christopher M. Cirino and Dr. Shahrzad Alimohammadi

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What to Know About Hypertension if you are African American

hypertension requires measuring it with a blood pressure check

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Exploring the Neuroscience of Altruism

Pay it forward for your optimal health and for the benefit of the community’s health!

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Behavior Change: Leaving My Job is a Reminder that It is Always Radical

Behavior change is nothing less than a radical change.

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The Turtle Bowl and the Awful Smell: My Adventures with Phantosmia

There are worse things to smell than a turtle bowl, but, at the moment, I can’t think of any.

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