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‘It’s still a miracle, and it always will be’

April 25, 2017

Sylvester McRae has delivered about 10,000 babies, most of them here in Columbus. As a career OB/GYN physician, he sees life from the very beginning. He recently sat down with Ledger-Enquire... (more)

Why Do Black Americans Have Such High Rates of Alzheimer's?

April 24, 2017

Michelle Agaston, 63, of Pittsburg, knows all too well how quickly things can change when an elderly parent develops Alzheimer's disease. "We started noticing little things," Agaston says... (more)

Too Many Black Women Die From Breast Cancer. Why?

April 24, 2017

Breast cancer is not color-blind. Although it strikes women (and less commonly, men) of every age and race, ... (more)

Stolen cells: 'The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks' (reprinted)

April 23, 2017

CSU grad's book sheds light on one woman's unwitting, unending contribution to science ... (more)

Black History: Willi Smith

April 22, 2017

[Runway Talk] Black History should be celebrated every month not just one – but unfortunately, that is not the way it is. Keeping with the times, I thought it only fitting to pr... (more)

Black Entrepreneur Launches Woody Wipes — Personal Hygiene Wipes for Men

April 16, 2017

Black Entrepreneur Launches Woody Wipes — Personal Hygiene Wipes for Men ... (more)

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