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Black women face a 40% increased risk of mortality from breast cancer despite having a 4% lower incidence rate of breast cancer compared to white women. Some types of cancer, such as triple-negative breast cancer — an aggressive form of the disease — is  more prevalent among Black women and tends to be harder to treat. This can contribute to poorer outcomes compared to other racial and ethnic groups. The post New Study To Evaluate Why Black Women Face Higher Mortality Rates From Cancer appeared first on NewsOne.

The commitment to first do no harm, even if unintentionally, is ignored over and over when pregnant Black women seek proper medical care. Racial discrimination leads to stunning disparities in not only healthcare access but quality healthcare even when access is available. The post Seven Ways Racism Harms Pregnant Black Women appeared first on NewsOne.

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O.J. Simpson's death from prostate cancer places a glaring spotlight on how the treatable disease disproportionately kills Black people. The post O.J. Simpson And Other Notable Black People Who Died From Prostate Cancer appeared first on NewsOne.

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Join Porkchop from 92Q and Ryan Da Lion from Magic 95.9 for a special edition of “Minorities and Mental Health: Gambling Addiction” presented by Sheppard Pratt, on Tuesday, March 26th at 7pm on the 92Q Facebook page, Radio One Baltimore YouTube and 92Q.com!   Special guest panelists include: Anjalissa “AJ” Johnson, LCADC, MAC Addictions Counselor […]

Join Persia Nicole and a panel of experts as they discuss tools to prevent and manage diabetes – Wednesday, April 24th, 7pm on the 92Q Facebook page, Radio One Baltimore YouTube and 92Q.com. Presented by University of Maryland Medical Center Midtown Campus. Featured panelists include: Alexandra Morán, MD Diabetes Program Director University of Maryland Medical […]

Self-care is a form of activism for Black Women.

For these two Black women, Ozempic has made a seismic change in their lives.