Eating often can prove to be one of the prevention strategies that can enhance health and wellness, at least according to some local fitness experts.
The casts of Bravo TV’s "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" and "Fashion Queens" recently came together to film a public service announcement in support of the Act Against AIDS HIV testing campaign Testing Makes Us Stronger.
Dr. Karen Khadijah Davis-Foulks launches her new innovative, grass roots, community Welfare 2 Wellness Family Program Moving Beyond TANF 2 Mindfulness Mental Living.
If everyone were more open and honest about their health, pain and suffering can be prevented and those in need will receive the help to which they're entitled.
I never imagined I would be living the rest of my life with another person's heart beating inside me.
As the world's largest food retailer, Wal-Mart believes it has the opportunity and responsibility to provide families access to affordable, nutritious, sustainably grown food. But too many families are still not taking advantage of all that is offered.
Scientists have recently made new discoveries that can help you activate weight loss while gaining control over deadly aging processes.
More than 3,600 people participated in March for Babies events in Prince George's County and Washington, D.C. over the past two weekends.
An Internet study by University of Maryland researchers found higher Black mortality rates occur in areas that exhibit the most intense levels of racism.
Kimberly Curtis has a story that may not be all that unfamiliar to many.
Happy Older Americans Month! Here in the District of Columbia, we are happy to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Older Americans Act of 1965 as we celebrate Older Americans Month under the theme "Get into the Act."
Whitman-Walker Health, a health center that for nearly 40 years has served D.C. — specifically its lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community — is gearing up for a move this month into a new state-of-the-art medical facility in Northwest.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the District of Columbia has the highest rate of colorectal cancer in the U.S., and black men are most likely to die from the disease when compared with all other racial ...
The free Brain Health Fair that took place at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center on Saturday, April 18, served as an educational resource to residents living with and potentially facing brain diseases.
Gary A. Puckrein wants it to be clear: the elimination of health disparities will happen if for no other reason, because it has to.