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In this edition of the Love Talk, GRIFF is moved in his spirit to say something to all the men listening out there who may feel like things aren’t going the way they want them to be. He explains that men, because of their nature of wanting to fix things, not show emotion and just […]

In this edition of the Faith Walk, Erica Campbell discusses why it’s imperative that we know who we are, what we want and what we believe to be true about ourselves. Answer your own questions, she says. Go into the bible and find the passages that will help you. Even if you have to take […]

Desegregation has stalled, showing growing disparities - especially for poor Black and Hispanic students.

The Wonkblog over at the Washington Post has a pretty interesting write-up of new research from the Public Religion Research Institute. In a study of race and friendship, PRRI found that…

New research suggests that too much TV time might shorten your life. But not necessarily for the reason you might think. The study of more…

First the bad news: The percentage of Americans with diabetes has doubled since 1988, with nearly one in 10 adults now diagnosed with the blood-sugar…

  Here’s yet another reason we must fight back against obesity in our children.  According to NBC news a new study shows that extra weight in girls may be sending them into early puberty. Research shows that girls with a higher body mass may start developing breast earlier, perhaps as early as the 2nd grade. […]

  Researchers in Connecticut College did a study and found that rats eating Oreos activated more neurons in the brains pleaseure spot than did cocaine.  Scientist says they found that the rats grew a dependency on Oreos just like the ones did that were injected with Cocaine. The study also showed that the creamy filling is […]

The latest study of breast cancer still shows a big gap in the survival between black and white women.  According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, black woman are 40% more likely to die of breast cancer than white women. Researchers say the difference has to do with black women being more sick […]

A new study, published this week in the Archives of Internal Medicine, that found that the risk of dying at an early age — from heart disease, cancer, or any other cause—rises in step with red-meat consumption.