African-American women who have depression and other mood disorders often don’t get help. Learn why, and how to recognize the signs of common mental health conditions.
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Researchers have added to evidence that treating inflammation may be a way to delay brain changes associated with cognitive decline.
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Are you doing enough to protect your skin? To help make sunscreen a part of your daily routine, dermatologist Anna Chien, M.D., addresses common concerns.
Nearly half of African-American women experience some kind of hair loss. Dermatologist Crystal Aguh is researching new treatments for these women — and increasing other dermatologists’ awareness of the issue.
Exchange food that has minimal nutritional value for healthy foods that satisfy cravings for crunchy, sweet or meaty bites and provide heart-health benefits.
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