Black activists have played a pivotal role in raising awareness, fighting stigma and pushing for greater access to treatment and support. The post Influential Black HIV/AIDS Activists You Need To Know appeared first on NewsOne.
Here's Tips On How To Travel Smart With Type 1 Diabetes! Get advice from two Black Women Type 1 Diabetics. Watch here...
While the holidays are a time to rejoice, they are also a time that many people experience heightened sadness. Seasonal depression, also known as Holiday Blues, is more common than one may think. Faith-based psychologist Dr. Alduan Tartt joins the show to help listeners and the RSMS fam cope during the holiday months. Text “RICKEY” […]
Journalist and daytime diva Tamron Hall helped the Lupus Research Alliance spread awareness at their annual "Breaking Through" Gala in NYC. The post Tamron Hall Helps LRA Spread Lupus Awareness At NYC Gala, Says “No One Should Feel Betrayed By Their Own Body” appeared first on Black America Web.
An advocate is someone who publicly supports a particular cause and we have a lot of amazing advocates in the Type 1 Diabetes community! Learn more about two of them and what they're doing for Diabetics all over the nation...
Between 2001 and 2011, declines in cancer death rates for Black, Hispanic, and white youth were similar, ranging from 15% to 17%. However, only rates for white youth continued to decline through 2021. The post Childhood Cancer Death Rates For Black And Hispanic Children Stopped Improving After 2011, Study Shows appeared first on NewsOne.
Get real advice from Type 1 Diabetic moms on the differences in C-Section and Vaginal deliveries, how their pregnancies lowered their A1Cs plus more.
A 14-year-old student from Fairfax, Virginia, Heman Bekele, has developed an innovative soap that holds promise in the potential treatment of skin cancer.