What’s on your plate can help maintain not only your muscles and curves but your heart as well. These items of everyday eatery may need to get the boot according to cardiologist...
The Cameron Juniel Project – Heart Check Sunday, January 28th 2018 at the Kingdom Builder’s Center – 6011 W. Orem, Houston TX, 77085 Attention all athletes from ages 11 – 25, The Cameron Juniel Project, Who We Play For, and the Cody Stephens Foundation have partnered to offer FREE 5 minute EKGs on Sunday, January 28th […]
It’s troubling news for all Women, however Black Women are most at risk. Take a moment to understand more about the trouble with your heart. Click here to READ MORE.
Here’s an interesting from FOX News, You probably have adopted certain behaviors to help become healthier, but you might also be doing things to hurt your health without even being aware of it. A recent study found that sitting with your legs crossed at the knee can bump up systolic blood pressure by nearly seven-percent […]
Daylight saving time ends at 2 AM tonight. So, when it becomes 2 AM turn your clock back one hour. If your not up, just turn your clocks back an hour before you go to bed.
Harvard researchers revealed that a study of older men found that those who regularly skipped breakfast had a 27 percent higher risk of a heart attack than those who ate a morning meal. The researchers added that the results could apply to other people as well. Experts weren’t certain but said that people who don’t […]
You are looking at a man who more than likely will not be winning the Father Of The Year Award…..EVER! This 33-year-old attributes his good looks, luck with the ladies, along with the fact that he was young as the reason why he’s fathered so many kids. Find out how much the […]
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Health and wellness seems to be all the buzz now with the fun-interactive work-outs, celebs sharing pics of their work out sessions, fashion- froward work out attire, segments on our favorite day-time talk shows dedicated to fitness all show us this movement is strong and is going to be around for some time. Where are […]
With the unfortunate passing of Michael Clarke Duncan over the weekend, heart disease and the heart attack has been given a new face for the African American community. According to the Office of Minority Health, African American adults are 40% more likely to have high blood pressure and they are 10% less likely than their […]
Rushing back and forth, picking up, dropping off, deadlines and just plain Life. At blackdoctors.org we’ve found some quick steps to reduce your stress right away. Click here to read more.
I know that many of you heard that Michael Clarke Duncan, probably best known for his role as John Coffe, in “The Green Mile,” suffered a heart attack in his home last week. If you did hear than you know that his girlfriend, Omarosa was credited with saving his life by administering CPR until the […]