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Cherry Bomb: [STUDY] Tart Cherry Powder Enhances Athletic Performance & Recovery in Runners

We’ve always known that cherries are nature’s sweet and tart little teardrops. They contain antioxidants and are also high in vitamin C, fiber, carotenoids and anthocyanins, which have a myriad of biomedicinal properties that may aid in cancer prevention. 197 more words

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What Blacks Need To Know About Hypertension

Hypertension is a condition that deeply affects the Black community in droves and among the 76 million Americans who suffer from hypertension, 35 percent of those are African American. 218 more words

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This Popular "African American Disease" Can Actually Be Reversed

Type 2 diabetes

Type 2 diabetes is one of the most common conditions that increase the risk of heart disease and stroke. Because of its prevalence among African-Americans, some sources are starting to refer to it as the “African-American Disease”. 707 more words

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All in Favor, Say "Eye!"

GETTING SUNBURN OF THE EYE IS EASIER THAN YOU THINK. HERE ARE SOME HELPFUL TIPS SO THAT YOU DON’T “BURN, BABY, BURN,” THIS SUMMER

Spring is finally here, which means the long-awaited bright, sunny days of summer are upon us. 434 more words

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Black Gardeners Matter

As recent events now remind us, it is important to celebrate, uplift, and defend the lives of Black men, women, and children, not just here in the United States but all over the world. 446 more words

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