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Here's what we know -- and what we don't -- about Trump's $200 drug discount cards

In his latest bid to show that he's lowering drug prices, President Donald Trump said Thursday -- less than six weeks before the election -- that he will send $200 drug discount cards to 33 million Americans on Medicare.

Top Universities Collaborate with Listeners On Call to Address Student Needs for Accessible Mental Health Support

Listeners On Call, the pioneer in Consumer Listening Services, partners with student body presidents of four top universities representing over 140,000 students, Texas A&M, Syracuse, Purdue, and Vanderbilt, to provide mental health and well-being support to students. The students can ...

Sickle Cell: Minimize Your Crisis by Staying One Step Ahead

When you are someone living with sickle cell disease, there are times in your life you go through tremendous pain…unbearable pain. You want to do everything you can to avoid that pain, that crisis.

Adding Fuel to the Fire of Our Pandemics

Nero, the Roman Emperor who legendarily fiddled while Rome burned is a symbol for an irresponsible, ineffective, and callous leader who shows indifference to people in crisis. The great Rome fire took place in the first century AD. The fiddle ...

FDA must do more to regulate thousands of chemicals added to your food, petitioners say

Pretend you're pregnant. You're careful about every morsel you put into your mouth, exquisitely conscious about the potential impact on your growing baby's development.

Johnson & Johnson's coronavirus vaccine is fourth to begin Phase 3 trials in the United States

Johnson & Johnson's Covid-19 vaccine candidate begins Phase 3 trials in the United States today. Trials for the single-dose vaccine will include up to 60,000 adult participants at nearly 215 sites in the US and internationally.

Fauci calls 200,000 pandemic death toll 'sobering, and in some respects, stunning'

Dr. Anthony Fauci on Tuesday said the US reaching 200,000 coronavirus deaths is "very sobering, and in some respects, stunning," while adding that Americans should trust medical experts despite at times conflicting signals from the highest levels of government.

HISD Statement: Presumed positive COVID-19 cases at Houston Independent School District Facilities

The following HISD locations had reports of presumed positive COVID-19 cases this week:

Celebrity weed brands worth trying

Now that weed has been deemed socially acceptable by pop culture and society at large, celebrity involvement in the cannabis industry is at an all time high. As this burgeoning new market continues to evolve, serious ventures from passionate celebrity ...

Black adults aren't getting right medications for trickiest cases of high blood pressure

Black adults with hard-to-treat high blood pressure often don't get the right medications or receive counseling about the use of healthy behaviors to lower blood pressure, according to a new study.

When it comes to healthy protein, fish is the dish

When it comes to healthy sources of protein, fish is the dish. An entrée like grilled white fish with avocado relish is tasty, easy to cook and good for your heart.

Candace “Six Figure Spa Chick” Holyfield to host The Queen Spa Expo, September 18-19, 2020

Candace “The Six Figure Spa Chick”, Holyfield is the founder and the creative mind behind the Queen Spa Expo (specifically created for minority spa professionals) and The Black Spa Magazine. She is best known for her Award-Winning spa parties and ...

Why Johnson & Johnson and others are investing in this burgeoning Black-owned haircare company

Infinite Looks, Inc., founder Keenan Beasley wants to help Black women who love working out hit the gym without worrying about "sweating out their edges."

Paul Rudd, 'certified young person,' wants you to wear a mask

Paul Rudd wants you to be a "bae" and wear a mask. The 51-year-old actor filmed a public service announcement at the behest of New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo as part of the "Mask Up, America" campaign.

7 people hospitalized after car crash on Golden Gate Bridge possibly exposes them to fentanyl

Seven people were hospitalized after a car crash Sunday on the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco may have exposed them to the deadly drug fentanyl.

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