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Racial Stereotypes Are Making Americans Sicker

Flawed racial narratives make people sick. Literally sick. Direct examples of this come from medical settings, where it’s been documented again and again that medical staff treat people of different races differently, especially when it comes to cardiac care. These differences are largely reflections of broader inequality, but not exclusively, because these differences remain even… Read More »

HPV Vaccine Making Headway Against Cancer-Causing Virus Worldwide

WEDNESDAY, June 26, 2019 — HPV vaccination programs significantly reduce human papillomavirus infections and precancerous cervical lesions, a new global review finds. Vaccination protects against the HPV strains that cause the majority of cervical cancers. Researchers analyzed 65 studies that included data collected over eight years from more than 60 million people in 14 high-income… Read More »

Making Keto Effective for Your Body

Every diet plan affects people differently depending on what body type the person has, and the keto diet is slowly becoming a household staple among dieticians and weight loss aficionados. Keto has shown to be consistently effective even though different people of varying body types have tried it. One of the best reasons it’s increasingly… Read More »