• Finding a Doula

    July 27

    Are you expecting a baby and want some help? Yes, you have a doctor to help, but a doula can also help make a huge difference when giving birth. Read more about what a doula ...
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  • Theodore Jones, M.D.: The State of Breastfeeding, 2015

    July 24

    The National Medical Association’s (NMA) Breastfeeding Medicine Alliance, established in 2014, has a healthy slate of programming set for this year’s NMA convention in Detroit. On the eve of the convention’s kickoff, Black Health Matters ...
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  • Fat Dads

    July 23

    Though the dad bod may be all the rage these days, packing on the pounds post fatherhood is not a good health trend. But this is exactly what new fathers are doing, according to a ...
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  • Easy Ways to Eat More Greens

    July 23

    You know you should eat as many greens as you possibly can. Greens have a ton of benefits: They supply your body with vital vitamins and minerals, they are key to a healthy digestive system ...
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  • Date Your Mate

    July 22

    You finally married the person of your dreams, or perhaps you have been married to your best friend for many years. Have you settled into a routine that makes you feel more like roommates instead ...
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  • That Urgent Care Center May Send You a Big Bill

    July 22

    Sallyann Johnson considers herself a pretty savvy health-care consumer. When she fell and injured her hands and wrists, she didn’t head for an expensive emergency room, choosing an urgent care clinic near her Milwaukee home ...
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  • How to Support a Partner With Bipolar Disorder

    July 20

    If your loved one recently was diagnosed with bipolar disorder, you may feel overwhelmed and wonder how to show your support. This disorder can take a heavy toll on a relationship, so we offer these ...
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  • How Much Does It Cost to Have a Baby?

    July 20

    Which hospital parents pick to deliver their baby can have serious cost consequences, according to a new study. Hospital costs for women who had no maternal or obstetric risk factors to complicate childbirth ranged from ...
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