Health Disparities - Diverse Health

Study: Yes, Women’s Brains Are More Active Than Men’s

by IOS Press | August 14, 2017
In the largest functional brain imaging study to date, the Amen Clinics (Newport Beach, CA) com [...] Read more

Genetic Studies Makes Medicine More Precise — for White People

by Rob Arthur | August 09, 2017
Every human on earth is unique — our genes are different, we eat different things, we live in [...] Read more
Camp Brings Smiles to Children with Cancer

Camp Brings Smiles to Children with Cancer

by Craig Anderson, Associated Press | August 07, 2017
MIDDLETOWN, Del. — It’s a safe place where all kids fit in. Whether in remission or tre [...] Read more
Legionnaire’s Disease Cases Up 143% in Detroit

Legionnaire’s Disease Cases Up 143% in Detroit

by Scott Daniel | August 07, 2017
METRO DETROIT, MI — Metro Detroit cases of Legionnaires’ disease are up 143 percent in June [...] Read more
Report: Mediterranean Diet Doesn’t Work for the Poor

Report: Mediterranean Diet Doesn’t Work for the Poor

by Maura Judkis | August 07, 2017
We’ve long heard that the Mediterranean Diet is how all of us should eat. The diet, inspired [...] Read more
Researcher: Give Me Your Earwax, Armpit Sweat

Researcher: Give Me Your Earwax, Armpit Sweat

by Associated Press | July 31, 2017
DURHAM, N.C.— It’s a dirty job, and somebody wants to do it. N.C. Central University re [...] Read more
Brain Scans: Fathers React to Daughters, Sons Differently

Brain Scans: Fathers React to Daughters, Sons Differently

by Dorothy L. Tengler | July 31, 2017
The ratio of boys to girls born in the United States is 51 percent to 49 percent. Since 1940, a [...] Read more
Rare Disease Common in Small Mormon Town

Rare Disease Common in Small Mormon Town

by ASHLEY COLLMAN | July 31, 2017
A polygamist Mormon enclave on the Arizona-Utah border is seeing more and more children being b [...] Read more