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COVID-19 Disproportionately Affecting Black Men In Milwaukee — Including One Of Its Favorites

by Madison J. Gray | March 30, 2020
Lawrence Riley was described as a father figure for many in his neighborhood, serving as a [...] Read more

University of Connecticut Doctor Charged With Intentionally Coughing on Health Workers

by The Associated Press | March 30, 2020
FARMINGTON, Conn. (AP) — A University of Connecticut doctor has been accused of intentionally [...] Read more

Bloomberg Philanthropies, State of Maryland Fund Hopkins-Led COVID-19 Treatment Research

by Hub Staff Report | March 30, 2020
Bloomberg Philanthropies, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, and Johns Hopkins University announced tod [...] Read more

Doctors Are Concerned That Black Communities Might Not Be Getting Access To Coronavirus Tests

by Nidhi Prakash | March 23, 2020
A group of doctors in Virginia is calling for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention an [...] Read more

Alabama’s Acclinate Genetics Partners With National HBCU Debate Group to Tackle Minority Health Disparities

by Acclinate Genetics | March 23, 2020
Speech and debate are skills that require study and practice, much like athletics. The mental a [...] Read more

Five FIU Medical School Administrators Leaving to Launch Medical School in Las Vegas

by Colleen Wright | March 23, 2020
Five administrators at Florida International University’s medical school will depart this sum [...] Read more

Medical Students Should Get Out of the Hospital–Now

by Anna Goshua | March 23, 2020
With COVID-19 cases already numbering in the thousands and a doubling rate of three days, the U [...] Read more

Public Health Expert Says African Americans Are at Greater Risk of Death From Coronavirus

by Lonnae O'Neal | March 16, 2020
This week, the U.S. joined nations around the world in instituting sweeping emergency measures [...] Read more
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