NC A&T Professor seeks answers to Alzheimer’s
Since the start of her Alzheimer’s work in 2003, Goldi Byrd, chair of the department of biological sciences at N.C. A&T State University, has studied the science; now she also looks at the social factors and perceptions about health studies in the African-American community.
Alumni Wellness: The 20 Minute Workout Part 2
Check out part 1 of the 3 part series on how to effectively flatten your stomach in 90 days. Advice from fitness professional Scott Parker interviewed by our own Billy Ocean.
African Americans Lead the Field in High Blood Pressure. Here’s what to do…
African Americans are genetically at a greater risk of developing High Blood pressure (hypertension) than other racial groups. Poor diet, high stress levels and increased salt intake are some of the factors that may lead to African Americans leading the Pack as far as High blood Pressure is concerned.