[New Study]Black Men at both ends of economic spectrum at risk for depression
Jobless African-American men might be at a greater risk of suffering from depression, however new research shows, at the other end of the income spectrum, African-American men making $80,000 and upward are also among those at higher risk.
New study suggests stem cell transplant cures HIV
Doctors recently published a report in the journal Blood affirming that the results of extensive testing “strongly suggest that cure of HIV infection has been achieved.”
Stay in your relationship longer
The amount of education a person has plays a big role when it comes to deciding whether to make a long-term commitment to that special someone or to have a child outside of marriage, a new report says.
New study: Daycare has lasting effects for African American children
An examination of the data revealed that children who attended more responsive, stimulating, and well-structured settings during preschool had fewer behavioral problems-such as aggression and rule breaking-in middle childhood.
New data shows that African Americans and Hispanics use cell phones significantly more than whites
African-Americans use the most voice minutes — on average more than 1,300 a month. Hispanics are the next most talkative group, chatting an average of 826 minutes a month.
American girls are beginning puberty at much younger ages
By age 8, 27 percent of the girls had begun puberty: 18.3 percent of whites, 42.9 percent of blacks and 30.9 percent of Latinas.