Your favorite song might be aiding in your overall well-being.
Tags: health, Mental Health, Music, music genres, music therapy, overall wellbeing, quality of life, science, stress relief, studies, Study: Music Is As Effective As Exercise For Improving Mental Health, what is deep listening
Influential figures including multimedia mogul and TV personality Charlamagne tha God are advocating for Colon Cancer prevention in the Black community, a heinous disease that took the life of ‘Black Panther’ Chadwick Boseman.
Tags: black community, brandon jenkins, Chadwick Boseman, Charlamagne tha God, Charlamagne Tha God Among Celebrity Ambassadors For Colon Cancer Prevention, colon cancer prevention, health, Health and Wellness, jinx, lifestyle, mel d. cole, vashtie
Did you know February is also American Heart Health Month? Let’s take a moment to learn more about the organ that keeps you alive and how to keep it healthy.
Tags: American Heart health Month, Fitness, health, heart, Heart Healthy Tips, lifestyle, lists, signs, tips
Author of a new book chronicles her struggles and success with weight loss.
Tags: food addiction, health, Leaving Large: The Stories of a Food Addict, Michelle Petties, weight loss
A virtual health conference is taking place Nov. 15th-18th
Tags: balm of gilead, Bobby Gailes, Dr. Pernessa Seele, health, Taking it to the Streets
The Black Community Innovation Coalition will engage with Black workers about their health in an effort to target their specific needs.
Tags: Doctor on Demand, Grand Rounds, health, The Black Community Innovation Coalition
How COVID is impacting Sickle Cell and the latest information regarding treatment.
Tags: Advocate for Sickle Cell Patients, Center for Sickle Cell Disease at Howard University Hospital, Dr. James G. Taylor, health, Medical Monday, Shanetta Richardson
How much is too much?
Tags: Dr. Ro., Dr. Rovenia Brock, health, Medical Monday, Red meat, Wellness
How can we be healthier and lose weight right now?
Tags: Fitness, health, Kuti Mack, Nutrition, Quarantine 15, weight loss
Diabetes is even more concerning during the pandemic.
Tags: Dr. Gail Nunlee-Bland, health, Howard University Hospital, Maya Fisher, The Diabetes Treatment Center, Type 1 diabetes patient
How can women cultivate and honor the self-definition of beauty?
Tags: Beautiful Woman Inside and Out Conference, beauty, Dr. Sharon Allison Ottey, health, MD, relationships, spirituality, women
Health is wealth! It’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Get your mammograms.
Tags: Ananda Lewis, Ananda Lewis' cancer journey, Ananda Lewis' Holistic Approach To Fighting Breast Cancer, Angela Stribling, BET, breast cancer awareness, breast cancer awareness month, cancer, health, HUR@Home Music, MTV, Teen Summit, The Ananda Lewis Show, The Insider
Tips on how to co-parent during the pandemic.
Tags: Co-Parenting During The Pandemic, coronavirus, COVID-19, Dr. Robert Evans, Dr. Yolandra Hancock, health, Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, Parenting, Pediatrician
We look at this complicated and sensitive issue from miscarriage to SIDS, sudden infant death syndrome, and how couples handle it.
Tags: Board Certified OB/GYN, Dr. Hugh Mighty, Dr. Nicole Lee Plenty, health, Howard University College of Medicine, MD, Medical Monday, miscarriage, pregnancy, SIDS
Medical and political implications of President Trump’s COVID-19 diagnosis.
Tags: COVID-19, Dr. Ali Ramadan, Dr. Niambi Carter, health, Pandemic, President Trump returns to The White House
A cautionary tale has prompted us to have a conversation about men’s health.
Tags: Department of Community & Family Medicine, DR. MARK JOHNSON, health, Howard University, Kawan Glover, men's health, Stroke
The eyes HAVE IT!
Tags: #angelastribling, beauty, celebrity, Celebrity Makeup Artist Derrick Rutledge, eyes, health, HUR@Home Lifestyle, makeup, mask, mask makeup tips, mua, Pandemic, Style, Wellness
The team confirmed he was diagnosed with squamous cell carcinoma located in a lymph node.
Tags: health, Ron Rivera, Skin Cancer, Washington Football team
Howard University Hospital CEO discusses the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic and re-imagining the hospital.
Tags: Anita Jenkins, CEO Howard University Hospital, coronavirus, COVID-19, health, health care, Medical Monday
Keeping seniors emotionally and physically safe during the pandemic.
Tags: coronavirus, COVID-19, DC Department of Aging and Community Living, Dr. Heather Stowe, health, Lisa Marsh-Ryerson, president, Senior Citizens, The AARP Foundation
Addressing immunizations and other non-COVID-19 healthcare issues.
Tags: coronavirus, COVID-19, Dr. Omeche Idoko-Forrester, Family Physician, health, Medical Monday, Medical Pavilion at National Harbor
For black women over 30, the risk of dying during pregnancy is four to five times high than white women.
Tags: CDC, health, maternal mortality, Medical Monday, Pregnancy mortality
What has happened since the first cases hit Washington state in January?
Tags: Ambrose Lane, Chief of Infectious Diseases, coronavirus, COVID-19, Dr. Ronald Wilcox, health, Health Alliance Network, Howard University Hospital, Masks, Pandemic, The Black Coalition Against COVID
Prompting black men to be more proactive about their health issues.
Tags: black men, Community & Family Medicine, Disparities, Dr. Ahmed Ali, health, Howard University, Howard University Hospital, Mark S. Johnson, MD, oncologist
Maryland ICU workers urge caution as states begin to reopen.
Tags: coronavirus, COVID-19, Fort Washington Medical Center, health
Celery contains many benefits which may improve ones health.
Tags: Celery, greens, health
What do you have to do to keep you skin healthy?
Tags: COVID-19 Shutdown, Dermatologist, Dr. Melanye Maclin, health, M.D., Skin Care
We take a look at how this disease is impacting out children.
Tags: Children, Children's National Hospital, coronavirus, COVID-19, Dr. Charles Berul, Dr. Marilyn Mcpherson-Corder, health
How are diabetics impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic?
Tags: coronavirus, COVID-19, health, The American Diabetes Association, Tracey Brown
Nurses and medical staff take us inside the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic in DC
Tags: coronavirus, COVID-19, Debra Washington, Dept. of Surgery, Div. of Trauma & Critical Care, First Responders, health, Howard University, Kenyatta Hazelwood, The District of Columbia Nurses Association, Trauma Program Director, United Medical Center Nurse and Vice President
Walking is a great way to lower blood pressure and control weight.
Tags: Benefits of Walking, exercise, get lean, health, walking
The impressive benefits of water and it’s role in keeping one healthy.
Tags: health, hydrate, Water
What do you need to do to keep your head above water… for however long the coronavirus crisis lasts?
Tags: Deborah Owens, health, Investments, Personal Finances, The Coronavirus Pandemic and Your Finances, Wealth Coach
Lizzo and fat-shaming. Are people going too far with it comes to criticism?
Tags: Author, beauty, Black women, Body Image, Dr. Sharon Denise Allison Ottey, Fat-Shaming, health, Health Strategist, Lizzo, Physican, Professional Plus-Size Model and Founder of the non-profit ScholarChips, Yasmine Arrington
WHUR and NBC4 team up to help you get on the right road to fitness during the holiday season.
Tags: Beat the holiday bulge, exercise, Fitness, health, Leona Brown, Molette Green
Unraveling the mystery of menopause and how women can best address the issues that come with it.
Tags: Author, Dr. Joy'El Ballard, health, MD, Medical Monday, Menopause, OB-GYN, OBGYN, Perimenopause, Women's health
DC Council Mulling Sugary Drink Tax
Tags: DC Council, DC Sugary Drink Tax, health, Sugar
A new clinical trial shows promise in treating Sickle Cell disease.
Tags: Director, Dr. James Taylor, health, Howard University Center for Sickle Cell Disease, Sickle Cell, Sickle Cell Health Advocate, Teesha Samuels
How women deal with fat-shaming and extreme weight loss
Tags: Author, Caroline Jhingory, Dr. Rovenia Brock, health, Health & Wellness Coach, Joyce Rhine, Medical Monday, Nutritionist, Obesity, weight loss
Breast Cancer Experts: More Women Should Be Screened For BRCA Mutations
Tags: health, More Breast Cancer Screening Recommended
Part 1 of our two-part look at obesity and extreme weight loss.
Tags: Dr. Denia Tapscott, health, Internist and Weight Loss Specialist, Iran Waller, Medical Monday, Obesity, Sean G., weight loss
Police in Texas make an arrest in case of teen licking ice cream container at convenience store.
Tags: Blue Bell Ice Cream Licker Found, health
Tags: College of Nursing and Allied Health Sciences with Howard University, cook outs, Department of Nutritional Sciences, Dr. Katherine Manuel-Assistant Professor & Dietetics Program Director, Food, fresh, health, outdoor festivities, summer meals
What is happiness? What does it mean to you?
Tags: Dr. Paulette Hubbert, health, Joseph Williams, Wellness Wednesday
Sister4Fitness wants you to be fit and healthy. Join them for their family, and fun filled 5K Run/Walk
Tags: Bobby Gailes, Fitness, health, sisters4fitness 5k walk, Taking it to the Streets, whur fm
Flood Watch Active For Central MD. Baby Cough Syrup Recalled Over Contamination Risk. Study: Piping Hot Tea Doubles Risk Of Cancer.
Tags: Baby Cough syrup Recalled, health, Hot Tea Cancer Risk, Maryland Flood Watch
Trial Underway For Former Cop Accused Of Shooting Unarmed Black Teen. Federal Appeals Court To Hear Arguments In Trump Emoluments Suit. Too Many Antibiotics For Older Americans.
Tags: Antibiotics, Antwon Rose, emoluments clause, health, Michael Rosfeld, Trump Hotel
Dental health tips for very young children. What you need to know as a parent.
Tags: Dentist, Dr. LaToya Barham, health, Pediatric Dental Health
The American Heart Association said Thursday that more than 121 million adults had cardiovascular disease in 2016. Taking out those with only high blood pressure leaves 24 million, or 9 percent of adults, who have other forms of disease such as heart failure or clogged arteries.
Tags: blood vessel disease, health, heart disease, Heart Health, Nearly Half Of US Adults Have Heart Or Blood Vessel Disease