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Why are we leaving Black women’s health behind?

It’s not enough to acknowledge obesity for what it is, a silent killer upending Black women’s lives.

Central Clinic Behavioral Health celebrates 100 years of impact

Central Clinic Behavioral Health (CCBH) is celebrating 100 years of award-winning behavioral health services.

Task Force Recommends Breast Cancer Screening Should Begin at Age 40

According to a new draft recommendation statement, the US Preventive Services Task Force proposes that women with an average risk for…

OP-ED: The Obesity Crisis Is Not a Hopeless Fight for Black America

Whether we accept it or not, obesity continues to be a complex, chronic disease that kills thousands of Black Americans…

Federal Judge Says Health Insurance Companies Don’t Have to Cover Preventive Care Services

In a big blow to health insurance in the U.S., a federal judge has ruled that insurers no longer have…

Photo Gallery: 2023 Health Expo by Closing the Health Gap

The 19th Annual Health Expo took place this past Saturday at Washington Park from 10 am to 5pm.

UC Health partners with the Ambrose H. Clement Health Center to provide breastfeeding support group

Starting Thursday, April 20, the UC Health Baby Café is offering an additional location for Cincinnati mothers.

What Now? President Biden signs END to COVID-19 emergency

In January of 2023 President Joseph Biden announced that his administration was planning to end the COVID-19 public health emergency…

Council on Aging enrolling eligible older adults in Senior Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program

The Council on Aging (COA) is helping low‐income older adults get access to fresh fruits and vegetables through local farmers’…

Fundraiser supports the fight against child abuse and bullying

The Council on Child Abuse (COCA) invites the community to attend annual fundraiser Reach for the Stars on April 28…