Students Experience Space on Earth
Written by Christine Sabathia 19 July 2007
Astronaut Bernard Harris fulfilled his childhood dream when he walked in space in 1995, becoming the first African American to accomplish such a feat. This summer, he is giving minority children the ... read more >>
Diabetes Drug Side Effect Reports Triple
Written by Associated Press 19 July 2007
AP - In the month after a surprising analysis revealed possible heart risks from the blockbuster diabetes drug Avandia, reports of side effects to federal regulators tripled.The sudden spike is a sign ... read more >>
Health Interview Survey Reveals California's State of Health Insurance
Written by City News Service 19 July 2007
CNS - Fewer Californians are receiving health insurance through their employers at a time when more children are being enrolled in public insurance programs, according to a UCLA study released July 11.Twenty ... read more >>
A Serious and Dangerous Shortage of Health Care Workers
Written by Les Kimber 19 July 2007
Not long ago, I visited an elderly friend who had been hospitalized following a stroke. I watched his medical team come and go. There were a large number of them, starting with his doctors and nurses. ... read more >>
Schools to Re-Examine Racial Integration
Written by Nancy Zuckerbrod, Associated Press 05 July 2007
AP — What to do now? School officials around the country are asking that question following a Supreme Court decision rejecting racial integration plans in Seattle and Louisville, Ky. The 5-4 ruling ... read more >>
"WHY...Husbands Kill Their Wives..." Examines the Root Causes of Domestic Violence in America
Written by Sentinel Staff Writer 13 June 2007
O.J. Simpson, Scott Peterson, Robert Blake.... all accused of murdering the women they vowed to love, cherish and protect. What causes this apparent epidemic of violence among couples in today’s ... read more >>
Dad Struggles to be Parent Again
Written by Jennifer Bihm (Contributing Writer) 13 June 2007
Father’s Day won’t greet him with breakfast in bed, a horrendously colored tie, loud aftershave or a fake watch. Robert Brackeen is still struggling, he said, to take care of children he ... read more >>
FDA Set to OK Period Suppression Pill
Written by Linda A. Johnson 23 May 2007
Women looking for a simple way to avoid their menstrual period could soon have access the first birth control pill designed to let women suppress monthly bleeding indefinitely.The U.S. Food and Drug ... read more >>
Lambda Pi Zeta Chapter Holds Annual 'Finer Womanhood'
Written by Sentinel Staff Writer 17 May 2007
Lambda Pi Zeta Chapter (South Bay) of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc. recently hosted its 20th annual “Finer Womanhood” celebration. The gala event was held at The Grand of Long Beach, Calif.Zeta ... read more >>
Mother of the Year Honored
Written by Sentinel Staff Writer 04 May 2007
The Rose Breast Cancer Society and the Celebrity Centre International will present the 10th Annual Rose Variety Arts Show the first Sunday of May 6, on the historical grounds of the Celebrity Centre ... read more >>
Child Homicides, Suicides Increase
Written by Alice Walton (CNS) 25 April 2007
CNS--The number of youngsters in Los Angeles County killed by a family member increased slightly from 2004 to 2005, as did adolescent suicides and infant deaths, according to child-abuse recently released ... read more >>
Sign up today for the 'Gift of Life Program' set for April 21
Written by Sentinel Staff Writer 18 April 2007
Global Cardio Care’s founder Sara Soulati will hold a ‘Live Life’ seminar on Saturday, April 21, from 10 a.m. to noon in Inglewood. This health for peace seminar promises to provide EECP, ... read more >>
Ninety-Year-Old Abused by L.A. County Guardians, Daughter Alleges
Written by By Jennifer Bihm, Sentinel Staff Writer 05 April 2007
This year, January 31 was the last straw for Helen Henson Jr. That day her namesake- her 90-year-old mother Helen Henson Sr. was admitted to Little Company of Mary's emergency room in Torrance with ... read more >>
Mablean Ephriam Foundation Now Accepting Nominations For Fathers Day Awards and Scholarship
Written by Sentinel Staff Writer 04 April 2007
Los Angeles – A call for nominations is currently underway for The Mablean Ephriam Foundation’s Honoring Unsung Fathers (H.U.F.) Awards and Scholarship Brunch to be held on June 17, 2007. The ... read more >>
Road to Health Expo
Written by Sentinel Staff Writer 28 March 2007
Tavis Smiley is saving lives. His “Road to Health” Expo and Tour, which hits Los Angeles this weekend helping communities of color develop healthier lifestyles, has made a big difference in ... read more >>
Key to Good Health is All in Your Head
Written by ARA 22 March 2007
Although exercise routines tend to focus on improving areas below the neck, studies have shown that activities we do to shrink our waistlines can be influential--or even detrimental--to the health and ... read more >>
Internet Hazards That Could Harm Your Kids
Written by Sentinel Staff Writer 15 March 2007
According to a recent Pew Internet and American Life Project Research Study, 81 percent of parents believe teen-agers aren't careful when volunteering personal information online and 79 percent of ... read more >>
Crenshaw Students Participate in Rights of Passage Exercise
Written by Francis Taylor, Sentinel Staff Writer 15 March 2007
Queen Aminah, owner of Queen Aminah Fashions on Market Street in Downtown Inglewood, recently conducted a Rights of Passage Exercise for students at Crenshaw High School as a part of her annual series ... read more >>

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