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Taking control of post-prostate cancer issues
Written by Sentinel News Service 16 July 2009
Prostate cancer affects more than 185,000 men in the United States each year, according to the American Cancer Society. About one in six men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer during their lifetime, ... read more >>
5 tips to keep your home safe in an emergency
Written by Sentinel News Service 16 July 2009
Over the years, Americans have endured many different types of tragedies and crises -- from Hurricane Katrina and Sept. 11 to countless tornadoes, earthquakes and other natural disasters. During these ... read more >>
One Man’s Laughing Mission to Help Lift Spirits
Written by Janet Alston Jackson 16 July 2009
Sean Davis (top center) bringing on the laughs as the sole African American Clown featured in the “the Heavies” act of the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus. AFRICAN-AMERICAN CLOWN ... read more >>
What You Need to Know for a F.R.E.S.H. Balanced Life
Written by Sentinel News Service 16 July 2009
Mikki WadeWHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW FOR A F.R.E.S.H. BALANCED LIFE Do you believe a person set up for failure can be successful? Mikki Wade does... Born in Central Africa, Mikki's childhood was not an easy ... read more >>
Project Fatherhood: Supporting Men To Become Great Parents
Written by Janet Alston Jackson 25 June 2009
They greet one another with smiles, hugs, and brotherly salutes. There is a camaraderie and a strong sense of pride among the men who attended The Fatherhood Solution Conference just hours before Father's ... read more >>
Consumers advised not to ingest "Seven Color Crystal Bolls"
Written by Sentinel News Service 25 June 2009
The Los Angeles County Health Officer is warning consumers about possible health hazards associated with "Seven Color Crystal Bolls", a product sold at many discount stores. This product contains multi-colored ... read more >>
Black Tie Gala Honors Leaders in African-American Community
Written by Sentinel News Service 25 June 2009
Guests and celebrities pay tribute to honorees and join March of Dimes fight against prematurityMarch of Dimes will host the 11th Annual Healthy Babies, Healthy Futures gala, sponsored by Farmers Insurance, ... read more >>
Easy Ways to Tap Olive Oil's Goodness
Written by Sentinel News Service 18 June 2009
Pure, all-natural foods have been gaining in popularity. From choosing whole-wheat pastas over enriched pasta to brown rice over white rice, Americans are paying more attention to what they eat. And when ... read more >>
Nutrition Vital for Good Eyesight
Written by Sentinel News Service 18 June 2009
Caring for eyes includes paying attention to nutrition, with recent studies showing a strong correlation between good nutrition and the prevention of age-related eye diseases. Approximately 43 million ... read more >>
Soul Cups to Host Free Cupcake Tasting
Written by Sentinel News Service 18 June 2009
Say Cheese Cafe in Silverlake, Saturday, June 27On Saturday, June 27th, Soul Cups Cupcake and Catering owner and founder and Echo Park resident, Celeste Alleyne will showcase her cupcakes made with down ... read more >>
Strategies for Keeping the Peace in Your Relationship
Written by Sentinel News Service 04 June 2009
In the revolutionary new book, How God Changes Your Brain, Andrew Newberg, M.D. and Mark Robert Waldman share in an easy-to-read format, their latest research evidence how spiritual practices better your ... read more >>
How God Changes Your Brain
Written by Janet Alston Jackson (Contributing Writer) 04 June 2009
Listening to Mark Robert Waldman speak is mesmerizing. There is something about his voice that is alluring and calming. You're instantly transported back to childhood hearing your favorite bed-time story ... read more >>
Mom Demands Quality Affordable Health Care
Written by Sentinel News Service 14 May 2009
As part of her 17 state, 8,500 mile, cross-country tour on a customized purple schoolbus, mother and healthcare advocate Kathie McClure visited Children's Bureau's Magnolia Place Family Center in Los Angeles ... read more >>
Women of Influence Step up in Support of Autism
Written by Sentinel News Service 07 May 2009
Holly Robinson-PeeteWomen of Influence from Business, Entertainment, Politics and Non-profits Come Together for Special Needs Network's "Pink Pump Affair" High Tea, Couture Fashion Show and Awards Gala ... read more >>
6th Annual 5K Walk for Women Cancer Survivors
Written by Sentinel News Service 07 May 2009
Healing Odyssey announces its 6th Annual Empowerment Walk. The Empowerment Walk will be held at the Huntington Beach Central Park on Saturday, May 16, from 8a.m. until noon. It is one of our largest annual ... read more >>
The 9th Annual KJLH Women’s Health Forum
Written by Sentinel News Service 01 May 2009
The women of KJLH FM (102.3 FM) invite the public to it’s 9th annual free KJLH Women’s Health Forum, Saturday, May 2, 2009, at the Los Angeles Convention Center. “Many women tell ... read more >>
Blacks Suffer from the Greatest Hate Crime in Human History: HIV/AIDS
Written by Tony R. Wafford (Contributing Writer) 30 April 2009
By I was sitting in my family room early one morning like always, having my morning cup of coffee and reading the paper, when I ran across a story talking about a recent hate crime. As I read the story, ... read more >>
Health, Fitness to Play a Key Role at BBX
Written by Sentinel News Service 30 April 2009
Health education, stress relief and exercise will play a prominent role at the Black Business Expo's 20th Reunion, May 1, 2 and 3 at the Los Angeles Convention Center. In addition to the exhibitors, food, ... read more >>
No Known Swine Flu Cases in Los Angeles Unified School District
Written by Sentinel News Service 30 April 2009
To reassure students, their parents and guardians as well as staff, Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) Ramon C. Cortines sent out on Monday memos, parent letters and telephone messages indicating ... read more >>
Ladera Heights Supports Sickle Cell
Written by Sentinel News Service 16 April 2009
Sickle Cell is no stranger among African Americans. Many of our youth and adults have been diagnosed with this painful disease.The Ladera Heights Chapter of Top Ladies of Distinction Inc. works hard to ... read more >>
A Dream Maker Changing Lives
Written by Janet Alston Jackson 16 April 2009
 The single shots are of Richard LawsonThe multiple people in the shot are (Left to right:) Michele Blair Martin, Ryan Jackson, Richard Lawson, Jorge Ortiz, Taylor Hathorne and Austin JayeApril is Alcohol ... read more >>
Dermatologist, Psychiatrist Launch Web Blog
Written by Super User 09 April 2009
Dermatologist, Psychiatrist Authors of "The Beauty Prescription" Launch Weblog California-based dermatologist Debra Luftman, MD, and Florida-based psychiatrist Eva Ritvo, MD, have launched a weblog based ... read more >>
'No Turning Back': Teens Abuse HIV Drugs
Written by JIM SCIUTTO (Special to the Sentinel) 09 April 2009
Teens in South Africa Smoke Anti-Retroviral Drug Efavirenz for Cheap High  A drug intended to treat HIV and AIDS is sweeping the townships of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. It is cheap and powerfully ... read more >>
Untangling the Mysteries of the Brain
Written by Sentinel News Service 19 March 2009
Scientists Tackle the Latest Frontier in Alzheimer's Disease Research By the year 2050, over 86 million people--or 21 percent of the total U.S. population--will be age 65 or older. Over that same ... read more >>
Colon Cancer Test Encouraged by American Cancer Society
Written by Sentinel News Service 12 March 2009
Prevention and Early Detection Can Save Lives. African Americans continue to have higher incidences and death rates than other populations   Despite overwhelming evidence that screening test ... read more >>



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