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Zoe Saldana revealed she's been dealing with Hashimoto's thyroiditis, an autoimmune disorder which causes the immune system to attack the thyroid.

The virus travels through Aedes mosquitos, which are common in all nations in the Western Hemisphere with the exception of Canada and Chile.

Guinea is the country in which the outbreak of the disease began—likely from fruit bats that came from the small village of Meliandou.

Marion ‘Suge’ Knight, former CEO of Death Row Records, is under fire again as attention is redirected towards a HIV/AIDS joke he made over a decade ago about N.W.A…

Until more information becomes available, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is urging Ebola survivors to abstain from all forms of sex or use…

South Indiana is under major pressure to create a medical safety blanket after it was revealed Gov. Mike Pence would declare a health emergency over the…

  Go Red for Women! Join the Movement with the American Heart Association. Ladies, we need to take care of our heart like we take care of our hair. Did you know that heart disease kills 1 in 3 women each year? This adds up to approximately one woman every minute. What are the signs […]

Hibernating sounds great right about now when most regions are freezing cold. But it could be a health benefit, too. Listen to the audio player…

RICHMOND, Va. (RADIO ONE KISS):  Get your bikes ready for the annual Unity Ride sponsored by the Sickle Cell Association of Richmond – OSCAR. The ride is Saturday, May 3, staging will take place in the parking lot of the Petersburg Health Department, 301 Halifax Street, at 9am, the first bike will roll out at […]

Grammy-winning R&B singer Toni Braxton was reportedly hospitalized this weekend after falling ill with “minor health issues” related to Lupus. Braxton, 45, confirmed that she was admitted to a Los Angeles hospital via Twitter easing the concern from devoted fans by tweeting, “But no worries! I will be out any day now.”     Braxton […]

Show your support for the American Heart Association and wear red on National Wear Red Day, Friday, February 3rd. Also, the Go Red For Women Luncheon scheduled for February 17th, highlights the importance of women and cardiovascular disease. For details visit GoRedForWomen.org.