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The Family Fun Block Party is back! Colorado Black Health Collaborative and be well Health and Wellness Invite Residents to Attend the 2017 Family Fun Block Party to promote healthy living programs within the African American Community DENVER (August 1, 2017) – The Family Fun Block Party is back!  This time with more family and…

Family, this article is packed with healthy berries, tasty recipes for the summer. If you try one out, be sure to drop us a line and tell us how it tasted. We want to feature the most popular ones in upcoming articles. Blueberries are in season during the summer, so you’ll easily find them at…

Men this will be the last Men’s Health Month article.  We were going to post an article about prostate cancer screening, but after review we realized that were many new developments in the arena of prostate cancer screening so we will postpone that article for a couple of months. This last article discusses screening for…

A few months ago, I was watching Netflix for Dave Chappelle’s iconic return.  Around the 17-minute mark during, “Deep in the Heart of Texas,” he mentions the number one killer of black people.  He paused, so I was thinking he was going to say police or maybe other black people, but he didn’t.  I was…

Growing up, I witnessed how a handful of men hardly sought care when sick. The ignorance of symptoms of sickness and denial of it was incredible to observe.  I was curious to know why these men would only seek medical care when incredibly sick and not at the immediate onset of it. This curiosity led…

Men if you have cooking duty, here is a recipe that you can handle and that the family, friends, or spouse will love. Try out the recipe provided by the Kaiser Permanente Food for Health website. This stir fry is a one-pot meal that can be enjoyed with whatever vegetables you have on hand. Keep it…

Many say that mental health is one of those taboo topics in the Black community. There is a real stigma when it comes to Black men talking about their mental health.  People do not want to be labeled as “crazy.”  This stigma and fear of being judged prevents Black/African American men from talking about or…

You may have seen that TV ad showing an older male with a young lady who looks super satisfied and happy with her man.  Their relationship seems perfect and the man looks proud of how well he takes good care of his “girl”.  Then you are told the reason for this seemingly perfect life is…

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