Columbia University is presenting Hip Hop Stroke, a new plan for helping people recover from strokes, utilizing the power of music. The plan is to help children learn about strokes and the stroke recovery process, with music and other forms of entertainment serving as a guide.The head of the program is Dr. Olajide Williams, a doctor at Columbia who specializes in stroke research.
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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and the Balm in Gilead, an organization devoted to helping to improve the health of African Americans, is hosting a webinar with information about how breast cancer can affect the community, The webinar will specifically address how faith can be used to help those with breast cancer, and the American Cancer Soci
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