Find our the reason why at http://www.blackamericanhealth.net African Americans are more likely to be diagnosed with diabetes as compared to non-Hispanic whites. Furthermore, they are more at risk to acquire complications from diabetes, such as end-stage renal disease and lower extremity amputations. They are also more likely to have high blood pressure even though they have lower rate of having high cholesterol.
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We sometimes refer to diabetes as "sugah." The studies show that if you have diabetes, you are likely to have a stroke and you are very likely to have problems with your eyes. See more tips to live and stay healthy at http://www.ClosingTheGapInHealthCare.org
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Comments With Dr. James Haney Presents*African American Males and Obesity, with Dr. EKSanford, Professor of Sociology at Tennessee State University, talks about a recent study he conducted on the African American Male and the problems and challenges many of them faced dealing with obesity and many of the contributing illnesses that accompany neglect of their well being, Part 2. I need you to subscribe and support this channel. Send me a small donation to www.drjameshaney.com or write me at james haney, Post Office Box 0591, Mt. Juliet, Tn, 37121. I appreciate any help you can give, drjhaney
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Air Date: 7/7/13. Just ahead on American Black Journal, we're dedicating the entire show to an important topic in the African-American community: how to get healthy and stay fit. Last month, Whole Foods opened it's first store in Detroit. The company is reaching out to educate the community about healthy eating and good nutrition. Dr. Akua Woolbright joins Stephen at the desk. American Black Journal 4163
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African American males discuss how diabetes impacts their lives.
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Brian Dolsey, MD, ProMedica Physicians Cardiologist, talks about heart health and the risk factors in African Americans.
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This is another part of the lecture where the speaker (an engineer) discusses why the American Diabetes Association (ADA) fired him. Despite the engineer's success with improving the health of diabetics in the support group, doctors complained that they were losing money because people were buying less diabetic drugs. Note: African-Americans and other ethnic groups are manipulated by these groups via church health fairs and by asking them to do volunteer work. Racial profiling exists in many walks of life -- schools, work, police, doctors, hospitals, medical industry, shopping, etc. The best thing to do is to arm yourself with knowledge. Read "Why Black People Are Droppin' Like Flies" (Dying So Fast) http://www.shop.deathtodiabetes.com/product.sc?categoryId=2&productId=72
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Comments With Dr. James Haney Presents*African Americans, Stroke, and Diabetes, with Dr. MFaulkner, Professor of Internal Medicine at Meharry Medical College, talks about African Americans, stroke and diabetes, and the impact these diseases have on the African American population as well as the cost to the national health system, Part 1. I need you to subscribe and support this channel. Send me a donation at www.drjameshaney.com or mail me a few dollar to james haney, P.O. Box 591, Mt. Juliet, Tn. 37121. I appreciate any help you can give, drjhaney
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It is not only important to focus on maintaining African American Health but the health of all God's children which, is most vitally essential. In this presentation, we will take a moment to focus on the needs of African American people health care issues because we suffer from an extra disproportion connection to cardiovascular disease. THE 1998 NOBEL PRIZE IN NEDICINE for the discovery of "NITRIC OXIDE." Read what your Physician & Pharmacist will read on the benifits of Arginine improving your cardiovascular health. http://www.argi9solutions.com/deacongray/reference-home.html It is our goal to help you clearly understand the need to properly nourish the one organ that can make all the difference in your health. By learning how to properly nourish the endothelium, we can help African Americans positively affect the cardiovascular health issues of diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, erectile dysfunction, high cholesterol levels, heart attack and stroke. There are also two genetic polymorphisms or predispositions that severely affect African American Health that is seldom addressed. This presentation not only addresses them but also gives you a potential solution. Here's potential solution that is natural and life changing, a simple solution that can make a big difference in addressing African American Health issues. Got 21 minutes to learn about your cardiovascular health issues? Sit back and enjoy this powerful video presentation by Dan Hammer email@example.com and Rev. Meiam A.T. Coleman firstname.lastname@example.org. I will see you on the other side with more information on how to connect with improving your cardiovascular health. Deacon Gray http://www.argi9solutions.com/deacongray
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Hey everyone! So, I wanted to make a video on my thoughts and experiences as a black man on a 100% plant-based diet, and why I think black people going vegan is so important for our community! Sources: Diabetes up 1000% in Nigeria - https://www.thisdaylive.com/index.php/2017/10/20/addressing-diabetes-in-nigeria/ 50-67% of total African topsoil destroyed - https://www.forksoverknives.com/animal-agriculture-hunger-and-how-to-feed-a-growing-global-population-part-one-of-two/#gs.smSnr1c 4.7 million T2DM in Nigeria - http://bmjopen.bmj.com/content/7/5/e015424
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Comments With Dr. James Haney Presents*African Americans and Diabetes, with CGreene, an advocate for African American health talks about the impact of Diabetes on African Americans and what they can do to avoid all of the complications associated with the disease, Part 4. I need your support to continue this site. Send me a donation of $10.00 to my website www.drjameshaney.com or write me at james haney, P.O. Box 591, Mt. Juliet, Tn, 37121-0591. I appreciate any thing you can do, drjhaney
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NBA Hall-of-Famer is trying to guide anyone who will listen down the path of living a healthy lifestyle. The main goal of campaign is awareness about diabetes. He is baffled, when he learns people don’t go to their doctors regularly, particularly African-Americans... Read more news at http://thegrio.com/2011/11/11/walt-frazier-talks-nba-lockout-diabetes-diet/
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This video presentation will help you clearly understand the need to properly nourish the one tissue that can make all the difference in African American Health. By learning how to properly nourish the endothelium you can help African Americans positively affect the cardiovascular health issues of diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, erectile dysfunction, high cholesterol levels, and stroke. There are also two genetic polymorphisms or predispositions that severely affect African Americans. They are seldom addressed. This presentation not only addresses them but also gives you a potential solution. One that is natural and life changing. Click on the video to gain this valuable information.
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The numbers tell the tale - Americans are fat - and obesity is critical in the African American community. According to the Center for Disease Control, 80% of African American women are overweight or obese - 80%! Obesity leads to all kinds of health issues, from diabetes, to high blood pressure, to cardiac issues. The great news is that you can change your eating habits and control your weight, and we will show you how on the next Another View. Want to learn to cook soul food in a healthier way? Want to find out where to get fresh fruits and veggies without breaking your budget? Want to learn how to protect your heart and your health through proper nutrition?
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African-American men are at increased risk for prostate cancer. Learn more about the disease and how it affects African-American men from prostate cancer survivor Robert Ginyard, in an educational video presented by ZERO - The End of Prostate Cancer.
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Toni Colley Perry describes the condition of women with chronic health conditions. Diabetes is a chronic health condition impacting 4.9 million African Americans. Almost 19% have diagnosed or undiagnosed diabetes.. In Sacramento County, 15% of African American women have the disease. Get on line and take the survey we are fighting to preserve "Our Legacy of Hope" at www.diabeteshealthsurvery.com or you can contact Sharon Chandler at 916-736-3431
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Scientists Mike Adams breakdown The mass poisoning of black communities food & water in America, including misdiagnosis of Cancers and diabetes.
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This presentation will help you clearly understand the need to properly nourish the one organ that can make all the difference in African American Health. By learning how to properly nourish the endothelium you can help African Americans positively affect the cardiovascular health issues of diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, erectile dysfunction, high cholesterol levels, and stroke. There are also two genetic polymorphisms or predispositions that severely affect African American Health. They are seldom addressed. This presentation not only addresses them but also gives you a potential solution. One that is natural and life changing. This health presentation will provide you with the details! Click on the video to gain this valuable information. If you have any additional questions or would like to purchase ProArgi-9 Plus, then please contact Dan Hammer directly at 1-800-966-3012.
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Comments With Dr. James Haney Presents*African Americans and Diabetes, with CGreene, an health care administrator who talks about the impact of diabetes on African Americans and the annual cost to the national economy, Part 3, I need you to subscribe to this channel and send me a donation at www.drjameshaney.com or mail me a few dollars at james haney, P.O. Box 591, Mt. Juliet, Tn, 37121-0591. I appreciate any help you can give, drjhaney
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If you are African American and 20 years old or older, you are twice as likely as your white counterpart to have diabetes. And if you live in Western Tidewater or Portsmouth, your chance of dying from the disease is double the state average! Add obesity to the mix and no matter the ethnicity or race, your chances of developing diabetes are soaring - according to the Centers for Disease Control, by 2050 a full one third of our population will have the disease. Scary statistics - but you can live with diabetes if you have it, and take steps to avoid it if you don't.
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REFERENCES: Female Pattern Hair Loss and its Relationship to Permanent/Cicatricial Alopecia: A New Perspective – http://www.jidsponline.org/article/S0022-202X(15)52592-X/fulltext Dermatology Education Central Centrifugal Cicatricial Alopecia (CCCA) - http://skinofcolorsociety.org/dermatology-education/central-centrifugal-cicatricial-alopecia-ccca/ Skin problems associated with diabetes mellitus – http://www.dermnetnz.org/topics/skin-problems-associated-with-diabetes-mellitus/ Exercise effects on cardiac size and left ventricular diastolic function: relationships to changes in fitness, fatness, blood pressure and insulin resistance – https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1860691/ Effects of Regular Exercise on Blood Pressure and Left Ventricular Hypertrophy in African-American Men with Severe Hypertension – http://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJM199511303332204#t=article National Toxicology Program U.S Department of Health and Human Services – https://ntp.niehs.nih.gov/nnl/integumentary/skin/fibrosis/index.htm IF YOU LIKED THIS VIDEO YOU MAY FIND THESE VIDEOS HELPFUL: CROWN SECTION soreness, thinning & breakage CULPRITS & SOLUTIONS (part 1 of 2) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KTYeKUj-cVs Summertime natural hair dangers to look out for - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_SBhQVZIh8A&t=425s Greenhouse method -vs- Steamer -vs- Hooded Dryers How to restore thinning edges (Part 1/2) | NATURAL HAIR – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x3GQfbXE9MA&t=43s How to restore thinning edges (Part 2/2) | NATURAL HAIR – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xILQZSJTNxI&t=14s What does it mean to be "Tender Headed" ? NATURAL HAIR – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YivhOFaIWt8 How to use BRAIDS to help grow out your natural hair (Part 1 of 2) – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ua4GDT3DiuA How to use BRAIDS to help grow out your natural hair (Part 2 out of 2) – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H60XuTdC9Xs How to use Bobbi Pins Correctly | NATURAL HAIR – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Rogh0_MQ6U&t=147s The science of SEBUM and natural hair care – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5gb7mPM_J8E&t=153s The science of ANEMIA and natural hair loss – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zVD_hAlgnQc&t=229s Male & Female Pattern Natural Hair Loss – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T5qhxvN2MEo&t=70s Puffcuff – https://thepuffcuff.com/ (NOT SPONSORED, JUST HONEST) Take the Guess Work Out of Natural Hair Care. ~ Facts and, "Not So" Common Sense to Longer, Thicker, Healthier Hair. Find Green Beauty Products here - http://www.greenbeauty.com Follow me on Instagram - http://www.instagram.com/greenbeautychannel Follow me on Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/greenbeautytalk Like me on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/GreenBeautyPage
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3 Top Health Risks for Men | Top Health Risks | Depression and suicide | Heart health Diabetes If left untreated, diabetes can lead to nerve and kidney damage, heart disease and stroke, and even vision problems or blindness. Men with diabetes face a risk of lower testosterone levels and sexual impotence. This can lead to increased depression or anxiety. The American Diabetes Association (ADA) celebrates today’s “modern man” as someone who is more aware of his blood sugar health. The ADA recommends that men “get out, get active, and get informed.” The best way to control your diabetes is to eat healthy and exercise. If you have a family history of diabetes, it is important to see your doctor to have periodic screenings for diabetes. Depression and suicide Researchers at The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) estimate that at least 6 million men suffer from depressive disorders, including suicidal thoughts, annually. Some ways to combat depression include: getting regular exercise, even just going for routine walks around your neighborhood journaling or writing down your thoughts communicating openly with friends and family seeking professional help Heart health Heart disease comes in many forms. All of its forms can lead to serious, fatal complications if undetected. The American Heart Association states that more than one in three adult men have some form of cardiovascular disease. African-American men account for 100,000 more cardiovascular disease deaths than Caucasian men. Stroke targets more than 3 million men. High blood pressure is common in males under the age of 45, according to the American Heart Association. Routine checkups can help keep that heart beating. Your doctor can calculate your risk for cardiovascular disease based on several risk factors, including your cholesterol, blood pressure, and smoking habits. Plaese Subscribe to my channel for more videos. Like us on Facebook - https://facebook.com/amader.life.style.2016/?ref=page_internal http://www.healthline.com/health-slideshow/top-10-health-risks-for-men#2
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A new wave of nutritionists is advocating a low-carb diet as the best diet for tackling diabetes. Contrary to what the balanced diet that the ADA recommends, many experts are getting behind this new diet trend. In this Google+ Hangout, we’ll hear from experts on both sides of the matter and try to settle the score on which nutrition plan is best for a person with diabetes. Participants: *Constance Brown-Riggs* is an award winning registered dietitian, certified diabetes educator, and past spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. She is the author of The African American Guide To Living Well With Diabetes and Eating Soulfully and Healthfully with Diabetes. *Susan Weiner* is a registered dietitian-nutritionist, certified diabetes educator, and certified dietician/nutritionist with a private practice in New York. She is a published author and will serve as the AADE Diabetes Educator of the Year in 2015. As an ambassador for AADE, she will travel to AADE regional programs, the AADE annual meeting, and several AADE affiliate coordinating body functions to give presentations related to diabetes education. She will work with the AADE accreditation department to design a program that meets accreditation standards. A dual master’s degree in applied physiology and nutrition has afforded her the opportunity to practice as a nutritionist and exercise physiologist.
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As the Megyn Kelly TODAY series Healthy Living continues, Megyn welcomes Aaron Perry, a Wisconsin man who took control of his diabetes and came up with a way to help other African-American men by providing health education in a logical meeting ground – the local barbershop. » Subscribe to TODAY: http://on.today.com/SubscribeToTODAY » Watch the latest from TODAY: http://bit.ly/LatestTODAY About: TODAY brings you the latest headlines and expert tips on money, health and parenting. We wake up every morning to give you and your family all you need to start your day. If it matters to you, it matters to us. We are in the people business. Subscribe to our channel for exclusive TODAY archival footage & our original web series. Connect with TODAY Online! Visit TODAY's Website: http://on.today.com/ReadTODAY Find TODAY on Facebook: http://on.today.com/LikeTODAY Follow TODAY on Twitter: http://on.today.com/FollowTODAY Follow TODAY on Google+: http://on.today.com/PlusTODAY Follow TODAY on Instagram: http://on.today.com/InstaTODAY Follow TODAY on Pinterest: http://on.today.com/PinTODAY Aaron Perry: The Man Who Opened A Men’s Health Center In A Barbershop | Megyn Kelly TODAY
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There is a silent health crisis in America. It's a fact that on average, American men live sicker and die much younger than American women. The statistics for African-American and Latino males are much worse. They die younger and in great numbers of heart disease, stroke, cancer, diabetes and other preventable diseases. They experience symptoms of an enlarged prostate, impotence or erectile dysfunction, headaches, fatigue, addictions, and depression -- all of which can be symptoms of a serious health problem Research shows men are more likely to engage in unhealthy behavior; don't seek medical attention; are less likely to have health insurance; and more likely to work in dangerous occupations.
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This short documentary is being done as an assignment for my Multimedia course that I am taking at Adelphi University at the Manhattan campus. This doc is based on the rise of diabetes and obesity amongst African Americans and Latino's in New York City. Mount Sinai Hospital is stationed in the middle of the poorest neighborhoods in the uptown area to one of the richest zipcodes in downtown Manhattan. How do we as a community overcome our differences and defeat this disease together?
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Get more details at http://www.blackamericanhealth.net. Treating High Blood Pressure in African-Americans Treating High Blood Pressure in African-Americans is very important since hypertension is a major clinical and public health problem for them. It is because African Americans have high prevalence and premature onset of elevated blood pressure. Furthermore, the common occurrence of pressure-related target-organ injury and the high prevalence of risk-augmenting co-morbidities such as diabetes mellitus and chronic kidney disease in African Americans markedly increase the possibility of pressure-related morbidity and mortality in this group at any given BP level. These issues result in the long-term exposure of large proportions of African Americans to higher than optimal BP and disproportionate development of associated consequences. Recently, high blood pressure is being classified as a blood pressure more than 140/90 in people under 60, and greater than 150/90 in people over 60. To prevent high blood pressure, African Americans should be encouraged to make lifestyle changes, such as eating a healthier diet, quitting smoking and having more exercise. Treatment with medication is advised to lower blood pressure to less than 140/90 in people younger than 60, and less than 150/90 in people older than 60. Treating high blood pressure in African Americans involves lifestyle changes and possibly drug therapy. Diuretics are often recommended as the first line of therapy for most people who have high blood pressure. But, your doctor may start a medicine other than a diuretic as the first line of therapy if you have certain medical problems. Just for instance, ACE inhibitors are a common choice for a people with diabetes. If one drug doesn't work or is ineffective, additional medications or alternative medications might be suggested. When your blood pressure is more than 20/10 points higher than it should be, then your doctor might consider you having two drugs or placing you on a combination drug.
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The Center For African American Health is a community-based organization providing disease prevention and disease management programs to African Americans living in the metro Denver area. They partner with a variety of health-education and health-delivery organizations to develop and provide culturally appropriate disease prevention and management programs, like diabetes, cardiovascular disease, breast cancer, prostate cancer, and colon cancer programs to thousands of African Americans each year. Through this video they highlight participants in a diabetic self-management program and how their lives have dramatically changed.
Views: 617 Kaiser Permanente Thrive
The Delta Eta chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Incoroprated and the Gamma Upsilon chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated presents: The State of the African-American Male Week: Health Seminar
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An African-American political commentator says the brutalizing and terrorizing of blacks by US law enforcement officials is "as old as the [US] Constitution." "People need to understand that African-American people do not have human rights in this country," said Dr. Randy Short in a phone interview with Press TV on Saturday as he commented on the death of Eric Garner, a 43-year-old father of six, who died on Thursday after a New York police officer put him in a chokehold. In a video of the incident, a New York Police Department officer could be seen putting Garner -- who suffered from chronic asthma and diabetes -- into a tight, illegal chokehold. The African-American man tells the cops that he can't breathe before his body goes limp. The NYPD has a long history of killing unarmed African-Americans and the officers are rarely punished for their actions, according to an analysis by The Huffington Post. "The impunity of the police killing and murdering African-American people is as old as the Constitution," Dr. Short told Press TV. July 16 marked the 50th anniversary of the death of 15-year-old black student James Powell who was shot to death by a white police officer in Harlem. There are tens of other black individuals who were killed by white officers in New York City and according to City Councilman Jumaane D. Williams, "Garner joins a list that every male of more color in New York City knows." "Across the United States, blacks are terrorized and brutalized," said Dr. Short, stressing that "there's really no hope until people rise and demand their rights."
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EDU, Inc. conducted a Getting African-American / Latino Males Educated (G.A.M.E.) event with the Denver Nuggets on January 15, 2009. The G.A.M.E. initiative is one of the signature events provided by Providing College Access (PCA). PCA is a nonprofit organization started to increase the number of educational options and college enrollment rates among minority students.
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Black men in America have been placed into an unfair box through the use of statistics & stereotypes forged from years of mistreatment and indecencies perpetuated by society. Now hear their truths. Sources: Center for American Progress: http://ampr.gs/1HEzn9N Schott Foundation for Public Education: http://bit.ly/1KH1vaL The Washington Post: http://wapo.st/1VFOBUi Kare 11: http://kare11.tv/29mO9W3 Philando Castile Audio: http://bit.ly/29m0x9c Senior Seminar project created by: Michael Majors Adia Watts Levelot Jean
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Comments With Dr. James Haney Presents*Diabetes and Kidney Disease, with Dr. MFaulkner, Professor of Medicine @ Meharry Medical College, talks about the impact of diabetes and kidney disease on the African American and what must be done to control these health issues, Part 3, need you support and subscribe to this channel. Send me a donation at www.drjameshaney.com or mail me a few dollars to James Haney, P.O. Box 591, Mt. Juliet, Tennessee, 37121-0591. I appreciate any help you can give,drjhaney
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More than 1,000 Kaiser Permanente members found their #StrengthInNumbers at the organization’s first-ever Diabetes Wellness Day. Attendees met with physicians, diabetes educators and nurses to learn how to live healthier lives, lower their A1C levels, and even prevent the disease. Watch and share their amazing stories. For more information, go to http://www.kp.org.
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Former NBA All Star and Hall of Fame inductee Dominique Wilkins speaks to over 300 Black and Latino males as a part of the EDU, Inc. Getting African-American / Latino Males Educated (G.A.M.E.) Initiative. The G.A.M.E. event took place before the Atlanta Hawks versus the Orlando Magic game on Wednesday, March 24th. The G.A.M.E. mission is to reduce the drop out rates among Black and Latino males and to encourage them to go on to college.
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For more information about Diabetes: http://www.medicinenet.com/diabetes_quiz/quiz.htm https://donations.diabetes.org/site/SPageServer?pagename=Monthly_Imagine_Without_Diabetes&s_src=monthlyimagine&s_subsrc=redcpcg_ADA_Exact&cr=dc&q=&gclid=COiQvfzNmbwCFUjNOgodeB4ACQ&gclsrc=aw.ds&mpch=ads Video taken with GoPro Hero3 Black Plus and GoPro Hero 2 Settings were 1080p/30fps Pro Tune -On Edited on Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 at 29.97fps. No software stablization was used in post. Disclaimer ~ I DO NOT own any of the Music Rights, I am not selling or trying to make money on the music contained in this video. Music by The XX - Intro http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vdc7fxNaQ10
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Comments With Dr. James Haney Presents*African American Males and Obesity, with Dr. EKSanford, Professor of Sociology at Tennessee State University, talks about a recent study he conducted on the African American Male and the problems and challenges many of them faced dealing with obesity and many of the contributing illnesses that accompany neglect of their well being, Part 1. I need you to subscribe and support this channel. Send me a small donation to www.drjameshaney.com or write me at james haney, Post Office Box 0591, Mt. Juliet, Tn, 37121. I appreciate any help you can give, drjhaney
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This Comedy is a must watch for every African, American, Asian, European and all human. Its so so so Funny. Emanuella is something else Subscribe to Mark Angel Comedy Official YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/MarkAngelComedy Enjoy! #MarkAngel #MarkAngelComedy #Emanuella #DenilsonIgwe #NigerianComedy #IllBeatYou #BeatYou
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