by Jamilah King on August 17 2010, 6:36PM
Hospital officials deemed the mother unfit because she spoke an indigenous language.
by Kai Wright on August 15 2010, 11:50AM
Commenter Gordo chimes in with a smart idea from Minneapolis: Mini-markets
by Juell Stewart on August 13 2010, 3:30PM
We’re glad Michelle Obama’s got our back, but here’s what some folks are doing on their own—and what you can do too.
by Michelle Chen on August 13 2010, 9:00AM
Urban Institute study shows years of trauma may leave families with wounds that don’t heal.
by Michelle Chen on August 10 2010, 1:27PM
The latest research suggests an array of social and environmental factors may be causing girls bodies to develop prematurely, especially girls of color.
by Kai Wright on August 2 2010, 12:43AM
The First Lady plugs the policy-meat on the bones of her childhood obesity campaign.
by Michelle Chen on July 22 2010, 2:25PM
Exploring community wellness as a collective whole, we see a grim prognosis emerging from the social systems surrounding Black and Latino men and boys.
by Michelle Chen on July 20 2010, 11:28AM
The bill isn’t the comprehensive answer, but it does reflect a broader perspective on the link between children’s health and what we put on their plates.
by Kai Wright on July 19 2010, 11:21AM
But neither HIV nor the poverty to which it’s tied is evenly distributed between races.
by Jorge Rivas on July 16 2010, 1:21PM
Gay and AIDS activists continue calling for The View to give its audience real information.
by Yvonne Yen Liu on July 16 2010, 11:08AM
Why you should care about “Medical Loss Ratio.” No, really.
by Jorge Rivas on July 13 2010, 11:07AM
Gay and AIDS advocates are demanding The View correct Hughley’s inaccurate assertions about “down low” men and HIV among Black women.
by Naima Ramos-Chapman on June 30 2010, 11:48AM
Michelle Obama will ask for help on her obesity campaign at the NAACP’s gathering this summer.
by Michelle Chen on June 21 2010, 11:58AM
This year, maternal health advocates got the heartening news that the death rate of women in childbirth was declining worldwide, while the rate of child survival was improving ahead of earlier projections. But while the epidemic of maternal and child…