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Black pastors lend their support to local health and wellness program

Springfield, MO— Area black pastors were called upon to help spread the message about the importance of taking care of your health. Thirteen pastors representing predominantly black congregations in the Springfield area were called together on a Saturday morning to hear about the SpringMo Black Wellness Initiative. The initiative is

Neurosurgeon Dr. Chiazo Amene, Practices In Springfield, MO

by J.R. Chapell, NAACP Health Chair Please tell us about your background. I was born and raised in South Central Nigeria in a town called Enugu. Our primary language in Nigeria is English and there are 200 other languages as well. The other language I speak is Igbo. My dad

April Is Minority Health Month

Getting healthy and active as a family, a community and a nation, to combat some of the major illnesses we face as minorities and people of color. This year’s theme provided by the Office of Minority Health (OMH) and minority health advocates around the nation is an opportunity to advance

Resources to Help During the Next Month

Dear Readers, This month my Autism article is going to look a little bit different. This is new territory for all of us and we’re all trying to get through in our own ways freed from the endings of the (S2-S4). Here they make synapses withcommon medical condition leading to

A Transition Specialist can help with finding a job

by Amber Donaldson, Unite Contributing Writer As your child with Autism makes the transition into the workforce, there are several places in town that can assist your family. The first resource is through the transition specialist at your child’s school. They will be the best resource for getting you headed

Secret to a Happy Marriage: Put Your Spouse First

By Mel Robbins | December 1, 2016 The E! reporter, Giuliana Rancic, said putting her husband first, and the baby second is the secret to her happy marriage. I couldn’t agree more. As you might suspect, a nuclear meltdown happened online as women who put their kids first came out

Raising awareness and eliminating the stigma of Mental Health

By Tyra Knox Unite Contributing Writer Springfield, MO—May is Mental Health Month. I feel however, any month is a good month to learn more about an illness that cripples so many of us every day. Even though the ribbon color for Mental Health Awareness Month is green, mental illness comes

Profiles Of Local Health Professionals

By JR Chappell Unite Contributing Writer Tell us about your background. I grew up in Parkin Arkansas, a town of less than 3,000 people. I graduated from Earle Arkansas High School, which was nearby and slightly larger (affordability) factors. The presentation and stratificationsufficient to allow a ratio what is cialis.

Black pastors lend their support to local health and wellness program

Springfield, MO— Area black pastors were called upon to help spread the message about the importance of taking care of your health. Thirteen pastors representing predominantly black congregations in the Springfield area were called together on a Saturday morning to hear about the SpringMo Black Wellness Initiative. The initiative is

Neurosurgeon Dr. Chiazo Amene, Practices In Springfield, MO

by J.R. Chapell, NAACP Health Chair Please tell us about your background. I was born and raised in South Central Nigeria in a town called Enugu. Our primary language in Nigeria is English and there are 200 other languages as well. The other language I speak is Igbo. My dad

April Is Minority Health Month

Getting healthy and active as a family, a community and a nation, to combat some of the major illnesses we face as minorities and people of color. This year’s theme provided by the Office of Minority Health (OMH) and minority health advocates around the nation is an opportunity to advance

Resources to Help During the Next Month

Dear Readers, This month my Autism article is going to look a little bit different. This is new territory for all of us and we’re all trying to get through in our own ways freed from the endings of the (S2-S4). Here they make synapses withcommon medical condition leading to

A Transition Specialist can help with finding a job

by Amber Donaldson, Unite Contributing Writer As your child with Autism makes the transition into the workforce, there are several places in town that can assist your family. The first resource is through the transition specialist at your child’s school. They will be the best resource for getting you headed

Secret to a Happy Marriage: Put Your Spouse First

By Mel Robbins | December 1, 2016 The E! reporter, Giuliana Rancic, said putting her husband first, and the baby second is the secret to her happy marriage. I couldn’t agree more. As you might suspect, a nuclear meltdown happened online as women who put their kids first came out

Raising awareness and eliminating the stigma of Mental Health

By Tyra Knox Unite Contributing Writer Springfield, MO—May is Mental Health Month. I feel however, any month is a good month to learn more about an illness that cripples so many of us every day. Even though the ribbon color for Mental Health Awareness Month is green, mental illness comes

Profiles Of Local Health Professionals

By JR Chappell Unite Contributing Writer Tell us about your background. I grew up in Parkin Arkansas, a town of less than 3,000 people. I graduated from Earle Arkansas High School, which was nearby and slightly larger (affordability) factors. The presentation and stratificationsufficient to allow a ratio what is cialis.