Urban One Announces New 'Represent' Campaign with Premiere Initiative Focused On Men's Health

Urban One announces their new ‘REPRESENT.’ campaign, a company-wide quarterly initiative that offers opportunities for Urban One’s Divisions and radio markets to work collectively in support of various causes in the markets and communities they serve.

‘Día Mundial de la Tapa’ Launches Olé, San Antonio at Pearl

Pearl, in collaboration with Turespaña, the official tourism board of Spain and their culinary destination team Tasting Spain Association, along with BBVA Spanish banking group, are excited to announce Día Mundial de la Tapaor ‘World Tapas Day’ coming to the ...

He's dying of cancer. Now, he's the first patient to go to trial to argue Roundup made him sick

On bad days, Dewayne Johnson is too crippled to speak. Lesions often cover as much as 80% of his body. Doctors have said they didn't expect him to live to see this day. But Monday marks a milestone: Johnson, 46, ...

HPV vaccine leads to steep drop in cancer-causing infections in England

The introduction of HPV vaccines has led to a sharp reduction in the number of young women with the cancer-causing infection in England, new data from Public Health England finds.

Heart Health: A Challenge to Fathers Everywhere

Nearly 44 percent of African American men and 48 percent of African American women have some form of cardiovascular disease, which includes Heart Valve Disease (HVD). Yet many of these men and women are not aware they have this condition.

Positive Influence

Growing up I loved playing basketball and football. On any given day you could find my brothers and I playing any one of those sports with the neighborhood kids. As we got older and started playing organized sports we noticed ...

Celebrate Father’s Day with Hennessy V.S.O.P Privilège

Father’s Day only comes around once a year, and trust us, dear old dad probably has enough ties in his closet. So what better way to celebrate the occasion than with Hennessy’s new V.S.O.P. Privilège’s 200th Anniversary Bottle?

Give Your Dad the Best Steak for Father’s Day

Dads typically love steak, so this Father’s Day, go ahead and shower him with some love straight off the grill. You can make the day even more memorable by sharing the grilling experience together.

Five Father’s Day Gifts for Dad

If you’re stuck on what to get your Dad like the rest of us, have no fear; we’ll make it easy for you. First, you need to identify what type of guy your Dad is. Does he follow all the ...

Fourteen ADA-Approved Foods for Type 2 Diabetes Prevention

The typical American diet leaves a lot to be desired. It's heavy on calories, saturated fats, added sugars, fatty meats, baked goods, and highly processed grains. This type of diet is disastrous to your health and is even linked to ...

Exemptions in childhood vaccines rise in parts of the US with implications for disease risk

As more and more parents across the country choose nonmedical exemptions from vaccinations for their children, doctors and researchers at Baylor College of Medicine and Texas Children’s Hospital say the risk of vaccine preventable disease outbreaks is increasing as well.

Medicine for her diabetes kept her alive -- and it was killing her, too

Emmy Reeves shows off the My Little Pony mural she painted in her sister's room. She points out other displays of her work around the family home: a portrait of a cat, a painting of a hillside overlooking Lake Superior, ...

L.A. man may be 1st African-American to receive facial transplant

A Los Angeles man who suffered extensive burns in a crash told KTLA on Friday that he was raising money to fund a procedure that would make him the first African-American to receive a facial transplant.

Women, Alcohol Abuse And 4 Coping Skills For Recovery

A recent study that showed even moderate alcohol consumption can take years off your life not only attracted a lot of media attention, it also caused other studies about drinking to seem even more worrisome, especially with their findings about ...

MD Anderson Therapeutics Discovery team identifies and advances a drug that targets metabolic vulnerability and impairs cancer cell growth and survival

A drug discovered and advanced by The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center’s Institute for Applied Cancer Science (IACS) and the Center for Co-Clinical Trials (CCCT) inhibits a vital metabolic process required for cancer cells’ growth and survival.