Hospice patients rarely get a visit from a medical professional within the last two days of life, a new study reported.
The life epectancy gap between white and black Americans has narrowed to a four-year difference, a new study reported.
Experiencing surges in testosterone does not increase one's chances of winning, a new study reported.
African Americans, Hispanics, and those who receive care at a community hospital are all significantly less likely than other patients to receive treatment for early stage non-small cell lung cancer, suggests a new study.
A new study reported that obesity and depression often go hand in hand.
A new study reported that black diabetic patients are three times more likely to lose a limb in comparison to other patients.
Singles prefer dating others of the same ethnicity, according to new research.
A new study found that health disparities exist due to residential location more so than racial background.
Non-Hispanic white patients who underwent a gastric bypass procedure lost a bit more weight over three-year period than Hispanic or black patients, according to a new study.
A new study reported that as the economy dips, people view African American faces as "blacker."
A new study found that racial discrimination can lead to mental health woes for black teenagers.
Feeling positive about race can decrease symptoms of depression and emotional and behavioral problems, according to a new study.
In 2009, 7,391 children, adolescents and young adults were hospitalized due to guns, a study reported.
Educated blacks may be remembered as "whiter," a new study suggests.
The researchers reported that even though the infant mortality rates for both white and black babies have declined over the years, black babies are still dying at doubled the rate.