Posts tagged: Health - Diverse
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Stress and Overtraining Can Derail Your Workouts

by | April 19, 2018 Overtraining is rooted in stress and can sabotage your workouts. To avoid overtraining and get Read more

Beyonce Gives $100,000 to Four Historically Black Schools

by Associated Press | April 16, 2018
NEW YORK — Beyonce paid tribute to historically Black colleges during her groundbreaking Coac [...] Read more

Columbia Offers Scholarships to Syrians, Despite Visa Ban

by Associated Press | April 15, 2018
NEW YORK — Columbia University is moving ahead with the second round of a scholarship program [...] Read more

Assessing the Relationship Between Gun Violence and Health Equity

by Diana Lee | March 8, 2018
Gun violence has become a crucial national problem that negatively affects health equity in the [...] Read more

Obscure Report Documents Racial Health Inequalities

by | February 15, 2018
In my previous post, I shared the story of my discovery of the now-defunct National Negro Healt [...] Read more

Black History Month: Opportune Time for Health Emphasis

by | January 30, 2018
In celebration of Black History Month, we remember Booker T. Washington as the founder of a his [...] Read more

New Blog Explores Health, Wellness Education

by | January 18, 2018
Welcome to the inaugural Diverse blog of Tanya Leake, an engineer-turned-"healthpreneur" based [...] Read more

Alabama A&M’s First Capital Campaign Hugely Successful

by | November 5, 2017
By the time Alabama A&M University concluded its first-ever capital campaign, the university ha [...] Read more

Notre Dame Ends Free Contraceptive Coverage for Employees

by Associated Press | October 31, 2017
SOUTH BEND, Ind. — The University of Notre Dame is ending no-cost contraceptive coverage for [...] Read more

University of Hawaii Closing State’s Only Public Hyperbaric Treatment Center

by Associated Press |
KAIULA-KONA, Hawaii — Hawaii’s only means of treatment for divers with decompression sickne [...] Read more

‘Yes’ Team Wins Debate Over Paying College Athletes

by Lois Elfman | October 25, 2017
Two sides with decidedly different opinions on whether college athletes should be paid particip [...] Read more

Experts: Colleges Have Role in Battling Opioid Epidemic

by | October 24, 2017
Experts say combatting this public health crisis will take concerted initiatives at the federal [...] Read more

West Virginia University Researcher Lessons Learned in Iceland

by Associated Press | October 23, 2017
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — A West Virginia University researcher is working in two counties to apply [...] Read more

Police to Arrest 10 People in LSU Fraternity Pledge’s Death

by Michael Knuzelman, Associated Press | October 11, 2017
BATON ROUGE, La. — Ten people will be arrested on hazing charges in the death of a Louisiana [...] Read more

University of Vermont Enshrines Healthy Living in Bricks and Mortar

by Lisa Rathke, Associated Press | October 10, 2017
BURLINGTON, Vt. — Pledges by college students to eschew drugs and alcohol are old hat. Now th [...] Read more
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