Display # 
Title Author
Assemblymember Mike Gipson Offers New Hope for Sickle Cell Disease in California – A Patient’s Story Written by Lance Jasper Jones
L.A. County’s Vision of Justice Requires Major Mental Health Investments Written by Elizabeth Marcellino
Avis and Mark Ridley-Thomas Life Learning Center Opens; New South L.A. facility will provide clinical support and health services for transition-age youth Written by Cora Jackson-Fossett
Counseling Center in Watts Provides Accessible, Affordable Therapy for All Written by Lauren Floyd
Support Program for Mentally Ill Inmates Expands in L.A. County Written by Jennifer Bihm
Black Women’s Health Imperative Announces Strategic Partnership Written by Stacy M. Brown
County Breaks Ground on New MLK Child and Family Wellbeing Center Written by Jennifer Bihm
SF State Study: Computers Can Be a Real Pain in the Neck Written by The Oakland Post
My Best Friend Died of AIDS Written by Jasmyne A. Cannick
January is Birth Defects Prevention Month: Are Local Health Departments Ready? Q&A with NACCHO Board Member Sandra Elizabeth Ford, MD, MPH Director of the DeKalb County Board of Health Written by LAWT News Service
L.A. County DA Launches Mental Health Division Written by City News Service
Governor Names African American Women as California’s First Surgeon General Written by California Black Media
Covered California Reaches Out to Churches to Encourage Enrollment in Health Insurance Written by LAWT News Service
Jan. 15 is the Final Deadline to Get Coverage With Financial Assistance Through Covered California Written by LAWT News Service
AARP Poll: Majority of Caregivers with Family Suffering from Dementia, Spend Less Time with Friends Written by Stacy M. Brown
USC Study: More Americans Report Less Sleep Written by City News Service
L.A. County Nurses Strike Averted Written by City News Service
Eli Lilly Announces Lilly Diabetes Solutions Center to Assist People With Insulin Affordability Written by NNPA Newswire
Safety Should Be Key Ingredient in Thanksgiving Cooking; Prevention begins with unattended cooking, turkey fryers and electrical hazards in combating the worst cooking fire day of the year. Written by Paul Netter
L.A. County Nurses Threaten Strike Written by Elizabeth Marcellino
USC Announces Major Study into Prostate Cancer Among Black Men Written by City News Service
USC Study Finds Connection Between ADHD, Digital Media Usage Among Teens Written by City News Service
NASA Satellite Data Reveal Reduction in Southland Air Pollution Written by City News Service
Statewide Campaign Will Raise Awareness About Dangers of Flavored Tobacco Products Written by Manny Otiko
10th Annual Pink Pump Affair Written by Jeff Williams
Healthcare workers in Watts poised to strike if contract negotiations fail Written by Charlene Muhammad
For Many Black Washingtonians, Gentrification Threatens Housing and Health Written by Barrington M. Salmon
LASD Anticipates Hiring 160 New Positions to Improve Jail Healthcare Written by City News Service
New Family Medicine Residency at CDU Is Expected to Increase Number of Primary Care Physicians Practicing in Underserved Areas of L.A. Written by LAWT News Service
MLKCH Receives $15 Million to Bring Doctors to South L.A.; The combined grants from the Weingart Foundation and Ballmer Group support innovative efforts to fill the area’s physician shortage. Written by LAWT News Service