Davis spoke about expanding the scope of black women's images as an extension of a presentation detailing a new Essence magazine survey.
ESSAY - New research shows that black men with distinctively black names, or the names of famous men, live longer than those with more standard names of European origin...
(AP) - An analysis of NFL injury data shows that players with concussions missed an average of 16 days last season, up from only four days in 2005...
According to a recent study published in the National Communication Association’s journal Communication Education black students fear they’ll lose their cultural identity while attending predominately white institutions (PWI).
theGRIO REPORT - Over 25 percent of all black households lacking access to enough food to live a healthy lifestyle...
A study released on Tuesday has found that 86 percent of African-Americans are overwhelmingly satisfied with their lives.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Despite growing awareness of hate crimes, the share of those crimes reported to police has fallen in recent years as more victims of violent attacks express doubt that police can or will help.
The study found that “racial socialization”—teaching kids about their culture and involving them in activities that promote racial pride and connection—helps to offset the discrimination and racial prejudices children face by the outside world.
New findings published online by the Journal of the American Medical Association suggest that being slightly overweight may be advantageous to your health. In addition, being very overweight -- but not obese -- poses no additional health threat compared to being a normal weight.
According to U.S. News & World Report’s HealthDay, when it comes to losing fat and weight in general, aerobics exercise might be more beneficial to you than most other forms of exercise–including resistance training.