Professor April Vallerand has been appointed to the first Wayne State University College of Nursing Alumni Endowed Professorship. Vallerand is a nationally recognized expert in both pharmacology and pain research, whose work has received backing from the National Institutes of Health.
A new study reports that if you add up all the deaths due to suicide, accidents, and disease — homicide is still number one.
Bright House Networks announced the addition of TV One, the real-life and entertainment network targeting African American adults, to its digital tier on Channel 147 and in HD on channel 347.
What is the state of black business in Michigan?
Black unemployment is falling in metropolitan Detroit, even as it remains well above the rate for white workers, according to a new national report.
A Wayne State University School of Medicine study has found that an overwhelming majority of African-American patients with hypertension also suffered hidden heart disease caused by high blood pressure even though they displayed no symptoms.
A U.S. district judge says a just released report shows most blacks either don’t respond to mailed questionnaires or don’t show-up when summoned.
February has many holidays but it was chosen as Black History month to honor the birth of two men who greatly changed the course of history for African Americans …
Wednesday marks the unveiling of the Fifth Anniversary Edition of “Who’s Who in Black Detroit,” a publication that shines the spotlight on the achievements of African-Americans in the Detroit area.
A Wayne State University School of Medicine physician researcher has received a $1.9 million National Institutes of Health grant to study the role of vitamin D in halting and reducing subclinical cardiac damage in African-Americans suffering from high blood pressure.