Aired on September 16, 2023

Breastaurant Tour


Equal Hope is excited to announce its 2023 inaugural “Breastaurant Tour” where together we can reimagine health awareness. This unique tour blends culinary excellence with purposeful giving, inviting our community to indulge their senses while championing a

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Aired on September 9, 2023

Prostate Cancer & Black Men


Prostate cancer takes a harsher toll on Black men than other men, including other men of color. In fact, Black men are 50% more likely to develop prostate cancer in their lifetime and twice as likely to

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Aired on September 5, 2023

Alzheimer’s Awareness


Current reports state that Alzheimer’s is the sixth leading cause of death for all Americans and the fourth leading cause of death for older Black people. Additionally, older Black people are two to three times

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Aired on February 25, 2023

The Latest Infectious Diseases


As the COVID-19 pandemic and resultant social restrictions have declined in much of the world, other viruses have been making headlines. Flu, RSV, monkeypox and norovirus are among a number of illnesses to have spiked in

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Aired on February 11, 2023

Primary Care & Prevention


Generally speaking, people in good health rarely need medications or have the need to see a specialist. So, it’s probably natural that most give little thought to selecting a primary care provider. At some point,

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Aired on February 4, 2023

Intersection of Bias and Racism in Medicine and Medical Education


Racism is recognized as an important social determinant of health and key driver of health inequities. A comprehensive examination of systemic, intersecting disparities in professional medical culture begins with the examination of exclusion and discrimination in

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Aired on January 28, 2023

HIV & STI Prevention


More than 20 million new sexually transmitted infections (STIs) get diagnosed in the United States every year. In addition, more than 1.2 million people in the United States are living with HIV (human immunodeficiency virus). Partaking in risky

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Aired on January 21, 2023

COVID-19 & Brain Function


COVID-19 may be primarily a respiratory illness, but its reach extends far beyond the lungs. Since the pandemic’s onset, it has become clear to neurologists that the pervasive disease can impact even our most precious

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Aired on January 14, 2023

Breast Health & Imaging


Breast cancer is the most common cancer diagnosed among women, as well as the leading cause of cancer deaths among women worldwide. Although mortality rates have decreased nationwide, there is an existing breast cancer mortality disparity

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Aired on January 7, 2023

Health Literacy & Women’s Health


Health literacy is essential to making appropriate health decisions by understanding and interpreting their health information. Promoting health literacy, especially among Black communities should be a key part of health equity strategies. As part of developing

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Aired on December 31, 2022

Substance Abuse Recovery Management


Alcohol and other drug abuse is increasingly recognized as a significant problem for women. According to a 2015 national survey, 5.7% of women have a substance use disorder in the United States. Like other demographic population subgroups, women

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Aired on December 17, 2022

Impact of Race & Ethnicity on Surgical Outcomes


Concerns regarding access to care and the disparate treatment of patients because of their race or ethnicity have existed within the medical community since the start of the twentieth century. A number of well-known studies have

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