DAV (Disabled American Veterans) has built the first-ever online database designed specifically to help connect volunteers with local heroes
Event takes place at the Chapel Hill Country Club at 9:00 a.m. on Sunday, April 29th
Path to ending hunger in the U.S. is by improving job opportunities for low-income households
Organization will work alongside partners to overturn decision that threatens a full and accurate count of Latino community and nation
On Saturday, March 24, the "March For Our Lives" will take place on the streets of Washington, D.C. and across the country
An intimate look at one of the most important activists of our time
The Presidentâ€™s Cancer Panel identifies critical need to minimize financial toxicity and increase affordable access to effective cancer drugs.
Un juez de California fallĂł a favor del derecho legal de una esposa a terminar con el tratamiento para prolongar artificialmente la vida de su difunto esposo despuĂ©s de sufrir graves daĂ±os cerebrales que lo dejaron en un estado...
A California judge ruled in favor of a wifeâ€™s legal right to end treatment to artificially prolong her late husbandâ€™s life after he suffered severe brain damage that left him in a permanent vegetative state
Representatives from all 50 states in DC to speak on behalf of the 1.25 million Americans living with T1D
New information is available to the 9 million Americans who use more than 3 billion medical sharps, or needles, outside of healthcare facilities each year
There will be over 140,000 new diagnoses of colorectal cancer in 2018 in the United States
The National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK) is promoting the National Kidney Month theme, Preventing Kidney Disease: Healthy Women, Healthy Families.
According to the U.S. Census, African-Americans have a poverty rate of more than 22 percent
The latest documentary from Stanley Nelson explores the rich history of Americaâ€™s historically black colleges and universities
More than 635,000 people die of heart disease every year - that's 1 in every 4 deaths
57 percent of American adults have not received treatment
Flooding causes annual economic losses of about $15 billion per year in the U.S.
An intimate look at the debilitating effects of chronic fatigue syndrome
Bank foreclosures in Connecticut are up 5.7% compared to last year