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Tennesseans Struggle to Get and Stay Healthy

By Frank Daniels III Despite having some of the best health care companies in world, the people who live and work in Tennessee are not...

Trump Administration Doubles Down on AG Slatery’s Lawsuit to Attack Tennesseans’ Health Care

The Trump Administration doubled down on Tennessee Attorney General Herbert Slatery’s anti-Affordable Care Act lawsuit, announcing their refusal to defend the law of the...

What is a Dental Abscess?

A dental abscess is a buildup of pus that forms inside a tooth or gums. An abscess is characterized by a facial swelling in...

Nashville General Hospital Hosts Cancer Survivorship Celebration

NASHVILLE, TN — On Sunday, June 3, Nashville General Hospital hosted its 12th Annual Dr. Robert E. Hardy Cancer Center Survivorship Celebration. Established in...

What’s Behind Clenching and Grinding Teeth?

Teeth grinding, medically known as “Bruxism” and can start very early in life.  Most people probably grind and clench their teeth from time to...

What is a Dry Socket?

Alveolar Osteitis better known as “Dry Socket” is a painful condition that sometimes occurs after you have a permanent adult tooth extracted.  It is...

DST Partners with National Health Groups Encouraging African Americans to be...

The Delta Research and Educational Foundation (DREF), in collaboration with Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. (DST) and the National Council of Negro Women (NCNW),...

What Does a Dead Tooth Really Mean?

By Dr. Jacqueline Butler Mitchell Tooth Talk A dead tooth means the tooth no longer has a blood supply flowing to it.  All teeth have three...

Healthcare Evangelist Nichols Signs With U.S. Health Advisors

NASHVILLE, TN — Benita S. Nichols has been appointment to US Health Advisors, headquartered in Nashville, TN. According to Ms. Nichols, a self-proclaimed, Healthcare Evangelist,...

Addressing How Racial Inequities Impact Dementia

Due to multiple historical and socioeconomic factors, Black Americans are twice as likely as white Americans to develop late-onset Alzheimer’s disease, yet significantly less...