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Take Heart: Three Important Steps for Heart Health and Why Minority Women are at Greatest Risk

Written by Annabelle Santos Volgman, MD FACC FAHA. Posted in Health & Fitness

For years we’ve been focused on improving heart health overall. For men and women. Yet cardiovascular disease is still the number one cause of death among women here in the U.S. and women are still at high risk - minority women even more so. Racial and ethnic minority populations confront more barriers to a heart disease diagnosis and care, receive lower quality treatment, and experience worse health outcomes than their white counterparts.

Racism, Sexism and Intersectionality

Written by April 10, 2008 • Jessie Daniels in Racism Review. Posted in Home & Community

We have Oodles of Shih-Poodles for adoption!

Written by Asheville Humane. Posted in Home & Community

Come meet the first 37 available Shih-Poos who were seized by AHS and Asheville Animal Services as part of a cruelty investigation.
After a month of legal battles and much-needed TLC including baths, grooming, behavior enrichment and medical treatments, these resilient Shih-Poos are finally ready to find their forever homes!  We will meet with potential adopters on a first-come, first-served basis.


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