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Elected black Republicans not expected to be a plus for the community
Friday, January 9, 2015
WASHINGTON – Black Republicans made history during the midterm elections in November by winning in Texas, South Carolina and Texas. But political analysts wonder if the victories will have any long-term impact on the future of the GOP in the black community. Traditionally, black candidates running for elected offices not only need a large black
Sickle cell trait related to kidney disease
Friday, January 9, 2015
African-Americans who carry the sickle cell gene face up to a twofold risk increase for chronic kidney disease, according to the Journal of the American Medical Association. The outlined findings in a published paper of the journal include data from nearly 16,000 people. The sickle cell gene carries potential for the hereditary disease sickle cell anemia,
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