A silent disease is taking away the sight of millions of Americans. It’s called glaucoma and it can slowly reduce eyesight and may cause blindness.
Blog — Health
As we begin this new year, the NAACP finds ourselves back in the fight to support that which is now law: The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
As we commemorated World AIDS Day on December 1st HIV continues to be a relentless burden to the African American community.
Today, December 1, 2010, is World Aids Day, a day of remembrance, awareness, and reverence. Across the nation there are exciting events taking place to commemorate today.
The NAACP’s Health Department is requesting proposal from our units for mini grants (up to $1000 per 7 units) for World Aids Day on Dec 1, 2010.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services and the NAACP invite you to join us on Thursday, November 4, 2010, for a webinar session to learn about Medicare and the Affordable Care Act.
The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) invites you to participate in an informative webinar about ways in which you can help uninsured Americans gain better access to prescription medicines.
The NAACP’s Health Department and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) are partnering to offer a webinar.
The NAACP has partnered with America’s Great Outdoors initiative to tell President Obama what needs to be on his conservation and recreation agenda.
The NAACP is proud to announce that today is the six month anniversary of President Barack Obama’s passing of the Affordable Care Act.
The United States Conference on AIDS is the foremost forum on domestic HIV/AIDS issues.
Because of your support and hard work, today President Barack Obama issued the Presidential Proclamation, proclaiming September 2010 as National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month.
In recognition of September being deemed National Childhood Obesity Awareness month, I am currently in South Central Los Angeles at the University Southern California attending “Childhood Obesity: A Call to Action”.
The Harvard University Center for AIDS Research, The NAACP and national & local partners are pleased to present a symposium, November 19 -20, 2010, to examine the increasingly critical HIV/AIDS epidemic in Black America.
The NAACP is pleased to support the Obama Administration's development of a comprehensive HIV/AIDS strategy.