Nursing Homes for People of Color:
Still Segregated, Still Unequal

Tweet If Martin Luther King, Jr. was alive today, he would be 86. If he was like many elderly black Americans, he might well end up in a nursing home ranked lower in quality and with less well-trained nursing staff than a nursing home that many white Americans reside in. The facility would likely house

Health Disparities and Behavior Change:
A Plea to Stop the Attack Ads

Tweet The NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene takes on a poor, white, single-mom, smoker in a harsh black-and-white tv spot. An off-camera announcer essentially tells her to quit smoking or risk leaving her children without a parent. That’s the latest spot, viewable in the New York/NJ/Connecticut market. The NYC Department of Health and

LGBT Healthcare: Out of the Closet in New York

Tweet Credit: To Treat Me, You Have to Know Who I am, National LGBT Cancer Network, NY LGBT healthcare took a giant step forwards in New York City last week, with the announcement that New York City’s Health and Hospitals Corporation (HHC), AKA the City’s public hospital system of 11 hospitals, community health centers, and