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  Family, a picture is worth a thousand words. Please look at the picture that helps explain why physical distancing is key in slowing the spread.  

COVID-19, a novel virus, is still alive and wreaking havoc!  Cases continue to mount across the nation and here in Colorado.  The Guardian provides a great interactive map that is updated frequently, as it needs to be based on the rapidly changing numbers.  The first article released by Colorado Black Health Collaborative (CBHC) on March…

COVID-19, the Coronavirus is still moving throughout the United States (U.S.)  New York has been hit the hardest, but every state has cases.  As of March 18th, 2020, Colorado has 216 cases and 2 deaths, Denver and Eagle counties have the most cases, 43 and 39 respectively.  We still need you to be vigilant to…

  Colorado Black Health Collaborative takes our role of being a resource information HUB seriously.  In these trying times we are keeping our ears peeled to get information on available resources.  Included in this notice are links to resources related to Coronavirus (COVID-19) affecting Blacks/African Americans, education, and business.  We will provide periodic updates on…

COVID-19 concerns have risen dramatically over the past few weeks.  Our nation has been whipped into a frenzy!  Lines wrapped around stores to buy toilet paper, masks, gloves, cleaning products, and basic necessities, just in case.  Stores have not been able to keep up with the demands.  Community members and the media remark about the…

    Dr.  Daniel Hale Williams, III Surgeon       February is both Black History Month and Heart Month.  It also marks eight years for the Colorado Black Health Collaborative’s Barbershop/Salon Health Outreach Program (BBSHOP).  This Program was started in February 2012 and is a collaborative effort with organizations like the American Heart Association…

“If you know whence you came there is really no limit to where you can go.”  James Baldwin The University of Colorado School of Medicine was launched in 1883.   The new medical school, despite the sentiments about co-ed medical education at the time, did offer medical school admission to “all persons of either sex.”  There…

Picture is from unsplash @veganliftz   People might think that detox should be done only when something is wrong.  I have wondered why this is a popular opinion, and it surprises me that we often believe that we have to wait until something is wrong before we decide to fix it. Here’s my little sermon…

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