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The Department of Global Communications (DGC) Civil Society Association Committee met on 13 May 2022 to consider new applications from civil society organizations (CSOs) for association with DGC. The Committee approved Monitor My Health Inc for association with the Department,
The head of a Bridgeport nonprofit is aiming to promote good health through the $160,000 federal grant he received. Dr. Dana Wade’s mission is to help prevent diabetes and cardiovascular disease.
Minority-Owned Local Non-Profit Is Now Offering A CDC-Recognized Lifestyle Change Program Free Of Charge To Seniors.
Culinary Medicine and the Student National Medical Association SNMA are proud to present this collaborative February issue of Vitals in the Kitchen in honor of Black History Month. We hope you enjoy it!
A Bridgeport grandmother is sharing her story of diabetes to help spread prevention awareness. November is Diabetes Awareness Month and great grandmother Marjorie Mcallister..
Icolin Sewell, 61, of Bridgeport, says she’s in a good place now but has spent decades battling a weight problem. She says she has been chasing after the ideal of her younger self, back in Jamaica.
Sen. Richard Blumenthal honored a Bridgeport doctor on Sunday for fighting COVID-19 by promoting good health. He calls Dr. Dana Wade “one of the great heroes of America’s public health community.