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How knowing the roots of your family health history could change health outcomes for future generations

By Mylika Scatliffe, AFRO Women’s Health Writer, mscatliffe@afro.com October is National Family History Month. Gathering family together for activities like creating family trees and hearing unique family history and lore […] The post How knowing the roots of your family health history could change health outcomes for future generations appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers

Long covid plagues 1 in 20 people more than six months after infection – The Washington Post

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Silk Sonic Won’t Submit an Evening With for Grammy Nom – Vulture

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US consumer prices rise sharply despite Federal Reserve rate increases – Financial Times

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