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How family-building benefits can support employee well-being, retention Family-building benefits can go a long way in supporting employers’ attraction and retention efforts, says David Krieger, regional vice-president of benefits consulting at BFL Canada…. By: Sadie Janes February 21, 2024 February 20, 2024

The extreme and enduring differences in murder rates between Black and white women in the United States have been highlighted in a new analysis published in The Lancet medical journal. The new report, experts and activists note, serves as an eye-popping reminder of Malcolm X’s well-known observations on the struggles Black women in America endure. […]

Maryland ranks third among the most politically engaged states for African Americans according to a new study. The study done by personal finance website WalletHub looks at political engagement among African Americans across the country and assigns a weighted score for each state. WalletHub compared the states across five metrics to determine level of political […]

In a groundbreaking study published in JAMA Network Open, researchers from Rutgers Health have identified a disturbing link between gun violence exposure and suicidal behavior among Black adults. This comprehensive research sheds light on the profound impact interpersonal gun violence has on the mental health of Black communities, revealing a critical area of concern for […]

University Hospitals University Hospitals (UH) has been selected by the Global Parkinson’s Genetics Program (GP2) as one of four new study sites for the Black and African American Connections to Parkinson’s Disease (BLAAC PD) study, according to a news release. The Black and African American Connections to Parkinson’s Disease is an initiative of Global Parkinson’s […]

As a result, symptoms of “excessive screen time,” or more than seven hours of screen time a day, are costing the U.S. $73 billion per year, the report said. The figure was determined by analyzing the direct financial costs incurred by health systems, the symptoms’ impact on productivity at work, and their perceived impact on […]

There’s been a jump in the number of African-American children born in the United States between 2000-2022, according to a study from the Pew Center. — AP FILE PHOTO by Sherry StonePhiladelphia Tribune Staff Writer The Black population in the United States has grown by 11 million people in roughly two decades, according to the […]

There’s been a jump in the number of African-American children born in the United States between 2000-2022, according to a study from the Pew Center. — AP FILE PHOTO by Sherry StonePhiladelphia Tribune Staff Writer The Black population in the United States has grown by 11 million people in roughly two decades, according to the […]

U.S. Black population sees 32% increase, Pew study shows  The Philadelphia Tribune Source link

3 least racist countries for Black students  Study International News Source link


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