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A SEAT AT THE TABLE

“Stress” On My Chest

  • Aired: 07/23/2017
  • 25:49
  • Rating: NR
Heart disease is the number one killer of women, and black women are twice as likely to die from it. Black women also suffer from obesity, diabetes and high blood pressure at alarming rates. Dr. Elizabeth Ofili from the Morehouse School of Medicine helps the ladies break it all down.
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Black women top the list for many deadly diseases; stress is the common denominator.
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