Day: June 5, 2021

Adele C. Johnson Fund Launched to Support the BHM

June 5, 2021

By Maria-Paula The family of Adele C. Johnson has set up a fund supporting untold stories to help the Black History Museum and Cultural Center of Virginia. In respect to the tradition of the Community Foundation pioneer and backing, the mission of the gallery is to save stories that motivate. The organization will take charge […]

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Colorectal Cancer: Screening Age Lowered to 45

June 5, 2021

By Maria-Paula The latest recommendations from the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force is a significant change in the scope of screening for colorectal cancer. The task force recommends initiating the regular screening for average risk age at 45 from 50 years as this would possibly save more lives through early detection. They also suggest that […]

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With 17 Va. House incumbents being challenged, Tuesday could be a wild primary night

June 5, 2021

By Ned Oliver (VM) – Del. Ibraheem Samirah, D-Fairfax, pitches himself as one of the most progressive members of the House of Delegates, but in this year’s primary, he’s fending off a challenge from a fellow progressive who says the district could do better. “He has seemed to be an incompetent and ineffective legislator, and […]

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