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The founder of MyUzima, Dr Kendra Outler, has been featured in the online publication, Cancer Wellness.  The article, titled: When it comes to health, communication is key, deals with the

For a next generation to be inspired to join the ranks of military medical personnel, it's easier if representation is not just present, but visible.  Without online visibility, the Black

To wade means to get through water with effort. In this report, Dr. Kendra Outler, MD of  Uzima Health and Wellness spoke to the new Executive Director of the Mississippi

In July 2021, LACE UP teamed up with I5 Elite to give their youth track club a wonderful send off to the Junior Olympics in Jacksonville, Florida. Packed with Adidas

On Saturday 26 June 2021, LACE UP and MyUzima held their second event, distributing 500 toothbrushes to children and adults at the AAU Track & Field Championship at the

LACE UP Launched its first Healthy Teeth and Gums Initiative with Beacon House on May 15, 2021. LACE UP provides athletes the opportunity to not only focus on their sport

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has drawn attention to mental health in a recent tweet, saying minorities are less likely to receive diagnosis and treatment

In June 2022, LACE UP supported the 2022 AAU Region 3 Track and Field event. MyUzima received support from Starbucks, Wegmans, NDA-HEALTH NOW, the Rodham Institute, and the local

In order to understand better the risk factors and causes of pregnancy-related deaths in the United States, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention runs a national data tracking service

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