In the United States, we know that long-standing systemic health and social inequities increase the likelihood of poor outcomes or death for members of racial and ethnic minority groups. For example, Black
Colorectal Cancer – Your genes matter March is Colon Cancer Awareness Month, and Dr Kendra Outler wants to remind you that your genes matter in the fight against the disease.
What is IBD? Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) describes two conditions that cause gastrointestinal (GI) tract inflammation: Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis. Crohn’s disease can involve any part of the GI
Dr Kendra Outler recently spoke with Morgan State University registered dietician Chinasa Ekweariri, RD, LDN.
Over the course of the discussion, Dr Outler and Ekweariri covered the dietician’s career
Healthline, a leading online medical and wellness website, recently interviewed Dr K about the survival rate for stage 4 ovarian cancer.
In the United States, ovarian cancer is the 5th leading
Over the 2022 Christmas holidays, Dr K convened a group to discuss grief over the holidays, as many families get together and face missing seats at the table. While death
Dr K, herself no stranger to loss and grief, created a discussion titled: Unpacking grief during the holidays - reflections and solutions. She dedicated the hour-long show to the three
The founder of Uzima Health & Wellness, Dr Kendra Outler, has been interviewed by Health Professional Radio. In the interview, she discusses health disparities she has seen and experienced in
The enormous issue of racial health equity can only be addressed through partnership and collaboration. By connecting you with Black communities, Uzima can be your key strategic partner in the mission to create equitable and fair health outcomes for all. Contact us to start the conversation.