Month: April 2016

Breast Cancer – Early Detection is the Best Protection

  What is breast cancer? Breast cancer occurs when the cells in your breasts become abnormal and grow out of control to form tumors. It is the most common cancer among women and the second leading cause of cancer death […]

Accelerating Health Equity for the Nation – A Reflection on Minority Health

  This year, Health and Human Services Office of Minority Health celebrates its 30th year anniversary and launched the theme, “Accelerating Health Equity for the Nation” to observe National Minority Health Month. What does this mean for the Asian American […]

Celebrating National Volunteer Week

  It’s National Volunteer Appreciation Week!  And no one appreciates volunteers more than me. From a very early age, my mother taught me the value of being a volunteer.  As a child, I would accompany my mother to the Buddhist […]

How to Manage Smoking Cravings

  There is no denying that tobacco urges are powerful. In fact, cravings are the hardest part of quitting smoking for many people. Try to remember that cravings come and go and only last a few minutes, regardless of whether […]