The 20/20 special about the Pine Ridge Reservation, "Children of the Plains" (watch the full episode
You may think spice can be found somewhere in your kitchen, but if you hear young folks talking about it, they probably aren't discussing cinnamon.
Where is the outcry, outrage and outpouring for various tribes: with the highest levels of diabetes in the world; where a baby
In 1898, just eight years after the Wounded Knee Massacre, the U.S. Congress passed a bill that created a new federal facility: The Hiawatha Asylum for Insane Indians.
Among the privileged few early “outsider” observers of Native American birth is anthropologist Matilda Coxe Stevenson who published on Pueblo cosmogony and “
We know that acts of genocide were perpetrated on our people because we refused to be separated from our lands.
For a decade, heroin use has been declining across the United States, and particularly in Indian Country.
Recent postings at Indian Country Today Media Network have highlighted roadblocks that stand in the way of many Native Americans receiving quality oral health care.
Most people in the United States are unaware of what an important role plants play in the field of medicine. Plants are the original source material for nearly 40% of all pharmaceutical remedies in the United States.
Ordinarily I would not use those two words in the same sentence. A little over ten years ago I awoke in my pickup along a dirt road that served as a common driveway to my home and neighboring homes.
A year ago, I read a Washington Post article (“Two Worlds: Government Contractors, Alaska Natives”) about how Alaska Nat
It begins with three chilling words, "You have cancer." And then, your life forever changes.