Editor’s Note: On Sunday March 8, International Women’s Day...
Editor’s Note: On Sunday March 8, International Women’s Day...
Rachel Sayet Dried Cranberries
Though times have changed, some foods have not changed all...
In Navajo stories, the Twin Heroes Naayééʼ Neizghání and...
Indigenous Views
“Hickeys and Cleavage” are the first topics covered in a...
Walking the Healing Path, Inc. (WTHP) was founded over 11...
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Health & Wellness

Mark Fogarty
11/30/12
Amuyich. Potlatch. Yawa’. There are as many American Indian words for giving, or generosity of spirit, or the necessity of acting on your beliefs, as there are Indian languages...
Bill Graves
11/29/12
This story originally ran in The Oregonian and is being reprinted here with their kind permission. It was produced with the assistance of the Dennis A...
Bill Graves
11/29/12
In a North Portland health clinic on a dreary Saturday, Michael Teeple does his part in the war against the diabetes epidemic rocking Indian country...
Brian Daffron
11/29/12
Type 2 Diabetes is one of the greatest health risks in the Native American community...
Wilhelm Murg
11/28/12
The Cherokee Nation Diabetes Prevention Program (CNDPP), based in Tahlequah, Oklahoma, has serviced more than 10,000 people with diabetes since its inception in 2004...
Brenda Austin
11/27/12
The Tohono O’odham Nation is determined to eradicate diabetes through education and prevention...
ICTMN Staff
11/26/12
Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire and Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center (DHMC) have partnered with the Indian Health Service to promote health and develop leaders in Ind...
ICTMN Staff
11/26/12
When Kelly Concho-Hayes , Navajo and Acoma, speaks to American Indians about preventing and managing type 2 diabetes, she emphasizes her heritage and talks about her family, includ...
ICTMN Staff
11/25/12
Warning: This is a story about a remarkable young lady, who might just change how you think about life...

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