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4 Healthy Eating Tips for National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month
Childhood obesity has more than doubled in the past 30...
Study: Inuit Omega-3 Genetic Adaptation Could Change Health Story
For years the American Heart Association has suggested...
Treaty Tribes in Washington Hail EPA’s Proposed Fish Consumption Rate and Water Quality Rules
It has been 20 years since Oregon revised its fish...
Tragedy Leads to Collaborative Efforts Toward Suicide Prevention
The Navajo Nation is facing a health emergency after a...
Boarding Schools: A Black Hole of Native American History
Zigmund Hollow Horn sat inside the deanery of a small...
Intergenerational Grief on Cheyenne River Indian Reservation
Candace Ducheneaux, a Lakota Indian with gray-streaked hair...
Health & Wellness
Navajo President Shelly Presents $300,000 Check to Detox Facility
On Monday, Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly presented a $300,000 check to Na’Nizhoozhi Center Inc...
Obesity Declining Among Preschool-Aged Kids in Poor Families
Obesity among 2- to 4-year-olds from poor families has experienced a modest yet crucial dip that researchers say may indicate the obesity epidemic has reached its peak among this g...
Justice Scalia Calls Indian Adoption Case his Toughest Decision
Justice Antonin Scalia told Charlie Rose in a TV interview that an Indian adoption case in 1989 has been the most challenging decision he has made in his more than two decades serv...
Chief Theresa Spence Resolute in Hunger Strike, as Her Body Weakens
David P. Ball
As Attawapiskat First Nation chief Theresa Spence enters her 13th day of a hunger strike protest on December 24—surviving on only medicine tea and fish broth in a tipi near Parliam...
Aboriginal Homeschool Program Helps Parents Become Child’s First Teacher
In 1969, Dr. Avima D...
Native Youth Sexual Health Network Requests Support to Advance Culturally Safe Sexuality Education
The Native Youth Sexual Health Network (NYSHN) works with Indigenous communities across the United States and Canada to advocate for healthy sexuality, cultural competency, youth e...
Notes From a Single Mom: Christmas Blues? A Precious Baby Teaches Otherwise
When you get divorced and your children are split in two, so are your holidays with them...
Survivors of 2005 Red Lake School Shooting Offer Solace in Newtown
Gale Courey Toensing
A delegation of former students who survived the 2005 school shootings on the Red Lake Indian Reservation in Minnesota traveled to Newtown, Connecticut, to offer comfort and compas...
Self-Defense Instructor Heads Up 'Empower Wyoming'
After moving to Wyoming from Los Angeles three years ago, Francine Russell figured her days of teaching self-defense were pretty much through...
Idle No More: Canadian Union of Postal Workers Honors Attawapiskat Chief’s Strong Stand Against the Country's 'Moral Bankruptcy'
Nine days ago, when Idle No More rallies swept across Canada, Attawapiskat First Nation Chief Theresa Spence announced a hunger strike...
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