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9 Desert Plants You Can Turn Into Cookies, Candy and Margaritas
Sweet red fruit rests on the arm of a prickly Saguaro....
Is Shoddy Cancer Care for Natives a Treaty Violation?
A recent Newsweek feature begins with a well-known Indian...
Native Cooking: Popsicles, Popcorn With Peanuts, and Other Summer Favorites
I’ve grown up a little since leaning on the handlebars of...
Relying on Each Other: Yurok Tribe Responds to Youth Suicide Crisis
On the back deck of the Yurok Tribe’s Weitchpec Office,...
Healthy Habits for Hiking During Heat of Arizona Summer
It was 9 a.m. and the temperature had already reached 100...
‘Where you can legally kill an Indian’: Winnebago Treasurer on IHS Hospitals
People are dying. That’s the message tribal leaders took to...
Health & Wellness
Roadblock Keeps Whiteclay Quiet on New Year’s Eve
Tribal police searched each and every vehicle returning from Whiteclay, Nebraska on Monday night, as a long line of drivers headed for the Pine Ridge Reservation waited patiently...
Sanford Health Hiring Two Indigenous Healers
Sanford Health , the country's largest rural, nonprofit hospital system with locations in 126 communities in seven states, is trying to bridge the cultural divide between Indigenou...
Suicide and Bullied Survivors Now Thrive in the Bear Program
Tyrell Pond, 12, Lakota, had been bullied from first through fourth grade, but when he joined the Be Excited About Reading (Bear) Program in Pine Ridge, South Dakota everything tur...
CDC Advises Parents: Antibiotics Don't Help a Cold or the Flu
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has news for parents this cold and flu season: antibiotics don’t work for a cold or the flu...
Idle No More: Native Youth Sexual Health Network Applauds Courage of Ontario First Nations Woman Who Spoke Out About Sexual Violence
The Native Youth Sexual Health Network released the following statement in support of the Idle No More movement: The Native Youth Sexual Health Network (NYSHN) would first like to ...
Native Soup for the Soul
It is often said the mark of a true chef, a natural in the kitchen, is a person who can create a delicious dish without following a recipe step-by-step...
New Year’s Resolutions of a Single Mom
I know what you’re thinking. Oh, sure ... New Year’s “resolutions,” wink, wink. But this time, I mean business. Forget diets, running marathons and landing that raise...
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...
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