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'Those Drunk Indians': What Indigenous Women Face Daily in Canada and Beyond
Editor’s Note: Last month a jury acquitted a man accused of...
Rape PTSD Equal To Effects of War
For many women, rape is a crime where the after-effects of...
Orofacial Clefts More Common in American Indian Births
No family is ever truly prepared to have their obstetrician...
A Junk Food Tax in a Food Desert: Navajo Nation Tries to Curb Unhealthy Snacking
Be prepared to pay a little bit extra for that bag of Hot...
Food or Marijuana Production: Which Has a Better Return for Tribes?
Tribal Stewardship of Plant and Food Sovereignty was the...
April is Autism Awareness Month—Know the Signs
The Choctaw Nation is leading the way in autism education,...
Health & Wellness
Elouise Cobell Recovering from Cancer Surgery
Elouise Cobell Elouise Cobell, a member of the Blackfeet Nation and the lead plaintiff in the class-action lawsuit Cobell v. Salazar , is recovering from cancer surgery...
Boarding School Issues Tackled
A who’s who of boarding school scholars was convened in the university town of Boulder, Colorado to plan future steps for Native people affected by U.S...
Navajos Appeal to Inter-American Commission on Human Rights over Proposed Uranium Mining
The Eastern Navajo Diné is appealing to the international community to stop uranium mining in the Navajo villages of Church Rock and Crownpoint, New Mexico, attorneys for the tribe...
Is Dentistry in Your Future?
Native American students with an interest in a career in dentistry should apply for the Creighton University School of Dentistry Summer Enrichment Program for Native American Stude...
The Cloudy Debate Hovering Over the Navajo Generating Station
The Navajo Generating Station (NGS) is fueling controversy among the Diné over spending $1.1 billion to reduce emissions—a regulation that the U.S...
High Aboriginal Diabetes Rate Sparks Innovative Solutions
Canada’s aboriginal peoples, in addition to registering the country’s highest rates of tuberculosis, have other disproportionately high health problems too...
‘Native Life’ Provides Online Health Support Network
Mora used to be afraid of testing her blood sugar, but now tests three times a day...
Inuit Stillbirth Rate Triple that of Canada’s Mainstream Population
The high stillbirth rate among Inuit people is cause for concern, though not entirely because of the numbers themselves, according to one health expert...
Yurok Declares Seaweed Clean
The Yurok Tribe , concerned about radiation from Japan's leaky nuclear plant in the wake of the March 11 earthquake and tsunami, had seaweed tested and found no radioactive isotope...
Reaching Out with Veterans’ Affairs Office of Rural Health
Mary Beth Skupien, Ph.D., MS, RN, director of the Office of Rural Health (ORH) for the U.S...
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