NIMHD Director honors Margaret M. Heckler, a pioneer in health disparities who made extraordinary contributions to improve minority health and eliminate health disparities.
Dr. J. Damascene Kabakambira completes the 2017-2018 Rwandan Health Program funded by NIMHD. Read about his research.
NIH and the Prostate Cancer Foundation launch a large study on aggressive prostate cancer in African American men. Learn more.
Depression is one of the most common mental health problems, but it often goes untreated among African American men. The Brother, You're on My Mind initiative works to address this disparity.
New on the Blog! Congratulations to the 2018 Health Disparities Research Institute Scholars
Learn how NIMHD is expanding the pipeline of minority health researchers through their Health Disparities Research Institute.More
Healthy Mind Initiative Addresses Mental Health of Asian American and Pacific Islander Youth
Federal, county, and community sectors are uniting on the Healthy Mind Initiative—an effort to help strengthen Asian American and Pacific Islander communities.More
Asthma, A Common But Controllable Illness
Everything is abloom—spring has finally arrived. Pollen is everywhere, and for many of us, so is allergen-induced asthma.More
HDPulse - An Ecosystem of Minority Health and Health Disparities Resources
Visit the Data Portal to explore Health statistics, charts, and maps by data topic across the health disparities continuum.