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Jalaal A. Hayes Youngest PHD graduate of Delaware State University

Dr. Jalaal Hayes (center) made DSU history by becoming the youngest-ever doctoral graduate at age 22. Dr. Hayes of Philadelphia was conferred a Ph.D. in Applied Chemistry during the Dec. 20 Commencement. Standing with Dr. Hayes are his advisor Dr. Andrew Goudy, professor of chemistry, and Dr. Cherese Winstead, chair of the DSU Department of Chemistry. (photo via desu.edu) ,

Dr. Jalaal Hayes (center) made DSU history by becoming the youngest-ever doctoral graduate at age 22. Dr. Hayes of Philadelphia was conferred a Ph.D. in Applied Chemistry during the Dec. 20 Commencement. Standing with Dr. Hayes are his advisor Dr. Andrew Goudy, professor of chemistry, and Dr. Cherese Winstead, chair of the DSU Department of Chemistry. (photo via desu.edu)

LUTG RADIO shared the story of Jalaal A. Hayes, who is the youngest person to be issued a Professor of Doctorate from Delaware State University June 2015 in Philosophy with an emphasis in Applied Chemistry. Dr. Hayes’ dissertation program focused on “Thermodynami and Kinetic Studies of Alkali Metal Doped-Lithium Amide-Magnesium Hydride Hydrogen Storage System.” You can read the full story here.

 

Source: Good Black News, http://goodblacknews.org/2016/01/20/at-22-jalaal-hayes-becomes-delaware-state-universitys-youngest-doctoral-graduate/ , 2016 January 21, 6:46 p.m. ct.

LUTG RADIO, http://www.lutgradio.com

 

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Black Doctors bust myths on men’s health

Ever wanted to know if many of the myths you hear about in your is true.  Most people still believe what they were told by their uncles, parents even though it seemed a bit hinky or wrong.  You believe it because its a bonding ritual.  It makes you feel like you are on the inside of some private inner sanctum of maturity.  The Black Doctors organization is working to combat the myths.  You can also checkout Web MD website for information on living healthier.black doctors on mens health 02 08 2014

Mayweather: A very Good Man of his own hype

Today the Seattle Seahawks and the Denver Broncos sort of competed for the Super Bowl XVLIII Trophy.  One of the most talked about things on the internet and made to be sort of a major event for the last few days by the mainstream media, whether or not Boxer Floyd Mayweather bet the a sum of $10.4 Million dollars on the Broncos to win.

Mayweather denies the chatter as a rumor as he stands in front of a pile of cash on January 30, 2014 posing.  But, we got to look at this from a rich person’s point of view, it’s just money.   Mayweather happens to have a lot of it depending on who you ask.  Some creditors say ah not too sure cause he reportedly was late paying a car note and owed the IRS money for taxes reportedly.  Mayweather is a hype machine and since he is not Miley Cyrus swinging naked on a wrecking ball or some rich chef serving up body parts as a delicacy at $250k per plate, the brain machine goes to work making money for “the Money Team”.

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Now, there are no concrete words from Mayweather confirming this but let just take a look at the photos and text images provided by Mayweather and you use you Nancy Drew,  Detective Columbus or Richard Castle skills of unraveling the mystery of this hype that was aligned with one of the most watched events in America, the Super Bowl.  Some people on the internet called Mayweather a few choice names and offered the advice of only risking say less than a $100

University of California offers Med Students Free Tuition

On January 27, 2014 the Aljazeera American news program reported that due to the increasing shortage of primary care physicians in the United States the University of California Riverside is offering a sweet deal to medical students.  The college is offering any interested medical student that will practice medicine in the local community free tuition.

Source: www. AljazeeraAmerica.com

Source:
www. AljazeeraAmerica.com

The is great news because becoming a doctor can put students into debt well above 100,000 by the time the students complete schooling.  The American Medical Association reported for the 2012-2013 year the average public medical institution tuition ranged from $28719 for residents of the state to $49,000 for non-residents.  Private medical school students can tack a bit more to the tune of $47,673.  So, to know about a school that is willing to educate and train medical student into doctors is a great idea that student welcome since 86% leave school owing an average of $160,000.00 and still need to land a job that pays enough to payback all those loans.

The baby boomers are getting older and so is everyone else in America.  Since 1909 the rate of babies born went from 127 to 63 in 2012.  This number may be skewed due to the astronomical number of abortions done yearly. What am I saying, baby shortage those available to fill professional roles widens.  Properly trained doctors are very much needed in the United States due to the aging population and health preventive services for those under 65.  Regular checkups can prevent many serious illnesses.  But there are not enough doctors to perform primary preventive checks then the wait to see a doctor can be weeks or months.  Often, the doctors schedules are just too full.  So, if you know of some young person on their way to college and wants to be a doctor but can not afford to pay for school, share this article with them.

Video of story from Aljazeera America

Source: Cost of Medical School

Source: Birth rates decline

Magic Johnson: Qualtiy healthcare saved my life

Magic Johnson continues to fight the battle of ignorance and invincibility of youthful thinking, am young I don’t need healthcare. Johnson gives examples of how important it is to know about your health. It is cool to have healthcare and to get information early for a longer healthier life. Johnson talks on being diagnosed with HIV 22 years ago and how early detection saved his life.

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