Generations of Wellness actively partners with members of the media to keep them informed about health and wellness issues prevalent among African Americans. Together, we can ensure that individuals, business leaders and health care providers understand the unique needs of the African American population.
UnitedHealthcare Generations of Wellness Online Contest Winner Receives Healthy Cooking Lessons from Celebrity Chef Tre Wilcox
Shenesha McCray of Jacksonville, Fla. won trip for two to Dallas for a two-hour cooking session with Chef Wilcox, a former contestant on Bravo's "Top Chef," "Top Chef All-Stars" and "Iron Chef America."
UnitedHealthcare, Gantt Center Host Tribute Honoring Martin Luther King Jr.'s Life and Legacy
As part of the Black Classic Cinema Series, UnitedHealthcare and the Harvey B. Gantt Center for African-American Arts + Culture celebrateed the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. federal holiday with a special event on Jan. 14.
Fighting Breast Cancer What You Can Do
October is national Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Spreading the word means spreading the cure so talk with your loved ones this month about the importance of breast cancer screenings and the risk factors associated with the disease.
Know the Facts about Prostate Cancer
Although prostate cancer may be one of the least talked about diseases, it is one of the most common types of cancer among American men.
Colorectal Cancer Screening for African Americans
Colorectal cancer is the third most common cancer in both men and women, and incidence rates are higher for African Americans. Actor DL Hughley has teamed up with UnitedHealthcare to raise awareness of this condition.
UnitedHealth Group Donates $1 Million to Martin Luther King Memorial
The Martin Luther King, Jr., National Memorial is the first on the National Mall to honor a man of hope, a man of peace, and a man of color.
Cervical Health Awareness
Millions of women are taking the opportunity to get healthier, visiting their doctors to learn more about the risk factors of cervical cancer and schedule a screening and/or vaccination.
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