Tulane University Professor Debuts New Website Focusing on Black Health

Corey Hebert, the medical director at Dillard University in New Orleans and an assistant professor at the Tulane University Medical Center, has established a website that displays videos on health topics of concern to African Americans. Black Health TV offers a wide range of videos to educate African Americans on topics such as diabetes, hypertension, nutrition, asthma, fitness, and women’s health.

Harvard Medical School and the Morehouse School of Medicine in Atlanta are partners in the endeavor supplying information and expertise.

“We all need to make the entire African American population aware of this innovative new health source that can save lives daily,” says Dr. Hebert.

Dr. Hebert is a graduate of Morehouse College and Meharry Medical College in Nashville.


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  1. Mary V. Shaw says:

    I look at Dr. Corey Hebert on channel 6 TV, giving tips on health issues all the times.

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