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The Black Health Book was written for everyday people to help simplify pertinent research and health-related topics in a way that can be easily read by individuals without advanced degrees or a background in science, medicine, or mental health care.

​In writing this book the author, D'Andrea Bolden, wanted to tackle the topic of health through the lens of blackness. Simultaneously, she ensured that health was examined from a multi-dimensional perspective recognizing that multiple factors play a role in the state of one’s total health.

​The conversation surrounding black health can be messy, uncomfortable, and riddled with many challenges but D'Andrea believes we can all learn and grow so that we can collectively see an improvement in the overall health of black people. D'Andrea shares with readers scientific facts, personal stories, and other relevant information throughout the pages of this book.


​"Our health as black people is of great concern and many of us were not taught that black health is black wealth" - Author, D'Andrea Bolden

​​As you go through the contents of this book you will learn about:


  • Some of the leading health conditions that are prevalent among the black population

  • The negative effects poverty can have on health

  • How racism and stress can harm the health of blacks.

  • Black maternal health issues

  • Black children and mental health

  • Health concerns for black men

  • The concerns surrounding lead poisoning and black children

  • Holistic Health


"As black people we must prioritize our health!"
- D'Andrea Bolden, MA


D'Andrea Bolden, MA

Author | Speaker |  Mental Health Advocate

D'Andrea is a prolific writer who enjoys creating non-fiction books for a diverse audience. She is a gifted communicator and a sought-after speaker for mental health, corporate, and faith-based events. D'Andrea has earned a bachelor's degree in psychology and chemistry, a master's degree in counseling, and a master's degree in medical sciences.

She has been extensively involved in the non-profit sector, creating camps and programs that promote STEM, youth entrepreneurship, and family support services. She is also a podcast and event host. Currently, she hosts the HER Holistic Living Podcast and the annual Faith + Mental Health Summit. D'Andrea is passionate about the intersection of faith and health, understanding that scientific evidence supports the benefits of an integrative, multidimensional, holistic approach. Ultimately, D'Andrea desires to see the faith-based community free of stigma and knowledgeable about how to address all aspects of health.

As an author, she has published several books, including "Black Health: Considered From A Holistic Perspective." D'Andrea resides in Michigan with her loving husband, John, and their two children.

What Are Readers Saying?


I had the honor (and the challenge) of editing “Black Health” – and I was amazed.

The revelations that this book holds will push you to evaluate your life – especially in the areas that can impact the quality of your health. The black or African American race is facing so many barriers to a good quality of life. All the areas of our lives are interconnected much more than we realize. Even our interactions with each other as a race impacts our personal quality of life. There is a lot of eye-opening information inside these pages. Take notes and take an inventory of your own life and habits and implement what you need from you are about to read. Ensure that this book is circulated in your peer groups. Inform those who need to know immediately that they need to make significant changes now to avoid becoming a statistic unnecessarily.
Read, learn, and implement! I am doing it too.

Michelle G Cameron
Author | Editor | Writing Coach


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