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Welcome to Foundation for Health & Dermatology Disparity (FHDD)

homeThe Purpose of the Foundation is to provide public service information, medical testing equipment (for people who otherwise can not afford it), treatment options and serve as a resource for health care professionals and treatment centers.  The Foundation will focus on health issues and concerns such as diabetes, hypertension and scalp folliculitis as an initial target in the African American, Hispanic and Asian American communities.  However, we will also focus on the general population both male and female as well. It will serve as a resource for professionals, organizations and the media, targeting specific health concerns.

The primary goal is heightening awareness around these specific conditions. Educate minorities and health care providers and dispel myths and rumors about health related issues impacting these communities that lead to ignorance, lack of understanding and in some cases death and/or life threatening diseases.

The Foundation has a Health Care Museum at 10223 Broadway, St.  D2 in Pearland TX.  It will house pictures and important information on specific Health Issues for public viewing.  Because FHDD has a religious base, pictures of different churches of various denominations are represented in the lobby area.  Clergy men and women from many denominations will be involved in many aspects of the Foundation.

The lobby will have pictures of different churches of various denominations under the adage:

“All of the Churches, Synagogues and Mosques represented in this room reflect praise to The God of Abraham.  Focus not on the difference, but the commonality that gives praise to Almighty God (Allah), (Yahweh).  Our Creator has many names, but there is only one true GOD!”



Mission Statement

Empowering people with the necessary tools to greater health, while providing resources for better living (Physically, Mentally and Spiritually).

Weekly Health Tip

Avoid twisting your body while raking. Use your legs to shift your weight rather than twisting your back. Throwing leaves over the shoulder or to the side while raking involves twisting movements that can overly strain the muscles in the back. Bend at the knees, rather than the waist, to pick up items.