E.F. Boyd & Son Funeral Home in Cleveland, Ohio wants to encourage everyone to participate in National Minority Health Month this April to promote health care equality. Despite all the milestones that our nation has reached, there are still some points that many don’t realize we haven’t successfully accomplished yet – one being health care equality. This month is dedicated to raising awareness of health disparities to help create better communities and better health to those across the United States. There are many instances where preventative medical care could have been used to catch the first signs of diabetes or other diseases, but the health care was unobtainable. If you’re one of the hundreds of individuals who have lost someone due to lack of medical assistance, then you know the importance of preventative measures as well as overall health care. Whether you live in Parma, Ohio or Shaker Heights, Ohio, remember the importance of getting out there and continuing to support health care equality for someone you care about!