'I Just Had an Abortion' A Black woman on making the best choice for herself, despite the stigmas and shaming attempts
HIV/AIDS: Where We Stand in the Fight African-Americans are still hit harder by HIV/AIDS than any other racial group in the country, yet new statistics, research and prevention tools emerging this year may be major game changers
When a Friend is Diagnosed with Breast Cancer A breast cancer diagnosis doesn't just affect one woman. Khadijah Carter reports on what to say and how to help when a friend gets breast cancer news
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