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Five Ways to Unwind Without Netflix or Naps

by Blavity.com

Life can be tiring when you’re trying to be great. Overworking… Read More

The Other Diabetes: Being Young and Living with the Disease

The Other Diabetes: Being Young and Living with the Disease

by Tiffany Walden

Daniel Robinson knew it was only a matter of time before he was diagnosed with something. With a 72-year-old father who suffers from hypertension… Read More

Report: More Unhealthy Snack Ads for Black, Hispanic Children

Report: More Unhealthy Snack Ads for Black, Hispanic Children

by Shantell E. Jamison

According to a study conducted by the Rudd Center for Food Policy and Obesity, children saw substantially more television advertising for unhealthy… Read More

Black, Gifted and Whole: Creating a Voice for Gay Men

Black, Gifted and Whole: Creating a Voice for Gay Men

by Shantell E. Jamison

Guy Anthony is a man who wants to make a difference. We all do to a degree, but Guy is taking his dreams a step further. "I’ve… Read More

PrEP and Beyond: HIV/AIDS & Black, Gay Men

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by Terrence Chappell

Last month, a new study conducted by the Kaiser Permanente Medical Center in San Francisco found that 100% of study participants taking the HIV prevention… Read More

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Choice Under Fire

by Renee Bracey Sherman

While driving through Memphis, Tenn., last spring, Cherisse Scott passed anti-abortion billboards, paid for by Prolife Across America, which stated… Read More

Fighting Breast Cancer Through Living and Giving<br />

Fighting Breast Cancer Through Living and Giving

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“If it comes back a third time, I’m gonna live my life to the fullest, and bless as many people as I can until the day HE calls me home.” I’ve… Read More

Turning a Health Crisis Into an Opportunity to Give in Africa<br />

Turning a Health Crisis Into an Opportunity to Give in Africa

by Demetria Irwin

Nana Eyeson-Akiwowo was living in New York -- an ocean away from her parents, who had moved back to their homeland of Ghana when she got the call:… Read More

A Slow Roll on the Bike Path to Healing<br />

A Slow Roll on the Bike Path to Healing

by Evan F. Moore

Olatunji Oboi Reed had a typical all-American upbringing. Like most kids, a bicycle was his first means of transportation. And although he eventually… Read More

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