Heart Health:
Work it Out Your Way

Heart Health:
Work it Out Your Way

by Dr. Michele Claudette Reed

February is American Heart Month. These 27 days provide another reminder as to why now is the time to re-energize with long lasting life... Read More

Beat the Winter Blues!

Beat the Winter Blues!

by Kristin Braswell

Old man winter is upon us in full force. As you mentally prepare to brace for the cold each day, know that what you... Read More

Freedom H. Weekes, founder of H.E.L.P Ministries preaching to a crowd.

H.E.L.P. Ministries Bring Young People Back to Church

by Jervelle Frederick

Young Christians in New York City have united to bring the world a progressive ministry, one where members work tirelessly to spread the importance of... Read More

african american child drinking soda

Wendy’s Pulls Soda From Kids Meals

by Monifa Bandele

When I was in middle school, my mom worked long days as a hospital administrator and attended graduate school at night. Together, we left... Read More

Birthing Project Takes On Black Infant Mortality Crisis

Tackling Louisiana’s Black Infant Mortality Crisis

by Princess Gabbara

Every year, Black infants are more than twice as likely to die before their first birthday compared to White infants, according to the U.S.... Read More

Go to HealthCare.gov and Get Covered TODAY!

Go to HealthCare.gov and Get Covered TODAY!

by Dr. Jill Biden

"Blessed are those who persevere" is a quotation from scripture that has stayed with me since my husband Joe and I attended service at... Read More

Rhonda Hall: Diabetes Survivor [INTERVIEW]

Rhonda Hall: Diabetes Survivor [INTERVIEW]

by #teamEBONY

Rhonda Hall knew she needed to lose weight but didn’t. For her to make the lifestyle changes she needed, it took a diagnosis of... Read More

National Wear Red Day Celebrates American Heart Month [VIDEO]

National Wear Red Day Celebrates American Heart Month [VIDEO]

by #teamEBONY

Today’s annual National Wear Red Day is the striking visual brainchild of Go Red For Women, the American Heart Association’s national movement to end... Read More

Getting and Staying Skinny… the Right Way

Getting and Staying Skinny… the Right Way

by Genese Cage

I can remember three distinct times I’ve been “skinny” in my whole life. The first was freshman year at Savannah State University. I spent... Read More

‘I Just Had an Abortion’

‘I Just Had an Abortion’

by Tasha Fierce

Last month, I had an abortion. I’ve been a strident advocate for a woman’s right to choose since I was a pre-teen, and it’s... Read More