Rhonda Hall: Diabetes Survivor [INTERVIEW]

Rhonda Hall: Diabetes Survivor [INTERVIEW]

by Team Ebony

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 Team Ebony

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

Surviving My Suicide Attempt

Surviving My Suicide Attempt

by Glennisha Morgan

During my senior year of high school, I tried to commit suicide. I took a handful of a concoction of my mother’s prescribed medicine... Read More

EBONY Presents: Life on Purpose
with Cynthia Bailey
Part 1. Fitness

EBONY Presents: Life on Purpose
with Cynthia Bailey
Part 1. Fitness

by Team Ebony

When you live life on purpose, you are able to achieve a higher level of forward thinking and innovation. Easier said than done? Or... Read More

titi branch miss jessies

When Suicide Comes Calling

by Kasey Woods

In the wake of Miss Jessie's founder Titi Branch's death, we are going through the same stage of collective grieving that always follows a... Read More

HIV/AIDS: Where We Stand in the Fight

HIV/AIDS: Where We Stand in the Fight

by Team Ebony

Since the beginning of the HIV/AIDS epidemic in the 1980s, Blacks are still suffering disproportionately from the disease. At 13 percent of the national... Read More

Race Still Matters:
Social Services

Race Still Matters:
Social Services

by Team Ebony

Health equals wealth. And for many in our communities, low-income populations suffer from low-income health care as well. What can we do internally to... Read More

Jamekia Davis

When a Friend is Diagnosed with Breast Cancer

by Khadijah Carter

When a woman is diagnosed with breast cancer, it can be one of the most frightening times in her life. When she shares this... Read More