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Fit, Fab & Flawless Fridays: InstaFit Women Inspiring Healthy Lives

Being fit is the new black. Long gone are the stereotypes that black women are obese and more concerned with the state of their hair than their bodies…. More

Silent Killers: Inspect These Areas in Your Home Now!

Over the past weekend three children from Troy, Ohio died from carbon monoxide poisoning at their grandmother’s home. One of the saddest thing about these passings is that they could have been possibly been prevented…. More

It Takes a Village: The Real Cost of Black Breastfeeding

“Breast is best!” my lactation consultant Heather cheerfully reminded me. She led me to the back wall in the corner, where breastfeeding products hung on the peg board. What we hadn’t talked about was price…. More

Touch the Girls: Black Women, Higher Risk for Breast Cancer Death

Breast cancer is no respect of person, but Black women are found to die from the cancer more than their counterparts and a late detection has much to do with it. … More

Fit, Fab & Flawless Fridays: InstaFit Women Inspiring Healthy Lives

Being fit is the new black. Long gone are the stereotypes that black women are obese and more concerned with the state of their hair than their bodies…. More

Get Happy Tendrils: Best Oils, Fruits, & Veggies for Natural Hair

The best thing about adding these oils, fruits and veggies to your natural hair regimen is that they are affordable and can be found easily…. More

Anti-Vaccinations: Are the Fears Warranted?

The debate is out on whether or not to get your kid vaccinated with the rise in measles outbreaks across America. Hear what the President, doctors and one mom has to say inside. … More

Our Interview With America’s OBGYN, Dr. Drai

This Dr. Drai doesn’t make beats, he changes lives, and educates women about their bodies, one patient at a time…. More

Black Women Working: Too Many Midnight Shifts Lead to Diabetes

Could your 9 to 5 save your life? New studies have shown that working the night shift can increase the risk of diabetes in black women. In the United States, nearly 13 percent of black women have diabetes, compared with 4.5 percent of white women, according to the study… More