Women’s Health

Jeff Johnson and Kenda Sutton discuss Black Maternal Health Week and the struggles of black women giving birth.

The Duchess Of Sussex Meghan Markle reportedly used a doula during the birth of the royal baby, prompting more women to explore the benefits of having a doula in the room when they’re delivering their child. Doulas are becoming ever more popular as Black women continue to die at disproportionately higher rates during childbirth. Having […]

Black women and hair loss is unfortunately a common pairing. This is largely due to the consistent reliance on weaves, wigs and braids. However, there are also many black women who suffer from forms of alopecia that don’t necessarily correlate to hair styling. On the latest episode of the Facebook talk show Red Table Talk, […]

According to The National Coalition Against Domestic Violence 1 in every 4 women will experience domestic violence at least once in their lifetime. The facts are staggering and the impact is catastrophic to the victims and those that witness and/or experience the trauma along with the victim.

Students who are strapped with tons of student debt and who are unable to find employment in this scarce economy are opting to do the unthinkable….

In Girls Like Us, Lloyd reveals the dark, secretive world of her past in stunning cinematic detail. As a survivor of human trafficking (prostitution) the author lovingly shares with great humanity-the stories of the girls whose lives she has helped.

2010 Marlton Golf Club Charity Tournament Help the Marlton Golf Club raise money for The American Red Cross of the National Capital Region August 9, 2010 @ Marlton Golf Club 9:00 am Shotgun Start 4 Man Captains Choice Tournament Giveaways: shoes, sleeve of balls, sunglasses Contests: Longest drive, closest to the pin, and hole-in-one prizes […]

VIA: HealthyWomen.Org As a single, busy woman living in New York City, sick wasn’t a part of my vocabulary when I entered the last year of my 20s. Nonetheless, it soon found its way into my life. It began with a swollen toe joint, which I easily dismissed as a yoga injury. But when the […]

Via: HealthyWomen.Org Are you concerned about the health of your bones as you age? There are many treatments for bone conditions such as arthritis, osteoporosis and other joint issues. Maybe the best way to treat those issues is to prevent them. Here are some ways to get you started: Work on those quads. Strengthening your […]

Via: WomensHealthMag.com Sometimes those extra 10 minutes of sleep we get from hitting the snooze button in the morning are not enough. For years we have been told the adequate amount of sleep each person should get is 8 hours. Even if we are fortunate to get that amount of sleep, it may not be […]