ABOUT Alicia Villarosa
March 26, 2010
Gaining weight mostly below the belt could be a health boon. And why baby steps won't cut it.
A report that nearly half of black women are infected is less about conspiracy and more a reflection of the shortage of black men.
We should celebrate Gabourey Sidibe's performance, not her size.
"The Biggest Loser" is dramatic, fun, but not quite "real." Still, you can gain some real lessons about losing weight.
African-American children tend to be fatter than their white and Latino counterparts. And fat kids mean unhealthy kids. What do black parents need to do to unpack the pounds and tackle obesity-related health issues?
Why black people shouldn’t count on our melanin for skin cancer immunity.
How to pack up and take a vacation without packing on the pounds.
Being a healthy role model should be part of the job description of being a good father.
How to lose weight without stretching your skin to its limit.
Still worried about swine flu? Sleep more, exercise more and have sex.
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