Sunscreen is a must. I do not care how young, how gifted or how black you think you are, it’s the lotion none of us can afford to forget.
The barbershop is about as multifunctional a space as they come: a place to get a lineup, a shave, or a cut and color; a place to unwind; a place to catch up on the news—and now, according to a new study, a place to cut your blood pressure.
My Glow Up goddesses! You asked, and I got the answers on the best chemical peels and lasers for darker skin tones.
On a break while shopping for Black Friday deals, a friend and I sat down for lunch in the Detroit suburbs. My friend quickly observed how I only ate half of my burger and picked over my loaded baked potato. I shrugged.
It’s a beautiful sight to see: a 15-year-old dancing from his hospital bed, living life to the fullest. And the video was taken only six days after the young man had lifesaving open-heart surgery.
It has been some 45 years since the horrific “Tuskegee Study of Untreated Syphilis in the Negro Male,” also known as the Tuskegee Syphilis Study, came to an end after it was exposed that medical workers, working with the U.S. Public Health Service, were withholding treatment from nonconsenting and unsuspecting black…
The saying goes, “Healthy mind, healthy body.” But how often do we tend, acknowledge and nurture our mental health?
The story of Henrietta Lacks and her “immortal” cells is not quite over. Her eldest son, Lawrence Lacks, has come forth requesting compensation from Baltimore’s Johns Hopkins University and possibly other institutions for the unauthorized use of the famous cells that prompted decades of medical advances.