Staying fit during this time of the year can be extremely difficult. From holiday office parties to family gatherings, it seems nearly impossible not to gain a few pounds! Related: Beyonce Tracks Her Weight Loss in New Video You won’t have to waste this year’s resolution on losing weight because we are giving tips on how to […]
Dr. Tartt came by the morning show studio to talk about mental health and self-care, especially pertaining to black men. Monie Love notes that she sets aside time-out days when she’s going through things, to give herself time and space to process emotions healthily. Dr. Tartt says we have to change the definition of manhood […]
Jamil and Idries Abdur-Rahman, also known as the “Twin Doctors,” are both certified OBGYN doctors and nationally recognized media personalities. They joined Ed Lover to talk to him about breast cancer prevention by way of self-examinations and mammograms. They explain why black women especially should always be on the look out, how breast feeding can […]
Lil Wayne is not letting any seizures hold him back from greatness. According to reports, Wayne entertained attendees of the Electronic Entertainment Expo just days after suffering “two minor seizures.” The rapper performed at the company’s booth inside the Los Angeles Convention Center, less than a week since being hospitalized when his private jet was forced by a medical […]
When confronted with the idea of doing a smoothie cleanse, Ed Lover expresses his disdain for the concept, and explains exactly why he scoffs at…
When she was first diagnosed with HIV, Vuyiseka Dubula was just an impoverished, 22-year-old Black woman living in a Cape Town township who couldn't afford her own medication. Now she's one of Africa's most fearless warriors in the fight against HIV. Here's her story.
Last month, fans were shocked and saddened when Louisiana rapper Boosie Badazz (aka Lil Boosie) revealed that he had been diagnosed with kidney cancer. Although…
Researchers claim that Black communities' concerns for their life expectancy is likely rooted in the fact that they are disproportionately affected by police brutality, violence and chronic health issues.
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