In an exclusive interview, former NFL star and Super Bowl XLIII MVP Santonio Holmes spoke about his personal connection to sickle cell disease and how seeking help for him led him to work with St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.
At one point, a BBL or Brazilian butt lift surgery was one of the most coveted surgical procedures.
You may have a grandmother, mother or auntie who used baby powder to keep their intimate regions cool in the summer or just because it made them feel fresh year-round. Almost everyone has seen a Johnson & Johnson baby powder in the arsenal of beauty products of a woman in their lives. It turns out […]
Lynette "Diamond" Hardaway, of Diamond & Silk, died of heart disease due to chronic high blood pressure, according to her birth certificate.
DJ Jazzy Jeff talked about being one of the first celebrities to publicly announce he had COVID-19 and how he "almost didn't make it."
The city of Jackson, Mississippi is currently in the throes of another water crisis as the state has placed it under a state of emergency, with residents sharply criticizing the governor.
There are more than 4,600 confirmed cases of monkeypox in the United States.
So, it turns out a lot of white people were less concerned about the COVID-19 health crisis once they heard people of color were disproportionately affected. Sorry for blowing your melanated minds with this revelation.
Alright, my guys, this is not a drill! Scientists are reporting that they have made major progress on a thing women all over the world have been waiting for—a contraceptive for men. You’ve probably been scrolling through social media and seen posts where a question was posed to men (usually by women) about whether they […]
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Center for Substance Abuse Prevention released a grant application in December for organizations that work to reduce harm and death in people battling substance abuse. Fox 8 reported that the grant under President Joe Biden’s executive order 13985, titled “Advancing Racial Equity and Support for Underserved Communities […]
Companies are desperately trying to navigate the situation and safely get their employees back to work in the office. The only way to do that effectively is through vaccine mandates.