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Lovestruck: Remembering What Really Matters

April 28, 2011 1

This morning my eyes were transfixed on CNN videos from yesterday’s devastating tornadoes throughout the south. I didn’t have a sigh of relief that my family in Atlanta was not hit. I had a reality […]

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Better Belly Challenge: Count It!

April 28, 2011 1

Here’s my food log so far today: Two eggs scrambled with grape tomatoes and minced garlic and olive oil Iced shot of espresso with a splash of local, organic cream and 2 packets of sugar […]

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Black Women's Maternal Risks Go Unquestioned

April 25, 2011 1

Finding out why so many more African American women die in childbirth starts with keeping statistics and spotting problems in hospitals. Right now there is no federal requirement to report maternal deaths so remedies are […]

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Get Help With Your Spring Cleaning

April 19, 2011 1

It’s time for our next Heart & Soul TweetChat Tuesday, April 19th at 8pm. This week we are discussing spring cleaning of our bodies, closets, careers and beyond. Join the conversation by tweeting to our […]

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Cultivating curiosity in kids

April 18, 2011 1

Intellectual curiosity. According to Urbandictionary.com it is a desire to learn more about a person, or a thing, or a way of life. That’s what I love to see in my children and the children […]

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Better Belly Challenge: Eating Right

April 18, 2011 1

Today’s belly challenge tip: Don’t get too full. Don’t get too empty. Getting full is not belly friendly. This isn’t The Great Famine, so there’s no need to top off your tank. If you feel […]

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NYC's High Maternal Deaths Defy Usual Explanations

April 15, 2011 1

NEW YORK CITY (WOMENSENEWS)–A single question wakens Dr. William M. Callaghan in the middle of the night. Why is pregnancy so much more dangerous for U.S. black women? Callaghan is acting chief of the maternal […]

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How Sensual Are You?

April 14, 2011 1

Tonight I will be a guest on BlogTalkRadio’s #1 radio show for dating singles. I found out last week that the topic is how can some women overcome their “prudish good girl” social conditioning in […]

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Job Discrimination At All Time High

April 11, 2011 2

Despite the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s (EEOC) findings in 1987 that ruled barring people from jobs based solely on a criminal conviction disproportionately excluded African Americans and Latinos from the labor market, countless American companies […]

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Better Belly Challenge: What's for Breakfast?

April 5, 2011 1

A better belly starts with breakfast, so eat. Try some oatmeal, heavy on the fruit, easy on the sugar, or poached eggs with salsa and some vegetables leftover from Sunday dinner. Drive away from the […]

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Dollars and Scents with Actor Lamman Rucker

April 4, 2011 1

Leading man Lamman Rucker’s creative energy keeps ticking after many of us are tucked in. The actor recently launched his natural body care products, Forplai. The collection  features a steamy assortment of sweet smells to […]

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The Little Book That Could

April 4, 2011 1

Elaine Meryl Brown, Marsha Haygood and Rhonda Joy McLean started a movement when they released the first guide preparing black women for leadership with “The Little Black Book of Success.” And a year later, the […]

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Golden Brooks Shares the Power of Motherhood

April 1, 2011 1

Golden Ameda Brooks captured our hearts as the quick-witted Maya Wilkes on “Girlfriends,” the hit sitcom that highlighted friendship between black women in Los Angeles. The California-native has a diverse resume that includes  competitive figure […]

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