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Here’s How Your Words Can Help Stop Stigma

When people hear HIV, they stop what they’re doing...

A New Type of CEO: A Conversation with Dr. Aletha Maybank

The American Medical Association is the largest association of...

The Struggle Is Real: Stressors and Their Impact on Black Women's Health

Unfortunately, none of us are strangers to stress. As...

How Your Mother Wound Impacts Your Self-Perception

It is your mother who teaches you what you...

Gestational Diabetes: What Black Women Need to Know

Imagine going through the beginning stages of pregnancy, overcoming...

5 Ways to Take a Black Woman-Centered Approach to Weight Loss and Nutrition

It’s the beginning of the year, and you know...

Lupus Warrior

My name is Shadé Mallory and I was diagnosed with...

Dear Moms, Put Your Air Mask On!

I was awoken by the smell of rice porridge laced...

Hey Sis…Your Magnificently Melanated Skin tone is Putting Your Vitamin D Level at Risk

We have all heard the numerous recommendations over the course...

Black Codependent Caretaker

November was National Family Caregivers Month. Caring for a  loved...

It Answered Back – A Hilarious Joke

I jumped off my last zoom call at 6:30pm. I’d...

Meet Dr. Marcella Nunez-Smith, Co-chair of President-elect Biden’s Coronavirus Task Force

On his first Monday as President-elect, Joe Biden announced that...

COVID-19: The Reawakening of Blackness

COVID-19, the straw that broke the racist back of America....

A Long Walk to HealthCare

In 2013, I was a middle school teacher in Baltimore....

Knowing My Family’s Health History Saved My Life

For as long as I can remember breast cancer has...

Therapy Is for Church Girls Too

Growing up in an ultra Caribbean, ultra conservative, Christian family,...

When Faking Normal Becomes the Norm

Constantly telling yourself that everything is fine, even when you...

The Heart-Breaking Disease that is Killing Our Black Women

September 17th, 2004 was the worst day of my life...

How Doulas Are Saving Black Women One Birth at a Time

Black women are magical, fierce, independent and are dying from...

Decision Week: Pregnant, Surprised, And a Week to Decide Pt. 2

I sat in the passenger’s seat of my partner’s car...

A Retired OB/GYN’s Guide to Helping Black Mothers Survive

I am a retired physician from New York with 30...

Seeking Non-COVID-19 Related Care During the Pandemic

It was just my luck that I had a piercing...