Tamera Mowry just revealed that she is having a baby boy! The mommy-to-be told PEOPLE that she has already begun preparing for her new role by “practicing” with her twin sister Tia Mowry’s son, Cree.
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Mental health is a complex subject that many people find themselves shying away from, but for Blacks, teens and young adults; it's a conversation that must be had. Mental health includes our emotional, psychological, and social well-being, according to the read more about 3 Factors Helped Teens Stay Mentally Healthy During Pandemic
Chronic pain can be excruciating, debilitating and hard to describe. Yet the best way to get the right treatment for the exact pain you're experiencing is to put those symptoms into words, so your doctor can pinpoint a diagnosis and read more about How to Talk to Your Doctor About Arthritis Pain
Cannabidiol, a compound derived from marijuana, appears to show promise in blocking replication of the COVID-19 virus and preventing its spread, lab and animal studies show. CBD inhibited the ability of the coronavirus to spread in human lung cell samples, read more about Can CBD Help Curb COVID?
Diabetes is a disease that affects Blacks at a higher rate than other races. In addition to race, being older in age and having a lack of physical activity can increase your risk for type 2 diabetes. But walking regularly read more about How Many Steps Does it Take to Walk Away From Diabetes?
It’s understandable for any parent to be concerned if a child complains about joint pains. However, just the complaint isn’t enough to warrant a doctor’s visit. There are times when pain in the joints is perfectly normal for a growing read more about Should You Be Concerned About Your Kids’ Joint Pain?
Is there an effective way for black families to overcome obstacles to improving their overall health and wellness? A panel of experts discuss the challenges and detail practical solutions during the virtual State of Black Health Summit. Click here to read more about All You Need to Know About Health in the Black Family