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Superwoman Syndrome and the Millennial Black Woman

To be considered a millennial you would have to be born between the early 1980’s until the early 2000’s. By definition you would be narcissistic, always have a need to be treated special, over confident, extremely pressured, sheltered and conventional. 866 more words

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HN Kitchen: Zucchini Boats

These zucchini boats are a simple and easy way to incorporate various macronutrients into a wholesome meal.

Zucchini is an outstanding source of manganese, vitamin C, and dietary fiber that will keep your body in the best shape for the long run. 212 more words


LoveHER: Stay Healthy During the Holidays!

Delicately purposed for the nation’s Black women; brown girls, black girls; light-skinned, brown-skinned, and dark-skinned:

 It’s the time of the year when families, friends, colleagues, and loved ones gather around to enjoy food, laughter, and thankfulness. 335 more words


HN Inspiration: Mirna Valerio & the Redefinition of "Looking Healthy"

This month’s HN Inspiration is Mirna Valerio, mother, distance runner, and writer of Fat Girl Running. We find Mirna to be an inspiration because she challenges the stereotypes of fitness and health and provides a powerful example to others. 877 more words

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HN Kitchen: Salmon w| Roasted Tomatillo Sauce Over Asparagus

Need a quick & healthy weeknight dinner? Try this classic baked salmon recipe with a twist!


1 bunch fresh asaparagus

3-5 Salmon Filets, Skin On… 157 more words


Need to Know: Who's the Champ?

Today marks the American Cancer Society’s Great American Smokeout, an annual event designed to encourage smokers to kick the habit once and for all. For those of us in public health, it’s a pep rally of sorts where we launch cessation tools into the crowd instead of t-shirts, and huddle up to devise new strategies that will give our team the upper hand in the fight to quit. 599 more words


HN Kitchen: Vegetable Soup

Fall is here!, but apparently my CSA (community supported agriculture) group didn’t get the memo. They keep sending me summer vegetables, so I keep using them (lol). 172 more words