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LoveHER: King v. Burwell, the Affordable Care Act & Black Women--What’s the Connection?

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

On June 25, 2015, the Supreme Court ruled in King v. 354 more words


HN Kitchen: Butternut Squash Mac & Cheese

Happy National Macaroni and Cheese Day!

When I was growing up I didn’t want ANY macaroni and cheese that wasn’t my mother’s. It didn’t matter if you speckled yours with pieces of gold, it still got side-eyed. 358 more words


Breathe, Stretch Shake: Miami's Guide to Free Yoga

At some point in your life, you have probably vowed to take charge of your health and be a better, more fit you. Most likely, you then realized just how expensive… 291 more words


HN Kitchen: Korean BBQ Pulled Pork Sliders

Your average barbecue sauce boasts artificial ingredients, added sugars, high salt, & preservatives. To me, those all sound like perfect motivation to make your own sauce where you can control the ingredients. 278 more words


Skipping sleep might raise your cholesterol—but only if you’re black

A team including two Howard University professors teased out the peculiar result from responses to one of the nation’s largest health surveys.

Add this to the perils of being black in America: Too little shut eye may not only leave you irritable and groggy—it might also give you high cholesterol. 563 more words

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Heart Health is Continuious

Heart Health is a Lifestyle Change

Hearts of Color, Inc is an informative and educational organization focused on encouraging healthy preventative lifestyle changes for minority women as it relates the #1 Killer of women, heart disease. 101 more words

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