Addressing Minority Health
Healthy equity means that everyone has the same equal opportunity to be as healthy as possible. One’s ability to access food and health care should not be based on race or socioeconomic status. However, due to social, economic and environmental disadvantages, several minority groups do not have access to healthy food options, healthcare and insurance, and fair access to employment.
Self-Care For An Introverts' Mind, Body, & Soul
Taking care of yourself physically, mentally, and emotionally is essential for everyone. However, some things that work as self-care for extroverts – like relaxing with a group of friends – might not work for introverts.
Books To Boost Your Mood & Aspirations
The current health care crisis appears to be grinding the world to a halt. So, if the intense pressure of working remotely, homeschooling and maintaining a shred of self-care is starting to take a toll, know you are not alone.
The Recycling Issue In The U.S.
Recycling is defined as the collection, breakdown and reuse of items that are thrown away in order to turn them into new products. In America, in 15 million tons of waste was recycled. That number rose in 2012 to 87 million tons, accounting for 34.5% of all U.S. waste.
Why Therapy Is So Important
Universally, there is still a stigma circling the topic of mental health. And luckily, it has been getting more shine recently due to the #MeToo and #BlackLivesMatter movements, and even celebrities being more open about their own battles with mental health. However, even talks of therapy are still a taboo subject in the Black community.
Wellness Begins With A Healthy Brain
The human brain is arguably the most important organ in the body. It’s function is to make us feel human. This powerhouse allows us to coordinate actions and reactions, think and feel, and enables us to have memories and experiences.
Are You Getting Enough Sleep?
Did you know World Sleep Day is on March 13th? Have you even heard of World Sleep Day?
Here’s Why You Should Go Natural
The natural hair movement has been growing and evolving and it’s a beautiful thing to watch! We have been waking up and embracing our kinks, coils, and curls. More and more women are walking in their truth and being their authentic self. We’re all moving towards more self-love.
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