Posts tagged "women's health"

Throw Away Your Scale! 5 Fitness Tips That Work

Throw Away Your Scale! 5 Fitness Tips That Work
By Caprice O’Bryant Caprice O’Bryant is a certified personal trainer, nutrition specialist and Owner of Excuse Free Fitness, Inc. 1.   Believe in yourself: When on a journey to becoming the healthiest version of you, believing that you can achieve your goals is the first step. YOU matter. It’s important that YOU consistently eat right and... Read more »

Does PINK for the Cure Ignore the Poor?

Does PINK for the Cure Ignore the Poor?
I WAS MURDERED by the System By Erika Bracey If you are reading this blog, I am dying. I’m not dying  because cancer rippled through my body and destroyed every living organ, I am dying  because I couldn’t afford to stay alive. I had insurance but not enough to complete my treatments. I was prescribed... Read more »

The Road to Essence Festival is Coming!

The Road to Essence Festival is a collection of four mini-festivals that promote and pay homage to the 20th anniversary of the Essence Festival. The event launched in Atlanta today, where Colgate TOTAL hosted “A TOTAL Conversation” that featured panelists Colgate TOTAL’s Dr. Catrise Austin, Dr. Alison Riddle Fletcher, Dr. Aldun Tartt,  Essence relationship editor... Read more »
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Hey Gladiators in Suits: October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Hey Gladiators in Suits: October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month
  By Tania Brown You’re a Gladiator in a Suit, and you may be juggling kids, activities, a career and maybe a spouse but becoming proactive about breast cancer awareness can mean the difference between life and death. I’m very passionate about breast cancer awareness and prevention because my mother survived it twice; in the... Read more »

Work Life Burnout? 6 Secrets of the Balanced Mommy

By Tania Brown The Balancing Act—Life & Family Today, many of us are involved in a balancing act of sorts between work and life. Undoubtedly, we love our children, spouses and families but it is very easy to get lost in the shuffle and become overwhelmed. Most weeks, I find myself somewhere between cello lessons... Read more »