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Figuring Out Your First Insurance Plan After Getting Off of Your Parents' Insurance (161 hits)
There will come a point where you are no longer eligible to be on your parent’s insurance. Usually, this is when you turn 26, though there may be some exceptions. When this happens, you may be scrambling trying to figure out what to do because you do ...
Posted Wednesday, November 24th 2021 at 2:48PM
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Natural Strategies for Anxiety Management (368 hits)
Having anxiety does not always require prescription medication to be a part of management and coping. There are multiple methods that you can use to prevent and reverse some of the symptoms of anxiety disorders. Some of them, like minding your diet a ...
Posted Tuesday, October 26th 2021 at 1:46PM
by: Anica Oaks | post comment
4 Ways Students Can Stay Energized While Studying (556 hits)
If you have an extended study session and you have a hard time staying energized when you study for long periods, there are many things you can do to stay awake and focused. Consider these four top techniques to ensure that you have the energy to get ...
Posted Wednesday, October 13th 2021 at 5:33PM
by: Brooke Chaplan | post comment
How a Psychic Reading Can Help You Navigate Life's Challenges (957 hits)
Unfortunately, no one is exempt from the struggles and challenges that this life throws at us. Those challenges become harder when you feel as though you have no one to talk to or no direction for your life. Where can you turn for guidance and unders ...
Posted Tuesday, September 7th 2021 at 3:35PM
by: Anica Oaks | post comment
Maintaining Your Health At College (819 hits)
College can make it hard for you to stay healthy. You will have to spend a lot of time studying and going to class. However, it is important to take time out for your own wellness. There are several things that you can do in order to maintain your he ...
Posted Tuesday, August 24th 2021 at 12:36PM
by: Kara Masterson | post comment
7 Ways to Develop Your Emotional Intelligence (1488 hits)
You’ve likely heard the term “emotional intelligence,” which was first used in 1990. Emotional intelligence is commonly described as the ability to perceive, evaluate, and manage emotions in others and ourselves. Many experts consider it to be a bett ...
Posted Monday, July 12th 2021 at 11:39PM
by: Nicole Rankine | post comment
What You Should Have Before You Talk to Your Lawyer About a Personal Injury Case (1238 hits)
A personal injury is an injury caused to a person due to carelessness, wrongful conduct, and negligence of another party or person. According to NCHS, about 39.5 million people suffer unintentional injuries. However, many of the people suffering the ...
Posted Thursday, June 17th 2021 at 6:19PM
by: Lizzie Weakley | post comment
Chef Dennis Develops Plant Based Food Culture at Dillard University (3040 hits)
Chef Dennis Dunn comes from a small town in Louisiana where his family grew their own vegetables. His upbringing makes perfect sense, given the revolution he’s currently leading at one of the nation’s most prestigious historically Black institutions, ...
Posted Tuesday, June 8th 2021 at 5:51PM
by: D'Juan Hopewell | post comment
HIV-AIDS Has Not Gone Away! (1277 hits)
I just completed a 4-day online introduction entitled, "The Faith Response to End the HIV Epidemic in Marion County Education Series." I was invited to participate by Masjid Al-Mumineen in Indianapolis. I had lived in Indianapolis during the early 1 ...
Posted Friday, April 30th 2021 at 3:23PM
by: Ibrahim Siddiq | post comment
Silja Fröhlich, If You Can’t Write The truth About The Origin Of African Diseases, Then Stop Writing False Articles (1847 hits)
On February 25, 2021, a publication entitled “Could Africa's taste for bushmeat trigger the next pandemic? Written by Silja Fröhlich, a German journalist, appeared as an online publication in a German newspaper (Deutsche Welle). Reference: htt ...
Posted Sunday, March 14th 2021 at 11:49AM
by: Joel Savage | post comment
Why Governments Worried About Fake News But Not About False Health Articles (1775 hits)
Worldwide, especially, European and American governments, have taken into consideration how fake news is misleading, causing anxiety, fear, and destroying our society, therefore, leading to the declaration of war in an effort to subdue the purveyors ...
Posted Sunday, March 14th 2021 at 11:46AM
by: Joel Savage | post comment
The Color of Medicine: The Story of Homer G Phillips Hospital (2408 hits)
The Color of Medicine; The Story of Homer G Phillips Hospital is an eye opening, historic documentary, that illustrates the value and impact of the HBCU on Black History at a time when the placement of black medical students graduating from Howard Un ...
Posted Friday, February 19th 2021 at 3:54PM
by: Nea Simone | post comment
Kim Jong-Nam's Death: Why African-Americans Have To Take Our Health Blog Very Serious (2455 hits)
Kim Jong Nam, assassinated by Bio-warfare product Since the Dutch scientist, Johan Van Dongen and the German Dr. Wolff Geisler have been studying about Bio-warfare in Africa and based on research had documents of bio-weapons in a form of dis ...
Posted Saturday, November 14th 2020 at 2:00PM
by: Joel Savage | post comment
Men and Women of Honor Radio (2451 hits)
Men and Women of Honor Radio is moderated and sponsored by the following contributors: Carlos Martin, Beverly Black, Alan Black, and Denise August. This episode is moderated by Beverly Black. Today's Honoree is Keshia L. Williams, author of Jour ...
Posted Wednesday, October 28th 2020 at 1:54PM
by: Beverly Johnson | post comment
How to Handle Acne as a College Student (2516 hits)
If you’ve suffered with acne in your teenage years, it’s not uncommon to expect your acne to dissipate as you enter your adult years. Unfortunately, adult acne numbers continue to rise. When you’re in college, it can be such a stressful, chaotic time ...
Posted Wednesday, September 30th 2020 at 11:30AM
by: Anica Oaks | post comment
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