Garcelle Beauvais embraces her natural hair and talks about “good hair”

March 9, 2020

The magazine Hype Hair features a radiant Garcelle Beauvais on its March cover. In a sit-down chat with Hype Hair, Beauvais discussed why she has recently embraced her natural hair. It was actually at the recommendation of Kimberly Kimble, her hairstylist, when Kimble told Beauvais to “stop relaxing.” And “relaxing” didn’t have anything to do […]

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Obamacare set to be challenged at Supreme Court

March 7, 2020

The Affordable Care Act – often referred to as Obamacare – was enacted 10 years ago. However, the Supreme Court looks set to hear a challenge to the healthcare act, which provided millions of Americans with insurance, when it begins its next term in the fall. A decision on the challenge to repeal Obamacare is […]

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Help for medical debt surging across the nation

March 4, 2020

Many people these days are confused by high dollar medical debt. Why am I saying “confused” instead of using words that people commonly hear like “angry” or “broken”? People have been misled by the healthcare and collection industries. They’ve been taught that their medical debt, and associated damage to their credit scores, are completely normal […]

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This Flu Season In Monroe County Has Taken 10 Lives

March 4, 2020

New Yorkers are all shaken up by the latest and only confirmed case of the Corona virus in the state, but right here in Monroe County we still have to worry about the flu. According to the Monroe County Health Department, the total deaths in Monroe County has reached 10 this flu season. My question […]

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Mayor Warren opposes mandatory sex education for kindergarteners

February 29, 2020

Proposed legislation that could affect the entire state of New York would make sex education mandatory for students beginning in kindergarten. Rochester’s Mayor Lovely Warren sent a letter to Albany to voice her opposition, which echoes what many parents also believe. Not only does Warren think the “government should not be pushing for that at […]

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3 Things to Know about Coronavirus Masks

February 28, 2020

The Corona Virus aka #Covid19 has a lot of us wondering what we can do to keep ourselves safe. Washing your hands with soap and warm water for at least 20 seconds is the first thing we should all do to prevent the spread of any virus or flu. I also keep hand sanitizer in […]

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Serena Williams has a “Secret”

February 26, 2020

At the February 2020 MAKERS Conference in Los Angeles, Secret Deodorant announced its partnership with Serena Williams. These two collaborators will work toward promoting gender equality in sports, further boosted by their pledge of $1 million toward this goal. Since Secret debuted in 1958, the company has been a long-time supporter of women’s rights and […]

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Lifestyle Legend Barbara “B.” Smith Passes away at 70

February 24, 2020

Lifestyle, Model, Restauranteur, Author and TV Show Personality Barbara “B.” Smith passed way in her Long Island home Saturday Night. Smith was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s in 2013. She work with her husband Dan Gasby, to bring more awareness about Alzheimer’s in the African-American community. They Co-authored, “Before I Forget: Love, Hope, Help, and Acceptance in […]

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New York Flu Season Hasn’t Reached Peak Despite High Number of Cases

February 14, 2020

New York State officials are saying the flu season has not yet reached it’s peak in the state. The week of February 8th the state has more than 17000 confirmed cases of the flu and that’s just one week of cases.  Governor Andrew cuomo says this is the highest in weekly cases within the last […]

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Give Plasma

February 13, 2020

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