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Uber launches the "No Mask, No Ride" campaign to protect riders and drivers from coronavirus.

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You may be ready to head back to the salon, but there are a few things you need to keep in mind before you make an appointment.

Just when we thought it might be OKAY to go outside and maybe have a summer coronavirus said aht aht. After months in the house and a brief opening we are now getting prepared to be back bored in the, in the house bored with another lockdown looming over our summer. With many other countries […]

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It is never too late for you to decide to change your eating habits and work to improve your health.

  “Lupus is not some distant disease,” Gabrielle Davis, founder of Lupus Sistas, tells Black Health Matters just days before the Black Health Matters Summit. In fact, lupus is an urgent matter. “It is rampant in the black community. It is having devastating effects on women, specifically black women.” It is with this same passion that Davis, […]

Claude Tellis and Kareem Cook hope to end treatable disease-related deaths among Blacks through clean and healthy eating.

10. Go vegan or organic & start reading the ingredients on everything. Just keep this in mind–clean eating doesn’t have to be boring. I hate when people ask me what do I eat when I say I’m vegan. I eat food. Duh. And no–I don’t just eat fruit and veggies all day. I go to […]

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is known for his lively, fun-loving personality–but that doesn’t mean he hasn’t had his share of darkness in his life. He just recently opened up about his secret battle with mental health after suffering from depression for decades. It’s a huge reminder that we don’t always know what people are going […]

Dr. Kimberly Smith, ViiV Healthcare’s Vice President of Global Medical Strategy, is clear that we should all know our status right now!

“No matter how indestructible we look like we are, we’re all human at the end of the day.”

Black millennials are shattering the old taboos in the Black community about mental health.