Megan Thee Stallion released a website filled with resources to assist with mental health. National Suicide Prevention Month is coming to a close this week, and the Houston Hottie is here to remind her fans that “bad b*itches have bad days too.” Check out the website inside. Megan Thee Stallion debuted her second studio album, […]
The FDA sends out a warning on NyQuil Chicken after a strange social media trend goes viral. Check out the unusual TikTok trend inside.
The "soft life" trend is the topic of discussion across every social media platform. Read 8 ways to embrace a soft life inside.
The World Health Organization declares monkeypox a global public health emergency, and not just for the LGBTQ+ community. See tips inside.
Roe v. Wade was overturned by the Supreme Court today. Read more about how we feel about the decision inside.
Happy International Day of Yoga! We spotlight WalkGood LA, an impactful non-profit organization in LA curating space for Black and Brown people. Read more inside.
As Mental Health Awareness Month comes to a close, we want to share some practical practices to improve mental health.
April is full of national days to celebrate including National Gardening Month. What better way to kick off the springtime than with sprouts and shoots of a garden. To celebrate, we curated a list of easy and helpful tips to start gardening. Read more inside.
March is National Colon Cancer Awareness Month, and the Colorectal Cancer Alliance has announced a partnership with Charlamagne tha God, Brandon “Jinx” Jenkins, Vashtie and Mel D. Cole for campaign focused on increasing screening and prevention for “the Preventable Cancer”.
Cannabis prevents Covid? According to a recent laboratory study, cannabis compounds prevented the virus that causes Covid-19 from penetrating healthy human cells. Read more details inside.
The season 2 finale episode of Taraji P. Henson’s Facebook Watch show, Peace of Mind with Taraji, features singer Chloe Bailey and beauty influencer Okaysophi opening up about how online bullying has affected their mental health.
Issa Rae’s satirical true-crime podcast, “We Stay Looking” has a total of eight episodes available to stream. Many of the episodes discuss critical topics within the Black community, specifically episode three, which tackles the ongoing health crisis of Black maternal health disparities. Read more inside.