Friday, July 21, 2017

HEALTHIER YOU: What to expect when it’s time to push ‘pause’

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On the (Belly) Button

WELL WOMEN OF COLOR | Rosalind Brooks

July 12, 2017 by Las Vegas Black Image Magazine  
Filed under Health

Getting and Staying Healthy is a Family Affair Spending time with our families and staying active are both important to our lives. We get a psychological boost from hanging out with the people we love, and regular exercise not only helps maintain healthy weight — it can improve our overall health, reduce stress, and may [...]

HEALTHIER YOU: On the (Belly) Button

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On the (Belly) Button

WELL WOMEN OF COLOR | Rosalind Brooks

June 11, 2017 by Las Vegas Black Image Magazine  
Filed under Health

Drop by Drop: How fat enters your body When you eat food that contains fat, it goes through your stomach and intestines. Large fat droplets get broken down into even smaller droplets, increasing the fat’s surface area. The fat, thru a series of chemical reactions in the gall bladder, pancreas and intestinal lining, is released [...]

HEALTHIER YOU: Preventing Teen Pregnancy

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Preventing Teen Pregnancy

HEALTHIER YOU: Dealing with infertility

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Taking care of our health in the new year

HEALTHIER YOU: Pain & Endometriosis

March 20, 2017 by Las Vegas Black Image Magazine  
Filed under Extra, Health

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Taking care of our health in the new year

HEALTHIER YOU: All in the family

February 13, 2017 by Las Vegas Black Image Magazine  
Filed under Health, Highlights

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Taking care of our health in the new year

HEALTHIER YOU: Taking care of our health in the new year

January 17, 2017 by Las Vegas Black Image Magazine  
Filed under Extra, Health

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Taking care of our health in the new year

HEALTHIER YOU: HIV prevention should be a top priority for African-Americans

December 12, 2016 by Las Vegas Black Image Magazine  
Filed under Health, Highlights

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HIV prevention should be a top priority for African-Americans