Protecting the babies
February is International Prenatal Infection Awareness Month, where we also turn attention to the risks that infectious diseases can pose to unborn babies.
Cervical cancer: Saving lives with screening, early detection
January is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month, a time for one of two important reminders: that our yearly pap smear test is overdue, or we are right on target with our health care. Hopefully, you are celebrating the latter.
Remembering a humble and gracious man, a Las Vegas businesswoman recalls an unexpected meeting with Nelson Mandela
There is so much to be thankful for
Resolve to protect yourself
With the holidays upon us and the year drawing to a close, I want to issue a reminder about one of the best gifts you can give to yourself: Steering clear of sexually-transmitted diseases.
Care and caution can make all the difference
It is said that the autoimmune disease lupus most commonly occurs in women during their childbearing years.
Finding the strength within
Las Vegas goes to ‘The A-List’
Spotlighting some of Las Vegas’ finest performers with “The A-List Open Mic” at Station Casino’s Fiesta Rancho Club
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Tragically, breast cancer is one of the leading causes of death in black women. It is not that we are more prone to the disease than other ethnic groups, but unfortunately too many African-American women are not diagnosed and treated until the disease has reached advanced stages.
Love must be unleashed for peace to come through its door.