Shop Black-owned skincare and haircare brands at Blk +Grn – Yahoo Lifestyle

Read full article Our team is dedicated to finding and telling you more about the products and deals we love. If you love them too and decide to purchase through the links below, we may receive a commission. Pricing and availability are subject to change. Although there are many places to buy skincare and haircare… Read More

Argentine lawmaker suspended after kissing woman's breast during virtual session of congress – Sports Grind Entertainment

With global cases of COVID-19 topping 32 million this week, and the disease having so far claimed more than 984,000 lives, the urgency of producing a vaccine has never been clearer. Yet in the United States, where vaccine skepticism has long been brewing, the Trump administration’s rush to secure an effective vaccine, dubbed “Operation Warp… Read More

Women'S Sportswear & Fitness Clothing Market Size and Share 2020 Covid-19 Impact Analysis by Sales Revenue, Future Demands, Growth Factors and Drivers, Emerging Trends, Competitive Landscape and Forecast to 2026 – The PRNews Portal

Women’S Sportswear & Fitness Clothing Market has recently added by Qurate Research to its vast repository, report focuses on the COVID19 Outbreak Impact analysis of key points influencing the growth of the market. Industry further market size, manufactures, types, applications and key regions focuses on the consumption of Women’S Sportswear & Fitness Clothing in these regions. This report also studies… Read More

Senior Monitoring & Evaluation and Learning Country Support Advisor – ReliefWeb

Note: This position is advertised through multiple USAID Advancing Nutrition consortium partners and is fully seconded to the project. Qualified applicants are encouraged to apply through the single (1) organization they are most interested in working for. Submitting applications through more than one (1) consortium partner is prohibited and could result in disqualification. SCOPE AND… Read More

21st Century Eugenics: Reproductive Injustice at the Border – Ms. Magazine

A version of this article originally appeared in the Daily Hampshire Gazette. “The uterus collector” is what detained migrant women called the gynecologist working at the Irwin County Detention Center, a privately-run Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) facility in Ocilla, Georgia. Over the last four years, the Trump administration has committed horrific human rights violations against… Read More

'My 600-Lb. Life's' Coliesa McMillian Dies At Age 39 After Surgical Complications – Women's Health

Coliesa McMillian, of the TLC show My 600-Lb Life, has died at age 39. On the show, Coliesa called her heart a “ticking time bomb.” Her family says she died after experiencing complications after undergoing surgery. Months after news broke that Coliesa McMillian was seriously ill, her family announced that the My 600-Lb Life star… Read More

Ascension St. Joseph hospital opens separate emergency department for pregnant women – Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

CLOSE Buy Photo Diedra Gray of Milwaukee, a soon-to-be mom, talks to Nubia Rojas, left, a patient navigator and social worker, and Sharthedria Crawford, center, a patient navigator and community health worker, at the Women’s Outpatient Center-Ascension St. Joseph Hospital in Milwaukee. The pair make sure mothers have what they need to be successful parents… Read More

This 30-min Strength & Stretch Workout Will Build Muscle and Mobility – Women's Health

Ah, the squat. The bread-and-butter move is the holy grail of leg and glute-building exercises, and forms the basis for so many others – and it’s also pretty easy to get wrong. ‘A lot of people struggle with squatting because they lack range of motion and/or strength in these joints,’ says Dr Ailish McLaughlin, who… Read More

Coffee: Good for You or Not? – WebMD

In general, studies show that despite caffeine’s bad reputation as a stimulant, caffeinated coffee does not seem to raise the risk of developing high blood pressure — or worsen existing blood pressure problems. In fact, coffee consumption has been linked to lower risks of developing heart disease, as well as other serious conditions. The list… Read More

Coronavirus in Context: Minority Communities Hit Hard by the Pandemic – WebMD

Coronavirus in Context: Minority Communities Hit Hard by the Pandemic Video Transcript [MUSIC PLAYING] JOHN WHYTE: You’re watching Coronavirus in Context. I’m Dr. John Whyte, Chief Medical Officer at WebMD. Today, I have a very special guest, my good friend, the dean and president of Morehouse School of Medicine, Dr. Valerie Montgomery Rice. Dr. Montgomery… Read More