CEO Auntjuan Wiley celebrates AIDS Walk’s 11th anniversary

By Malik Brown / June 25, 2022

Content creator Kalen Allen discusses taking part in new HIV campaign

By Malik Brown / June 23, 2022

Studies show that chemical in Black hair products can increase cancer risk

By Malik Brown / June 15, 2022

Attorney Corey Minor Smith shares strategies to help others with mental health

By Malik Brown / June 11, 2022

If you recently bought strawberries, throw them out; here’s why

By Malik Brown / June 2, 2022

Tomeka Cherry and Dr. Juan Lacayo discuss the impact of migraines

By Malik Brown / May 21, 2022

7 powerful mental health tips for Black people

By Malik Brown / May 10, 2022

Black women are still dying from childbirth in 2022; why?

By Rolling Out / April 20, 2022
The brain can suppress unwanted memories - and sounds an 'alarm' if one slips through the net, according to a new study. (Steve Chatterley/Zenger)

Brain can block unwanted memories and sounds alarm if 1 slips through net

By R.O. Read / April 19, 2022
Marlene of Yoga on the Move Berlin warms up prior online stream session in her home on March 25, 2020 in Berlin, Germany. Small businesses are trying ways of offering services for clients in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. (Photo by Maja Hitij/Getty Images)

Brain fitness: Exercise helps mental health, according to new research

By R.O. Read / April 18, 2022

Jamie Foster Brown attends grand opening of ‘DOPE Healing’ in McDonough, Georgia

By Jonell Whitt / April 18, 2022

Dr. Melissa Clarke gives insight on the next potential vaccine method

By Rashad Milligan / April 16, 2022
A man with a golden shovel on top of a large white brain marble sculpure by Jan Fabre, 'Anthropology of a Planet' is pictured during the The Brain exhibition at Bundeskunsthalle on January 31, 2022 in Bonn, Germany. (Photo by Andreas Rentz/Getty Images)

Smart talking: People who are bilingual have brains that stay young longer

By R.O. Read / April 15, 2022
Hajime Shimada shows off his newly purchased Apple Watch outside boutique store, Dover Street Market Ginza on April 24, 2015 in Tokyo, Japan. The Apple Watch launched globally today after months of publicity and pre-orders. However the smart watch was not sold from Apple stores but from a handful of upscale boutiques at select locations around the world in a bid to position the watch as a fashion accessory. Apple has been directing people to order online preventing the long lines usual seen with the launch of iPhones and iPads. (Photo by Chris McGrath/Getty Images)

Heartening news: Smartwatch apps can detect irregular heartbeat

By R.O. Read / April 12, 2022

Dr. Katherine Brown’s love for community is helping to save lives

By Kymberly Amara / April 9, 2022

DeKalb County continues incentivized vaccinations as 2nd boosters arrive

By Rashad Milligan / April 5, 2022

Rachel Mangrum’s 100-pound weight loss journey birthed her wellness business

By Lerae Funderburg / March 31, 2022

Yale graduate student Nassim Ashford working to reduce Blacks’ health disparities

By Malik Brown / March 14, 2022

A medical nightmare resulted in a dream business for Kentaya Beeler

By Christal Jordan / March 4, 2022

Dr. Lynae Brayboy shares why ‘Clue’ is the go-to source for period tracking

By Malik Brown / February 28, 2022