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Azealia Banks set off alarm on social media when the rapper insinuated in several tweets that she is ready to end her tenure on Earth and check out. The controversial “Ice Princess” femcee, 29, who may be known more for her myriad of rap beefs than her music career, frightened her fans when she wrote…

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Join rolling out’s Health IQ and AARP for an important health discussion on Men’s Mental Health on Tuesday, August 4, 2020 at 6pm EST. Featured panelists include Janet Taylor, MD, MPH, Community Psychiatrist; Kevin Dedner, Founder & CEO of Henry Health; and Ugo Iroku, MD Gastroenterologist. Tune in as this discussion will inform our community…

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Jaden Smith is “stressed about everything.” The 22-year-old singer and actor admitted he “never really knew what anxiety was” until recently, but now his worries are “through the roof,” and amid the coronavirus pandemic he knows he’s not the only person to feel that way. Speaking to Zane Lowe on Apple Music, he said: “The…

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Kanye West is reportedly refusing to see his wife, Kim Kardashian. The “All Day” hitmaker has sparked concern in recent days with a string of erratic social media posts and a bizarre appearance at a rally for his presidential campaign in South Carolina — during which he wept hysterically as he and his spouse had…

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Tamar Braxton‘s boyfriend David Adefeso says she is receiving treatment to address her “struggles and strengthen her mental health” following a suspected overdose last week. The 43-year-old singer was rushed to hospital on Thursday night, July 16, 2020, after she was found unresponsive by Adefeso at the Ritz-Carlton Residences at LA Live in Los Angeles,…

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Rihanna‘s foundation has donated more than $15 million to mental health services. The 32-year-old singer has pledged the huge sum from her The Clara Lionel Foundation in collaboration with Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey‘s #StartSmall initiative, amid the coronavirus pandemic. A statement from Rihanna’s foundation reads: “Racial injustices perpetrated by systems built to keep people safe…

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Faced with the COVID-19 pandemic, growing unemployment, loss of family members and police brutality, the past couple of months have been undeniably overwhelming. The uncertainty that many of us are facing right now can lead to, anger, sadness, anxiety and a world of other emotions. Although the news and social media can be trusted sources…

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Health care social worker Kayla Jackson says she believes that while we can’t control the coronavirus, we can control how we choose to deal with it. Joining rolling out’s CEO Munson Steed on a recent segment of Health IQ, Jackson said some individuals are experiencing increased anxiety and stress, but learning to deal with these…

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The COVID-19 pandemic has caused an abrupt change for millions around the world. Social distancing, economic concerns, and overall physical well-being can lead to mental health issues. Due to the swift change of life, it’s important for people to give themselves the time to make an adjustment to this new normal. The things that usually…

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