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Mikki K. Harris is a multimedia journalist whose images have been featured in USA Today, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution,  Newsday, The Philadelphia Inquirer, Sports Illustrated and New York Daily News, among other media outlets, and exhibited at The Studio Museum in Harlem, New York. With a bachelor’s degree in economics from Spelman College and a master’s degree…

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Kerry Washington is suffering from “a lot of anxiety and stress.” The “Scandal” alum opened up on her current mental health status on Twitter, where she responded to a fan who questioned why she always seems to tweet in the early hours of the morning. She wrote: “I’m having a hard time sleeping. Lot of…

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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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By Monica Bey In my early 20s, I accomplished what almost every young, post-college adult dreams of: I landed a corporate job that paid well and gave me incredible opportunities for advancement. But there’s a cost. After spending so much time grinding my way to the top, I found myself stressed out, not able to…

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Living My Best Life by Lil Duval became a cultural anthem. Many felt empowered with the idea of not allowing people to “stress them out unnecessarily.” However, if stress can be avoided or managed, this is our primary goal for living a stress-less life. We all manage stress differently. Therefore, it is important to understand your…

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Zen: Meditation & Sleep Reduce stress and anxiety with this popular app. It provides deep sleep music as well as morning meditation music to start your day with positive energy. Calm This app was ranked as a #1 health & fitness app in 2018 for sleep, meditation and relaxation. Offers guided meditations, stretching exercises and…

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It’s the holiday season — a time that can create more stress and sickness than usual. Remaining healthy in a culture of technology-induced convenience, fast food and minimal physical activity is essential to our prosperity as a community. Technology, if used responsibly, can change the health statistics of our community by fighting stigmas, providing resources…

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Kim Kardashian West claims Kanye West is causing her to go grey. The”Keeping Up With the Kardashians” star — who has children North, 5, Saint, 2, and 3-month-old Chicago with her rapper husband – has discovered a silvery strand in her hair and joked it was triggered by the recent controversy surrounding the”Famous” hitmaker. Speaking…

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March is Women’s History Month, a month dedicated to showcasing women who are making a difference. Rolling out had the opportunity to chat with Dr. Shelia D. Williams, a business consultant and author of My Mother’s Keeper. Tell us about your business. I’ve had both personal and professional highs and lows in my life. Having…

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At first, I felt guilty and embarrassed to tell this story. But I did it anyway, telling myself I have a right to self-care. Setting firm boundaries takes practice and determination. I had to learn to stop allowing anxiety and low self-esteem stop me from taking care of myself. Sometimes the strongest people are the…

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Dr. Anthony Oro, professor of dermatology at Stanford University, recently told Good Housekeeping, when it comes to gray hair, there is a 50-50-50 rule. “Fifty percent of the population has about 50 percent gray hair at age 50,” with Caucasians going gray faster than any other race. And, if you’re a redhead, your ginger mane goes…

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The Holiday season can bring on mixed feelings for people: joy, appreciation, love, STRESS. Sometimes, simple adulthood can bring awareness of the season’s stress as well. This stress could include traveling, cooking holiday dinners, hosting house guests and family and a ton of other responsibilities that can turn the merriest elf into a Grinch. The financial…

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The 2016 presidential race to the White House is our new normal. It is not simply about a campaign for one candidate, but also a vote against the other candidate. With the focus more on defeating the opposition than supporting one’s own party, it has been very personal, very intense and increasingly volatile. Americans are…

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Nobody ever tells you that along with your dream job comes high-stress levels, anxiety and a boss that frequently pays you a visit in your nightmares. Feeling tired and overwhelmed on a daily basis from your extensive workload can begin to take a toll on your body and in some cases lead to major health…

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As the year comes to an end, many people across the nation are taking a break from work until 2016. However, there is a multitude of people who will have to continue to work throughout the holiday season. Although it isn’t necessary to take a break between Christmas and New Year’s Eve, it is necessary to…

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Many people, but African Americans in particular, are watching to see what will come of the criminal charges the six officers of the Baltimore Police Department are facing. Others say what about the violence that plagues urban communities across America every day. When will someone do something about that? Why does it matter? Is all…

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(Photo credit: Tito G Photography) The world consists of two types of energy: positive and negative. As human beings, our bodies absorb positive energy from pleasant or happy experiences or negative energy from pain or stress. As it relates to our well-being or health, my experience in life has led me to believe that positive…

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