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Health and Wellness

This category talks on Black health & wellness, what works for a black person might not necessarily work for people from other race. good health within the African community is of great essence most especially these times with the wellness industry growing faster than ever, and so many discoveries by health professionals, unfortunately, it still lacks the diverse representation that is needed to spread these messages far and wide.

it is, therefore, very important that we update you on, dangers, risks and things that may threaten your black wellness and also advice on what keeps us safer and make us live stronger and longer.

Black Excellence! Nigerian Artist, John Amanam Produces Realistic Human Body Parts

A Nigerian artist, John Amanam, has dared to use his craft to solve a real life problem. He is a graduate of...

Eyes That Look Great And How To Get Them.

The skin around our eyes is very telling: It crinkles up when we smile and laugh, but it swells and darkens when...

PepperPot: A Caribbean Taste Wonder

Caribbean cuisine is a fusion of African, Creole, Cajun, Amerindian, European, Latin American, Indian/South Asian, Middle Eastern, and Chinese. These traditions were brought from many different countries when they came to the...

Keke Wyatt Shows Off Her Tenth Pregnancy

Keke Wyatt is remarkably making her 10thpregnancy look incredibly easy. She’s been active on social media, making regular appearances at events and even...

Three Plants That Relieve Menstrual Cramps

A lot of women endure horrifying pain during their menstrual period. Dysmenorrhea, which is also called menstrual cramps is a very common...

Kenya Innovates, Develops first Breast Milk Bank.

Kenya innovates, develops its first breast milk bank. As part of efforts to help...

KENYA UNVEILS MALARIA VACCINE

Kenya on Friday unveils the world’s first malaria vaccine, joining Ghana and Malawi to roll out the landmark vaccine for the disease that continues...

HEARTBEAT

Nestled in the chest between two lungs and protected by the ribs and breastbone, lies the heart. This muscular organ about the size of your...

Trans Visibility And Feminist Sisterhood Been Fought For By Kuchenga, a London- based Zimbabwean Jamaican trans feminist

Kuchenga On Fighting For Trans Visibility And Feminist Sisterhood Kuchenga, London- based Zimbabwean Jamaican trans feminist is a writer, an agitator and an avid consumer of all culture high...

Why African Babies Don’t Cry.

Why African Babies Don't Cry: An African Perspective by Claire Niala I was born and grew up in Kenya & Cote d'Ivoire. Then from the age of...