EBONY - A recent study reveals that African-American women are more likely to die of breast cancer not due to genetics, but because of racial disparity and inequality in health care...
To promote awareness of breast cancer in her community, Rochelle Mosley, owner of Harlem’s Salon 804, created her own pink-themed campaign. But for the hair salon owner, rather than just promoting any product, her awareness item involved dressing her client's tresses -- with pink.
A recent report published on Forbes.com reveals that women of color, regardless of class, are disproportionately affected by critical health issues affecting U.S. women.
The net result is that Prime Time Sister Circles are helping ladies like McAlpine address the health care disparities that disproportionately affect African-American women, in part by providing the emotional support that helps relieve stress.
From MadameNoire.com: A new study shows that the negative effects of discrimination and racism can last a lifetime, beginning when a child is still in the …
Tocarra, who we last saw searching for love on her show, The Ultimate Merger, has come under scrutiny for not only her love life, but also her weight gain.
theGRIO REPORT - Jordin Sparks revealed her radical 50 pound weight loss on the cover of Shape magazine on newsstands now.
theGRIO REPORT - The journal Pediatrics has reported that obesity in black women has an association with sexual and physical abuse in childhood, according to the Los Angeles Times.
FRUGIVORE - It looks like Michael Pollan and your great grandma were right again: the less processed your food is the better it is for you. Whole milk beats skim. Whole wheat bread beats white. Virgin, unprocessed coconut oil is amazingly good for your health.
theGRIO's 100 - Toni Carey and Ashley Hicks are the founders of Black Girls Run!, a website that provides tips and resources for black female runners of all levels...