Nicole Lemelle's Blog Last Entry:Exercise and MS (2013-12-03 12:46:13) There are obvious benefits to exercising for healthy individuals; there are also benefits of exercise to those with MS.
Jeff Carroll's Blog Last Entry:Why we want to be Players - An excerpt from The Hip Hop Dating Guide (2013-10-30 10:30:27) I remember one of my friends asked me which came first, the Player or the Golddigger? I said more than likely they began at about the same time.
Alexander Avila, Ph.D.'s Blog Last Entry:Love Secrets From King Solomon: Song of Songs (2013-10-29 18:10:34) It is said that King Solomon of ancient Israel had 700 wives and 300 concubines. In other words, he probably had a lot of in-law problems, to be sure. But, he also must have learned quite a bit about love and romance
Rhonda Peters' Blog Last Entry:Be a gladiator and "fix" your fitness dilemma by jumping rope (2013-10-24 20:58:32) Jumping rope is one of the most effective exercises that you can do if your desire is to improve your heart's health and tone multiple parts of your body.
Beautiful Black Hair Last Entry:A Hair Tale (2013-08-20 16:37:01) There are so many little black girls who have long, thick, healthy hair that grows without a problem. Once the straightening begins, however, watch out!
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College professor, author, national media celebrity and speaker
Civil rights activists and HIV advocates
HIV/AIDS activist and public speaker
Hip Hop's First Dating Coach
Editor-in-chief of Real Health
Writer, activist, and a person living with multiple sclerosis (MS)
Certified Nutritional Counselor
Real Health Staff
Masthead musings on Real Health
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Dr. Jason Diamond
Board-certified facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon and head and neck surgeon
Dr. Marilyn Calvo
Star of TLC's hit reality TV series, 10 Years Younger, and is a dentist
President and CEO, Black AIDS Institute
Fitness and health writer and teacher
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