Home » Archives by category » HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES

This alarming study just sparked a fierce debate about screen time and teen mental health

By Rebecca Ruiz Being a teen today means wrestling with how social media and screens shape the very essence of your identity. The anecdotal truth is that both can tear you down as quickly as they build you up; …read more

By Selena Hill Independent music artist and entrepreneur Taylor Bennett is partnering with Urban Outfitters to give back to homeless youth this holiday season. The 21-year-old Chicago native, who happens to be the younger brother of hip-hop star …read more  

Continue reading …

By Alisa Gumbs Ida Keeling’s life story is rife with motivation. The 102-year-old began working at age 12 to help provide for her immigrant family, lived through the Great Depression and the civil rights movement, raised four children as a single mother, and then set world records as a runner—in her 90s. …read more

Continue reading …

By Karima Mariama-Arthur, Esq. Psychologist Dr. Samantha Madhosingh is the founder and CEO of ElevateHER, an organization serving women leaders by providing key strategies to rewire their brains, achieve mindset mastery, maximize communication and relationships, and ultimately create a legacy of lasting wealth. …read more

Continue reading …

By Alison Main The largest recreational marijuana store in the country just opened what it claims is the first fast food-style weed drive-thru. NuWu Cannabis Marketplace aims to serve customers in less than a minute from the time they place their orders from their cars,  …read more

Continue reading …

By Associated Press The International Federation of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies said it was “outraged” by what it had uncovered, and was strengthening its efforts to fight corruption, including introducing cash spending limits in “high-risk settings.” …read more

Continue reading …

By nursealice What just happened to #WendyWilliams? This wasn’t planned! OMG! pic.twitter.com/Pi7TKs0mBv — O Girl Media (@OGirlMedia) October 31, 2017 Who was watching Wendy Williams on Halloween and gasped when she took a tumble? …read more

Continue reading …

By Daniel Arkin Dicamba, a powerful weedkiller that some farmers spray on soybeans and cotton fields, has become a divisive issue in Arkansas and other Heartland states. …read more

Continue reading …

By Maggie Fox The Trump administration’s move to let more employers opt out of providing free birth control could lead to more abortions. …read more

Continue reading …

By Maggie Fox The growth of mosquitos that can carry disease, mental health issues and mold are a few of the health problems left in the wake of Hurricane Harvey. …read more

Continue reading …
Page 1 of 21123Next ›Last »