Polio Is Back. Here’s How to Keep Yourself Safe — TIME

Until recently, polio had been a relic of history in the U.S. Once a scourge that paralyzed or killed up to tens of thousands of children every year, the U.S. declared the disease officially eradicated in 1979, thanks to widespread vaccination. But polio is back. On July 21, the New York State Department of Health…

Polio Is Back. Here’s How to Keep Yourself Safe — TIME

6 Unusual Self Care Hacks To Cleanse Your Spirit, Body & Space — HelloBeautiful

Source: Delmaine Donson / Getty Self-care. We hear the word tossed around more than ever, given today’s bleak political and social landscape. But taking care of yourself shouldn’t be just a daily buzzword. It’s imperative, especially with so much going on in the world today, from the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic to the growing Monkey Pox health…

6 Unusual Self Care Hacks To Cleanse Your Spirit, Body & Space — HelloBeautiful

Google to Automatically Delete Location Data When Users Visit Abortion Clinics — TIME

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. — Google will automatically purge information about users who visit abortion clinics or other places that could trigger legal problems now that the U.S. Supreme Court has opened the door for states to ban the termination of pregnancies. The company behind the internet’s dominant internet search engine and the Android software that…

Google to Automatically Delete Location Data When Users Visit Abortion Clinics — TIME

The Perspectives to Read on Roe v. Wade Today — TIME

This article is part of The D.C. Brief, TIME’s politics newsletter. Sign up here to get stories like this sent to your inbox. Around Washington and across the country, the immediate clang of the fall of Roe v. Wade came roaring on Friday morning with echoes reverberating in ways that no one has yet to…

The Perspectives to Read on Roe v. Wade Today — TIME

One Million Americans Have Died From COVID-19. Here Are Some of Their Stories — TIME

One million people have died of COVID-19 in the U.S. Each death was more than a number: It was a lost parent, child, partner, or other loved one. The pandemic has affected us all, but certain groups have suffered disproportionately throughout it. TIME spoke with three people who lost family members to the same devastating…

One Million Americans Have Died From COVID-19. Here Are Some of Their Stories — TIME

Listen To Black Women: Why Do People Feel Comfortable Criticizing A Black Woman’s Body? — HelloBeautiful

In this episode of Listen to Black Women, co-hosts Chris Miss, Jessie Woo and Shamika Sanders are joined by special guest Sesali Bowen to discuss society’s sense of entitlement when it comes to discussing and policing Black women’s bodies. Miss asks the group why people are so comfortable commenting on the bodies of Black women,…

Listen To Black Women: Why Do People Feel Comfortable Criticizing A Black Woman’s Body? — HelloBeautiful

‘Lift Your Pearls & Check Your Girls’ Initiative Encourages Black Women To Take Action Against Breast Cancer

According to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation, breast cancer cases declined 40 percent in the past 30 years. Despite medical advancements in treatment and screenings, significant disparities in mortality rates continue. 

‘Lift Your Pearls & Check Your Girls’ Initiative Encourages Black Women To Take Action Against Breast Cancer

No Longer “Missing” Kelly Price Reveals That She “Flatlined” While Battling COVID-19 In The Hospital — The Urban Daily

Kelly Price reveals she almost lost her life while battling COVID-19.

No Longer “Missing” Kelly Price Reveals That She “Flatlined” While Battling COVID-19 In The Hospital — The Urban Daily