Fitness & Nutrition

We always talk about getting enough sleep.  But a new article on says there are actually SEVEN different types of rest we need. According to, here are all seven, and what they mean . . . Physical rest, either passive or active. Passive includes sleeping or napping.  Active means things like getting a […]

We have now become well aware of the fact that teen vaping has become an epidemic. According to the CDC, teen vaping has grown so much that in just one year, e-cigarette use among middle schoolers increased by 48 percent and among high schoolers by 78 percent. Wow! Are you struggling with a teen who […]

Whoopi Goldberg is getting in to the weed selling business! Whoopi Goldberg is the latest entrepreneur to join the medical marijuana game! Whoopi started a line of products for women suffering from menstrual cramps. The line is called Maya & Whoopi. Maya Elisabeth is the co-founder. They’ll offer a balm, a liquid extract, a bath soak […]

This year’s Radio One Radiothon raised an incredible $27, 176 for Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus, OH!  Thank you to all who participated, volunteered, and donated for making this happen!  

  This cold and flu season, try reaching for relief in your refrigerator instead of the medicine cabinet! Even better than getting over a cold quickly is preventing yourself from catching one to begin with. Building up your immune system is key and eating the right foods is an easy place to begin. Start with […]

Some athletes are turning to an alternative liquid other than energy drinks. They’re relying on human breast milk for boosting energy and overall health. Only the Breast and Human Milk 4 Human Babies are two sites where a number of athletes buy the milk for $2.50 an ounce. Anthony, a 30-something-year-old from Queens, New York […]

African-Americans frequently look towards race and economic factors as our biggest challenges, but there are self-inflicted problems that are literally killing us. The recent and untimely deaths of Heavy D and Patrice O’Neal has made the health issues that arise from being overweight very hard to ignore. According to HuffPost, obesity is a “full-blown crisis […]

The word casserole is also used for the food cooked and served in such a vessel, with the cookware itself called a casserole dish/pan. Here are great steps to making a splendid hamburger casserole. The ingredients you will need: 1 ½ to 2 lbs hamburger Lawry’s seasoned salt 2 cans tomato soup 1 can water […]

Casseroles are simple quick easy go to meals for working adults. Here is a turkey casserole with wild rice that will be great for dinner and even better for lunch the next day! Ingredients: 2 ½ cups water 1 cup uncooked wild rice ( brown rice can be used) 4 cups cut-up cooked turkey 1 […]

Submitted to courtesy of Celebrity Chef, Kai Chase: As the personal chef to legendary musical icon Michael Jackson and his children, Chef Kai revels in the memorable dining occasions he and his children shared together. With June 25th 2011 marking the 2nd anniversary of Michael Jackson’s passing, Chef Kai celebrates his legacy and supports […]

Recipe courtesy from the kitchen of Celebrity Chef Kai Chase Michael Jackson’s Chef, Kai Chase: “Making Time For The Family Table” “The star of any authentic Mexican menu has got to be the guacamole! No matter how you slice it, it’s chunky and creamy smooth texture gives an outstanding performance all by itself. Before I […]

Parents and concerned people across the country are voicing their opinion on the recent campaign for Skechers Shape Up  for Girls. The campaign targets young girls only which has people speaking out because of what this message may translate to girls.  Although, some may feel this is a good thing and may support the First […]