Health

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Milwaukee County program offers mothers a "Healthy Start"

Published July 5, 2020

Healthy Start, which seeks to reduce and ultimately eliminate maternal child-health disparities for Black women in Milwaukee, began last year as a result of a five-year, $5 million grant from the Department of Health and Human Services, Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service reports.

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Protect your skin when gardening

Published May 9, 2020

May is National Skin Cancer Awareness Month and a busy time for gardening and other outdoor activities. Gardening provides many benefits, but like any outdoor activity, it's important to protect yourself from the sun's damaging rays.

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How to overcome anxiety day-by-day

Published Feb. 27, 2020

Due to the response from sharing parts of my journey with anxiety, I decided to do a solo podcast for the first time ever to really open up about my history with anxiety, what caused me to make a change and the specific tactics I have used to get better.

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The true story behind the invention of inoculation in America

Published Feb. 20, 2020

Every year for Black History Month, Judge Derek Mosley posts daily tributes on Facebook that provide information about remarkable African-Americans who were excluded from mainstream history. Today, learn about the history behind inoculation in America.

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How to (still) make 2020 your fittest year yet

Published Jan. 21, 2020

After personally going to F45 the last several months, loving the workouts and culture they've built, and seeing results, I wanted to bring Wade Ritchie and Tasha Tyriver on the podcast this week to break down proper goal setting, diet and fitness.

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Facing my biggest foodie fears: My candid experience with GenoPalate

Published Jan. 16, 2020

As a food writer, the idea of taking the GenoPalate test struck a bit of (potentially irrational) terror into my soul. I love food. And I love almost every type of food. What if I found out there were foods I needed to eliminate? Or that my ideal diet shouldn't include cheese? Wine? Oysters? Or worse?