Making Strides Against Cancer with Chevrolet SS PaceCar

Chevrolet's specially themed pink "Making Strides Against Breast Cancer" SS Pace Car debuted on Friday August 29, 2014, at Atlanta Motor Speedway in Hampton, Georgia....more

Makeup For Women Over 40+

For about 10 years I've been using Lauren Hutton's makeup line.  I don't know if you've ever heard of it, she doesn't do a tremendous amount of marketing, but I heard about it somewhere (maybe More magazine, I'm not sure) several years ago and decided her theory of makeup made sense so I tried it and have been hooked ever since....more

How Many Women Get Breast Cancer and What Are We Doing About It:

Barron’s Medical Journal Reporting from Prairie View A&M University School of Nursing, Houston Medical Center Houston, Texas ...more

Running Scared

I have written blogs about running before, which is weird, because it's just really not my thing.  Running, that is.  Writing is, in fact, my thing.  If I could sign up for a writing marathon, I would.  And if writing would make me healthy and strong, I'd be in tip-top shape!   (Well, almost, because I need to write more, too, but that's another story.) ...more

My Boobs are Trying to Kill Me, So I'm Saying Goodbye to Them

I have breast cancer. Actually, I have Invasive Lobular Carcinoma. Here’s how it started. Two days after my surgery my doctor called to let me know the results were in and they weren’t good. My husband was shocked. He had no idea what to say....more

Not For Size For Substance “The Best NAACP Meeting In 103 Years” The Affordable Health Act

Not For Size For Substance “The Best NAACP Meeting In 103 Years” The Affordable Health Act NyTimes & Hybrid Medical Media spent this week at the 103rd Annual NAACP Meeting in Houston Texas to ask the question, Now that The Affordable Health Act has cleared the Supreme Court how will act effect the people that support the NAACP. For the purpose of the article and easy math lest say that in 2010 there are one million Doctors office in the USA and lest also say that there where two million patients that visited the one million Doctors offices. Now that the Affordable Act has...more