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Have a Kid With Food Allergies? Going Lactose or Gluten Free? New App Lets You Scan Food for Contents

By Briyahna Rice   If you have food allergies,  Celiac disease or are just living wheat or lactose free, now there’s an app to help simplify food shopping. Simply scan the bar code of the product and the new app, Ipiit –The Food Ambassador, will tell you what’s in it.  Every person with a food allergy understands […]

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National Popcorn Month & Halloween Come Together! –Oh YES! Great Ideas for You

Looking for a great Halloween craft or gift idea? If pumpkin carving isn’t your forte, decorate a popcorn ball instead!! Genius! Check out the 3 1/2 gallon 3-flavor popcorn tins, great gift ideas, Popcorn Decorating Kits and more  from The Popcorn Factory!  You can thank us later! 🙂  

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#BBW2015: Kimberly Goes Inside Her Story with Jacque Reid on TJMS!

Kimberly goes Inside Her Story with Jacque Reid on Tuesday on the Tom Joyner Morning discussing the 3rd Annual National Black Breastfeeding Week and the first ever national coordinated Baby “Lift Up”, which place in several cities- Including Detroit, Atlanta, Brooklyn and more- on August 29th at 3PM EST. Click here to listen.    

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After McKinney: What Can Black Parents Do? Listen Here: Jacque Reid & Kimberly Seals Allers on the Tom Joyner Morning Show

No parent can watch the now viral video of the police interaction with black youth after a pool party in McKinley, Texas without cringing. And possible crying. Beyond our upset and tears, what must black parents think about, do and say to their children to possibly (emphasis on POSSIBLY) prevent another situation. Jacque Reid (@JacqueReid) […]

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Need To Reduce Your Kids’ Screen Time?? Check Out These Screen-Free, Radio Broadcasts Your Kids Will Love!

Good news parents! A new, weekly broadcast is being hailed as NPR for kids. It’s screen free and educational. Check out Alex Gordon Radio  which features musical content, news stories, young reporters and new episodes every Monday! Subscriptions start at $4.00 for one month. You’re welcome!

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Books We Love!: CHILD PLEASE, How Mama’s Old-School Lessons Helped Me Check Myself Before I Wrecked Myself

We love a good parenting take, especially one from a smart and savvy black perspective. That’s why we just heart the new book by journalist and parenting expert, Ylonda Gault Caviness. Foregoing the politically correct safe zone, Caviness takes a refreshing perspective to reveal the hard and fast rules of being black in America, including […]

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Fit Family: 6 Simple Ways to Keep Your Child Healthy

by Esther Animalu, contributing reporter Between 16 and 33 percent of children, as well as adolescents, are obese. Obesity is among the easiest medical conditions to recognize but the most difficult to treat. Unhealthy weight gain due to a poor diet and lack of exercise is responsible for over 300,000 deaths each year, according to […]

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Dear Elena Medo: You Can’t Claim to Support Black Breastfeeding and Attack Black Breastfeeding Advocates; Now Detroit Moms Have Spoken

I have been quiet long enough. Dear Ms. Medo, Nobody likes a bully. Or a hypocrite. Or someone prone to bending the truth into a version that suits their own agenda. But sadly, you are repeatedly showing yourself to be definitely a bully and clearly a hypocrite with revisionist tendencies. Let me explain. As a […]

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Planned Parenthood & BET Host Breast Party Ever For Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Did you know that according to Susan G. Komen statistics, breast cancer is the most common cancer and is the second leading cause of cancer death to African-American women, exceeded only by lung cancer? In 2013, and estimated 27.060 new cases of breast cancer and 6,080 were expected to occur among African-American women. Planned Parenthood […]

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Campaign Aimed to Improve Breastfeeding rates in kansas

In 2011, Kansas ranked 42nd nationally when surveyed by the Center of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on their hospitals’ (statewide) efforts to encourage mothers to breastfeed. Dr. Robert Moser, Kansas Department of Health and Environment Secretary stated “We have a lot of room for improvement,” on Thursday at the Kansas Health Summit on Breastfeeding. […]

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