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Black Owned Health products brand receives investment from Magic Johnson

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Naturade partners Kareem Cook and Claude Tellis, want to bring the plant-based revolution to those who need these products the most—the urban communities and food deserts that are underserved by the natural products industry. Now, Naturade is announcing the next big step in making that a reality: They have partnered with Earvin “Magic” Johnson Jr.…

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Black Sculptor creates dark skin prosthetics to boost patients’ confidence

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John Amanam is a 32 year old creative sculptor and former movie special effects expert from Nigeria. His knowledge of art has helped him produce hyper-realistic prosthesis of several body parts including the ears, nose, fingers, toes, and legs. He was inspired by a cousin who lost several fingers in an accident. “I was thinking…

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Black Inventor Creates Underwear to help patients with Catheters and Leg Bags

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Brian Mohika BSN, RN (and a United States Air Force veteran) is a nurse , inventor and founder of CathWear, an all-in-one catheter management system built into a comfortable, high-quality unisex brief. While working as a specialist in Interventional Radiology, Brian Mohika would hear consistent complaints from patients who had drains placed inside of their…

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Couples, Inc. : Joe and Karina Own “Renewed Wellness Integrative Medical Center”

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Dr. Joe Taylor and Dr. Karina Sharpe-Taylor are the owners of Renewed Wellness,  where their primary focus is on chiropractic and regenerative medicine. We caught up with them to find out how they manage being partners in business and in life. How did you meet each other? We met in chiropractic college in Port Orange, Florida. …

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25 Black Owned Yoga Studios #NAMASTE

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Regular yoga practice has been shown to have tremendous physical, mental and spiritual health benefits. We’ve compiled a list of Black Owned Yoga Studios for you to support. Let us know which others we should know about! Black Owned Yoga Studios Embraced Yoga (Washington D.C.) Anacostia Yogi (Washington D.C.) Spiritual Essence Yoga (Upper Marlboro, MD…

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First Black-Owned Urgent Care Center opens in Chicago

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Premier Health Urgent Care, the only urgent care facility in the Southside’s Hyde Park neighborhood, and the only Black-owned urgent care possibly in the city of Chicago has opened for business. With a commitment to providing affordable, convenient community care a portion of profits from the center will be donated to the Project Outreach and…

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12 Black Owned Juice Bars You Should Know

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The $2.2 billion a year Juice bar industry is growing due to an increased focus on healthier consumption of fruits and vegetables and recent changes in dietary habits. Go out and support these Black owned Juice bars that are promoting healthy living. Black Owned Juice Bars iGet Juiced (Snellville, GA) Sage Juice Bar & Cafe…

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Pastor Blends Faith and Farms to end Food Insecurity in Black Churches

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Several years ago, Rev. Heber Brown III decided he needed to do more than pray. The now 38-year-old pastor at Pleasant Hope Baptist Church in Baltimore, Maryland, noticed more members of his congregation were suffering from diet-related illnesses. In Baltimore City, one in three residents is obese and 12 percent has Type 2 diabetes — two conditions that disproportionately…

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These Entrepreneurs Open The First Breast Cancer Boutique in the D.C. Area

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Cherry Blossom Intimates offers intimate-wear for breast cancer survivors and women who seek proper bra fit in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. It is the region’s first medical custom prosthetics and lingerie store of its kind. Jasmine Jones, chief operating officer for Cherry Blossom Intimates and former Miss D.C. USA 2016, said this store “would…

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Daughters of the Diaspora is teaching young Black women about Reproductive Health

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When Shanaye Jeffers was in fourth grade, she often skipped touch football and double-dutch jump rope at recess to read a book on puberty. In fifth grade, she jumped at the chance to do a school project on childbirth. By the time Jeffers got her period in sixth grade, she was already well-versed in reproductive…

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