Health and Wellness
Black Americans choosing a healthier lifestyle and exercise is a healthy opportunity for Black families and Black communities to reverse many of our illnesses that historically was known to be hereditary.
We are retraining our thoughts, habits, and culture and getting back to the basics of healthful eating. Black Americans looking for nutrients from plant foods will change our lifestyle for health-promoting options like whole grains, fruit, nuts, seeds, and vegetables, packed full of beneficial fiber, vitamins, and minerals. Changing our lifestyle will save our lives.
The one thing people who seek love rarely consider is this: it all starts with YOU. How can you expect someone else to love you if you don’t love yourself? You can only Read More
With the holiday season around the corner, many of us will eat more from Thanksgiving to the New Year than we have eaten all year. One thing that we must be mindful of after Read More
New York Assemblyman Nadar Sayegh and retired Police Captain Sonia Pruitt join the Black Westchester Crew for a continued conversation on the proposed Mention Cigarette Ban Read More
Friday, Oct. 7, 2022, Blacks in Law Enforcement of America and former Mayor of Mount Vernon Andre Wallace, will host a community panel, “Is the Menthol Cigarette Ban Read More
While many people know to look out for signs of coronary artery disease, few are aware of the symptoms of peripheral artery disease, called PAD. Like coronary artery disease, Read More
We all want to be responsible parents. After all, that’s the job we signed up for. With that responsibility comes a legal, moral and ethical requirement that we do what Read More
On Wednesday, August 3, 2022, Lane Cobb invited Black Westchester’s AJ Woodson to co-host her weekly talk show, Race Talk Revolution. The topic Black Male Mental Health. Read More
There has been a recent push back to Paster T.D. Jakes, Bishop of The Potter’s House in Dallas, Texas, delivered a Father’s Day message titled “Real Read More
On Wednesday, July 13, 2022, Lane Cobb invited Black Westchester’s AJ Woodson to co-host her weekly talk show, Race Talk Revolution. The topic was Closing the Gap in Read More
There has been a troubling silence on the health and well-being of Black men. There is a need to sound the alarm on improving black men’s health and the health Read More