Adult Sleep Duration

Young adults and adults (ages 18-64) need at least 7 hours of sleep each night. Previous reports have included maximum amounts of sleep (usually 9 hours); however, there has been some debate about what is considered “too much” sleep. More so, sleep duration should be individualized for each person. If you have had at least […]

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Book Review: Blackness Interrupted: Black Psychology Matters

“Ethnic minorities are more likely to experience risk factors such as poverty and poor health that ultimately spark mental health issues. Yet, only 1 in 3 African Americans who need mental health care receives it. “ Tamera Gittens & Nicόl Osborne Blackness Interrupted: Black Psychology Matters is a book that addresses the gaps in psychology […]

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Book Review: Reflections of an Anxious African American Dad by Eric L. Heard

“An irrational thought can spiral into unreasonable actions that can affect the next generation’s ability to heal” Eric L. Heard The Reflections of an Anxious African American Dad is about a father wanting to share with his son how his experiences as an African American have impacted who is today. The author hopes that this […]

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COVID-19

Good Afternoon, I hope all is well. Today, I just wanted to share some facts about COVID-19 (commonly known as coronavirus). I want to do a better job of sharing health tips and facts on here. COVID-19 is still new; scientists and medical professionals are still trying to figure it out. I encourage you all […]

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The Roadmap to Success

2019 is on the horizon, and if you are like me, you are happy and slightly anxious about what is in store. However, there are some who are sad and worried about the new year because 2018 was awesome. There is also the possibility that 2018 was horrible and you do not want another year […]

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