The president of the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists (AACE) , Dr. Sandra Weber joins me to discuss the impact of Coronavirus on people with diabetes.
New York City is America’s ultimate melting pot. You can’t go a city block without sharing the sidewalk with people of every color. But these days, being in the city of Lady Liberty feels not just unwelcoming, but scary, particularly if you happen to be Asian. Because of the linkage of the coronavirus, or COVID-19, to China, the disease has become associated with East Asians of any type, regardless of whether you have even the faintest possibility of being infected.
John Wang, President /CEO of the Asian American Business Development Center, Inc. (AABDC) which he founded in New York City in 1994 talks with me about an article he wrote about the impact that Covid 19 has had on the Asian American community.
Millions of women in the U.S. search the internet or flock to their favorite store for the perfect red, lipstick. While their “mainstream” red lipstick may look perfect, they may not realize that perfection comes at a cost to their health; Madame Athena Chang, ASE Beauty Chief Education & Intelligence Officer; International Health and Wellness Expert and I talk about what could be in your lipstick.
Life throws us curveballs, doozies, roadblocks, and if we are lucky, we get a few lay-ups, but sometimes you have to take unexpected approaches to adversity in order to win.
When thinking about my personal ab routine or what I may give to my clients, I usually break it down by dynamic vs. isometric. You may ask, what’s the difference?
“Stop criticizing and judging yourself and start a journey of self-love and self-acceptance.” These words popped out at me in a recent email from Hay House, a publisher of books to nurture one’s soul and to encourage living life to the fullest. The words resonated so powerfully with me because this is a choice I […]
Since COVID-19 was declared a global health emergency, Facebook has been working closely with global and national health authorities to
As of MARCH 25, 2020 | 1:46PM
|Total Number of Positive Cases in New York State||30,811|
Data from Department of Health
Arva Rice, the President and CEO of the New York Urban League (NUL), talks to Audrey about the history of the NUL in New York City and the Young Professionals
Life throws us curveballs, doozies, roadblocks, and if we are lucky, we get a few lay-ups, but sometimes you have to take unexpected approaches to adversity in order to win. The past few weeks have been a rollercoaster, more specifically they’ve been other people’s catastrophes that I found myself quickly sucked into because helping others is […]
So much talk, not enough action. We see it all the time. Yet, those who are considered non-committal or called worse like “all over the place” or “scatterbrained” (sometimes even glorified as the “multi-hyphenate”) are the smartest and most driven people I know. When you have multiple interests, you have countless skills and diverse experiences […]
The pressure to succeed is real. Whether we admit it or not, we want most of the things we tell others that we don’t care about. There is often a feeling of uncertainty that comes along with not knowing if you can or will accomplish the things that we desire. Literally, “can we become as great […]
What’s your health goal? Actually, what’s your life goal and how can being healthy make that better? The answers are endless, because we want it all – strength, tone, endurance, vanity, blood results on our annual physical that make our doctor proud. There’s no magic pill, solution or app that’s going to make us the […]
Simply put it just feels good to be loose and limber before a workout. Incorporating integrated flexibility training into your program will offer you a ton of great benefits, so if you do not dedicate time to stretching maybe some of the following benefits will convince you, as they range as follows: Performance Enhancements Increase […]
Nothing is more frustrating than putting all efforts into losing a few inches, then we roll out of bed and on to the scale and nothing happens. Don’t worry you are not alone, and you are also not the only one who unknowingly could be reading the situation completely wrong! Weight can fluctuate daily due […]
We are now in generation fit, where everyone and their mother, father, aunt, brother, sister, and cousins are looking to get help getting healthy. When the suns a blazing and pool parties start happening, we are willing to try anything to look good. We work out, we diet, we cleanse, we contour, and in some […]
History came full circle when descendants of Julius Rosenwald met a granddaughter of Harris Barrett. Julius Rosenwald was born in 1862 while Abraham Lincoln was president. Rosenwald was the son of German immigrants. He dropped out of high school to apprentice with his uncles who were major clothing manufacturers in New York City. By the time he was 30, he
In the town where Booker T. Washington and Dr. George Washington Carver flourished, Rosa Parks was born and the Tuskegee Airmen thrived, there is even more history to appreciate. Just meander down South Main Street and see the vestiges of a bygone era; flashbacks to a time when southern aristocrats ruled Tuskegee and projected their […]
We can all agree on this: the right and responsibility to vote. Voting stirs many thoughts and emotions. It is an appropriate “Rite of Passage” for the teens, who can finally voice their opinion in elections. For others it is a “civic duty.” In Tuskegee, discrimination made voting a clarion call to battle.
We write about Guy’s week-long visit to the Marshwood School District in South Berwick and Eliot, Maine in May. The mission was to present African-American history to five South Berwick schools in five days, and with an incredible out-pouring of effort, planning and resources, it actually took place. I can only I can only say, Wow! This was my second time
A dialogue on race between a small group from South Berwick and a small group from Tuskegee began in Alabama and continued six months later in Maine.
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