• April is National Minority Health & Health Disparities Month

    April is National Minority Health & Health Disparities Month.  The 2021 theme is #VaccineReady. As recognized by the HHS Office of Minority Health, the COVID-19 pandemic has disproportionately impacted racial and ethnic minority communities and underscores the need for these vulnerable communities to get vaccinated as more vaccines become available.  America still has a long way to go when it…
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    3 Ways You Can Rock 2021 No Matter What Comes Your Way!

    If 2020 has taught us anything, it is that we cannot control the future. The Overused Word of the Year Award goes to…”unprecedented”! Yes, how many times a day did we hear commentators, journalists, commercials, company CEO’s, pastors, principals, and presidents say this word? Well, it was indeed a year that never ceased to astound us from one day to…
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    Three ways to jumpstart your pantry makeover

    It is only since moving into our first home together that I have gotten to experience the euphoria of owning a proper pantry.  I mean, yes I’ve had cupboards and shelving systems over the years, but there is something so wonderfully dramatic and domestic about walking into a closet full of food, appliances and kitchen wares.  I’ve become a master…
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    Quarantined from Quarantine- A Poem

    Tired from fear exhausted by energy spent sterilizing, organizing. now bathing when you first arrive. before hugs, before consuming,  after fasting. feels like its been forever since seeing my sisters. life is zooming by. life is Zoom. this was supposed to be  much needed reality  check. but no end in sight. desperately in need of a quarantine from this quarantine.
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    5 Ways I’m Fighting Covid-19 Anxiety

    It has been 4 weeks since our nation has been turned upside down from the Corona virus pandemic. Day by day and state by state, government officials have either enforced stay-at-home rules or encouraged social distancing to help flatten the curve. As an independent family physician, I had been going to work treating sick patients without protective equipment every day.…
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