Study Links Permanent Hair Dye And Straightening To Breast Cancer, Particularly Among Black Women

A new study from the National Institutes of Health finds that women who use permanent hair dye and chemical hair straighteners are at a higher risk of developing breast cancer — and the risk is particularly Continue Reading →

Mayor Office Announce New Partnership Connecting Library Patrons To Mental Health Resources

The Mayor’s Office of ThriveNYC and The New York Public Library (NYPL) today announced “Spaces to Thrive,” a new partnership to promote mental health across the city and connect Library Continue Reading →

Eating Late At Night Could Lead To Poorer Heart Health In Women From Harlem To Hollywood

Avoiding a late-night snack can be difficult for many consumers, but a new study conducted by researchers from the American Heart Association (AHA) could have many women rethinking their nighttime Continue Reading →

Department Of Consumer And Work Protection Releases Report Examining Language Access Services In The Debt Collection Industry

Department of Consumer and Worker Protection (DCWP) Commissioner Lorelei Salas (pictured) today announced the release of a report titled “Lost in Translation: Findings from Examination of Language Access by Debt Continue Reading →

Celebrating Sacred To Secular: The Writings Of Dr. Marta Moreno-Vega Discussion, Dance And More

The Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute is pleased to present Celebrating Sacred to Secular: The Writings of Dr. Marta Moreno-Vega a program exploring the African roots of the popular Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Marcus Samuelsson And Others At New American (Arts) Festival In NYC

Today, ticket sales go live for New American Economy (NAE)’s inaugural New American Festival, a groundbreaking event celebrating immigrant contributions to American art, food, film, comedy, fashion, and more on Continue Reading →

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