hello all, I hope everyone is doing good and being safe and I wanted to let you all know that I just updated my blog so check the music section, the general information section, and the gallery section. thank you for visiting and have a safe bless day.
Food Health: American Indians and African Americans experience diet-related disparities and have poor nutrient, the disparities they experience is high in fat, saturated fat, low in fruit, vegetables and whole grain. we need a better diet we need to eat more healthy, eating all these wrong things can lead us into depression and it can […]
I was doing some research few weeks ago and I read something that was interesting to me, I never thought about it before and that is prescription medication linked to depression and after I read that my mind started filling up with all kind of stuff, my mind was over-driving thinking about that cause I […]
Music Therapy For Depression- Music is central to our societies today, different cultures used music both in their daily lives and to uplift their spirits. Music Therapy Is An Evidence- Based Practice. Some Ways Music Therapy Can Help: Expressing Feelings Promoting Wellness Enhancing Memory Managing Stress Improving Communication Boost The Imagination And Creativity Music Can […]
High Blood Pressure known as Hypertension is connected to mental health in many ways, here are some factors that can increase your risk of Hypertension and some steps to lower your Blood Pressure. Risk Factors: Caffeine Prescription Medications Cough and Cold Medication Licorice Medical Racism Racism Lifestyle Risk Factors: eating a high salt, high fat […]
intro: the reason I wanted to do this presentation is that before the pandemic, there was an epidemic in mental health already, and at the start and through the pandemic there a huge rise in mental health- because of various reasons- mandatory lockdown meaning we could not go anywhere, everything was shut down, a lot […]
Association Tennis Club and Monumental Tennis Club, D.C., Baltimore WHILE Black universities, including nearby Howard, offered tennis to students from the 1890s, the first known invitational for Black amateurs kicked off in 1898 at Philadelphia’s Chautauqua Tennis Club. But it wasn’t until the United States Lawn Tennis Association (USLTA) — the pre-cursor to the United […]
Jimmie McDaniel (September 4, 1916 – March 8, 1990) was a Black American tennis player. He was a four time American Tennis Association singles champion. He was said to be the “greatest black player of the pre-war (WWII) era.”  Jimmie was raised in Los Angeles where he attended Manual Arts High School. His father Willis McDaniel was a former baseball player in the Negro leagues who […]
happy Monday! I updated my music, general information and gallery sections, check them out and have a good day!