Emergency medicine physician Dr. Arabia Mollette discusses the importance of not using fear as a determining factor for the COVID-19 vaccine, plus she shares a little-known fact about a Black man who saved the city of Boston after introducing the process of inoculation.
What the Health Is Going On? Debunking Postpartum Myths with Dr. Dion Metzger
Can postpartum symptoms start six months to a year after birth? Dr. Dion Metzger, a board-certified psychiatrist and professor of psychiatry at Emory University School of Medicine, puts our knowledge of postpartum to the test. Now, if you or someone you know is struggling with postpartum depression, please call 1-800- PPD-MOMS or 1-800-944-4774.
Teyana Taylor Hospitalized After Pushing Body Too Far on Tour
Teyana Taylor found herself hospitalized after pushing her body to the max while on tour. Plus, we’re hopping on the social media trend and finding out what our names mean according to Urban Dictionary!
Comparing Pain Thresholds: Is a Woman’s Emotional Limit Too High?
Is a woman’s emotional threshold too high or could a man’s be too low? We weigh in on why it seems women can handle emotional turmoil better than men.
Parents Claim Fertility Clinic in Los Angeles Mistakenly Implanted Their Embryo in Another Couple!
The process for would-be moms is already stressful enough, so imagine finding out your fertility clinic mistakenly implanted the wrong embryo inside of you! Tell us: If you decided to sue, what price would you put on this kind of mix-up?
Don Benjamin Talks the Stigma of Emotionless Men: ‘Being Vulnerable Is Not Corny’
Influencer, actor, and entrepreneur Don Benjamin weighs in during Influencers Week about the stigma of emotionless men. He also opens up about the struggle some men have with vulnerability and offers tips to those who want to be more open but aren’t sure where to start.
Tami Roman Reveals She Suffers from Body Dysmorphic Disorder: ‘My Self-Image Was Annihilated’
In an emotional reveal, guest co-host Tami Roman opens up about her 13-year diagnosis with body dysmorphia. Plus, she shares when the disease started and what effect hearing “you’re too skinny” ACTUALLY has on her mind.