After watching What The Health, like many of those who have seen it, I am rethinking my food choices. This is not the first time that I have been here. While I understand that the film has a sensationalized, pro-vegan tone, I also feel that it presented legitimate and well-research food for thought. This is my post What the Health reflection: In 2012 , I watched Food Inc. as a homework assignment for an Anthropology of Eating course that I was taking. In addition to my natura
I am honored and humbled to announce that my MSW/MPH Capstone project titled, Evidence and Feasibility of Implementing an Integrated Wellness Program in Northeast Georgia, was published today in the Health and Social Work! As evident in the OrgANNic Wellness brand, mission and service line, I am passionate about integrated wellness services that address all aspects of well-being. The abstract from my project is below: Evidence for the connection between physical and mental he
At midnight on Friday, June 30, 2017, Jay-Z released his 13th studio album, 4:44. There has been an abundance of publicity, articles and think pieces surrounding the album. Some believe the album to be a response to Beyonce's iconic "Lemonade" as some of the lyrics confirm and offer an apology for infidelity. The album shows us a more personal, vulnerable Jay-Z and explores many psychological, political and racial themes. This is a stark difference from Jay-Z's past projects
It's Minority Mental Health Month! I am so excited because I am passionate about mental health and as a black woman, minority mental health is personal. Stayed tuned for new content about minority mental health! Have any suggestions? Let me know! I look forward to talking about this topic with you! Image courtesy of NAMI Massachusetts.