According to a recent study by Science Magazine, black and brown folks on average take longer to fall asleep and wake up when compared to their white counterparts. These discrepancies lead to major health concerns like heart disease, cancer, and diabetes.
It’s the Holiday season, which means our carefully nailed-down routines get tossed out the window for adjusted holiday schedules and family coming into town. In this edition of Healthy Ever After, Erica Campbell gives us some tips on staying healthy through the seasonal shake-up. Of course, avoiding too much harmful food and drinks throughout a […]
In this edition of Joy Living, Erica Campbell and guest-host KevOnStage talk about the importance of rest. The enemy uses our tiredness against us, Erica explains. When we are tired, we become grumpy, irritable, less aware, and a whole host of other characteristics that make us more susceptible to danger. Tiredness is an open door […]
How many times a day do you look to coffee, soda or candy in your quest to stay awake during work or school? If often, you may have been looking into all the wrong remedies. Consuming the above mentioned to fill sleepy voids usually end up making people feel more sluggish than they were to […]