Auntie Fee

The recent untimely deaths of Internet stars Auntie Fee (pictured above) and Q Worldstar serve as reminders that heart disease is the number 1 killer of men and women in the U.S.

For many people the first sign or symptom of heart disease is death. This is why heart disease is called the silent killer.

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Samira Wiley hands

Last night, while I was editing photos, I noticed actress Samira Wiley had a dark vertical line on one of her thumbnails.

Most people have flat or slightly raised vertical lines or ridges on our fingernails and toenails. Long vertical lines that run the length of the nail are usually not a health concern.

But dark brown or black vertical lines or bands on nails should be evaluated by a doctor.

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According to the NY Daily News, NYC public schools will begin educating young girls about menstruation and providing free feminine hygiene products, starting today.

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Women were not designed to get pregnant or give birth after age 30. That’s why there are more risks involved with childbirth after age 30.

The reason women in their 40s have fertility issues is because the human body is not prepared for natural birth at that age.

But according to authors Christa Orecchio and Willow Buckley, women over 30 can give birth naturally by preparing their bodies before conception.

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Yesterday, rumors spread like wildfire on social media that R&B/Soul icon Diana Ross was pregnant at age 71. The source of the absurd rumors were photos that surfaced on social media showing Miss Ross with abdominal distention.

No, Miss Ross is not pregnant. One reason for her excess belly fat may be post-menopausal hormone levels.

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