#CommunityHealth

TQ The Queen started the Crown Of The Week in 2018 to highlight non-profit organizations that are active in our communities. Recent recipients of the Crown Of The Week which is a $50 donation: SYGTE Outreach Ministry in Loganville to go towards the Senior Brown Bag Food Program Senora Davis    Shout out to Gerard […]

October 1, 2022 join the Atlanta Autism Speaks Walk at the Atlanta Battery. This sensory-friendly, family event raises funds to support the mission of Autism Speaks, where families have access to reliable information for early-childhood screening, adulthood transition and much more. Sign up today at AutismSpeaksWalk.org

 Black Health 365 Moment If you suffer from Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes or high cholesterol scientist pinpoint a common vegetable that can lower high blood sugar levels by 50% and I think it’s worth a try.  The extract of an onion bulb is proven to have lowered high blood sugar levels and lowered […]

This past Sunday, Sam Sirmons was able to speak with Dr. Bechara Choucair, the White House COVID-19 Vaccinations Coordinator. His job focuses on coordinating the timely, safe, and equitable delivery of COVID-19 vaccinations for the U.S. population, in close partnership with relevant federal departments and agencies, as well as state and local authorities. This interview […]

  Join MAJIC 107.5/ 97.5 and the Booker Autism Foundation of Learning (BAFOL), for a wonderful “Fall Into ARTism” Festival, Sunday, September 25, 2016 from 2PM-6PM at Wild Horse Park & the Ron Anderson Recreation Center located at 3820 Macedonia Road, Powder Springs, GA 30127. Free screenings and resources related to being on the Spectrum of Autism will […]

Click here to join a team for March of Dimes! http://www.marchforbabies.org/event/downtownatlanta  

Let’s take a good long look at HIV rate in our community. By Denise Dunbar We have to stop ignoring this! New CDC numbers show a distressing trend. There’s an increasing number of young people, ages 13 – 24 becoming infected with the HIV virus!! (What’s really going on?!!) According to health professionals, of all […]

This Year’s Measles Outbreak Underscores the Importance of Making Sure Children Receive All of Their Vaccinations February 22-28th is Georgia Preteen and Teen Vaccine Awareness Week. It’s a reminder that all children between the ages of 10 and 18 must adhere to the provisions of Georgia Department of Public Health Rule 511-2-2. Newly implemented in […]

Spread the word about HIV and AIDS in our community. And mark February 7th as National Black HIV/ AIDS Awareness Day. Blacks represent 12 percent of the U.S. population, yet account for nearly half of new HIV infections. Health officials urge more frequent testing for everyone especially pregnant women. Dale Harrison with the Leon County […]

By Mary-Pat Hector “Phat,” “Chubby,” “Thick,” “Plus Size,” these are words that were indirectly written on my forehead from the day I started grade school. These names not only haunted me as a young girl, constantly engrained in my memories as they sometimes even haunt me presently. Being considered over weight in a size 2 […]

Initiative focuses on ending the HIV epidemic in metro Atlanta The Atlanta Area Outreach Initiative (AAOI) will be hosting its 16th year with an event that will prove to have a significant and lasting impact on the HIV epidemic within the Metropolitan Atlanta Area. The AAOI event will focus on getting individuals who are not […]