HW Pick: Join The Rally For Family Court Awareness For Men

men-holding-hands1The rally with parents and activists from across the tri-state area who will converge on on Times Square this Sunday, October 9th, 2016 in a major rally to protest fraud, waste and abuse by the family courts. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Denny Moe’s Cultivates The Intersection Between Health And Hair Cuts

denny moes1Denny Moe’s Superstar Barbershop, known around the globe for its world-class precision haircuts and ongoing commitment to philanthropy is gearing up to host its signature event, Cutting for a Cure. Continue Reading →

Men, It’s Time to Get Serious About Your Health

Man exercising1By Dr. Rajen Mehta

June is Men’s Health Month – the time of year to heighten awareness of preventable health problems among men, and encourage them to seek regular medical advice and early treatment for disease and injury. Continue Reading →

Why Women Are Smarter Than Men

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By Dr. Travis Bradberry

Trying to compare intelligence and gender doesn’t typically yield much in the way of productive discussion, but sometimes research comes along that’s worth opening this particular can of worms. Continue Reading →

Hey Guys, Here How You Prep Your Clothes For Winter

tom ford, tom fordNot to get too apocalyptic on you, but… winter is coming Harlem. And you ought to be prepared—your trusty jacket might need reproofing, your parka could probably use a bit more down fill, and your leather shoes need to be steeled for the snow and salt that will be on the ground before you know it. Continue Reading →

African-American Enrollment In Med Schools Rises

l_ssethnocmedicalstudent2x1200The nation’s medical schools have made some progress in expanding the number of African-American students. This fall, nearly 1,600 black students enrolled in medical school, an increase of 11.6 percent over last year. Continue Reading →

The Hotness: Black Power Without Black Women Is Weak

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By Nicole Moore

When most people think about Malcolm X they immediately think of Black manhood leading to associations of Black power tied exclusively to the work of Black men. Continue Reading →