Women’s Health Awareness is a community engagement initiative sponsored by the Clinical Research Branch at the NIEHS. This video details the impact of this broad event, from the perspective of institutional officials, community members, collaborators and, healthcare professionals.
[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KsahjDIgIiY&ab_channel=KhadijaMbowe[/embed] This week we’ll be discussing the world’s reaction to Elizabeth dying, Kim K stepping into her next form, and chat representations benefits and limits using all this “sci-fi/fantasy is too woke now” whinin- I mean discourse…All jokes and eye rolls aside, this will (hopefully) be a fun, educational, and chill Sunday vibe.
View this post on Instagram A post shared by Pharmacy Black (@pharmacyblack) [sc name="voiceme" ][/sc] Do not touch any strange objects on your door or other belongings. Some poisons, drugs, and microbes can be absorbed by the skin, especially…
[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KEOlJS8hXro[/embed] Imagine constantly being called a witch because of how knowledgeable you are about Africa and our ancestors…and why religion brought by the white people will be the downfall of our heritage.According to Swiry Nyar Kano, religion is just another way white people indirectly rule Africans and our education system was designed to make us…
[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d9kEQbzI5wU[/embed] Whoa. Whoa! An IUD dislodging or getting displaced is supposed to be very rare, but it does happen. If it happens to you then you need to know the signs and symptoms. Watch the video, and if you need more information, click here.
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