By Beth Kotz (Posted March 21, 2017) We live in a data-driven world. Whether you realize it or not, you generate a tremendous volume of data about yourself every day. Every time you submit a Google search, use your smartphone, strap on a Fitbit or [...]
By Gary A. Johnson – Publisher, Black Men In America.com Updated March 15, 2017 (Originally posted on November 5, 2010). How black people spend their money has been a hotly debated topic not only on this site, but in our office, at social events and [...]
“In our effort to help educate our site visitors, this is part of our continuous effort to educate the black community about health and wellness and the risks associated with not exercising and taking care of ourselves. To this end we are proud to [...]
My Weight Loss Journey By Gary A. Johnson Many of you have had a front row seat watching me battle a number of obstacles in an effort to lose weight and adopt a healthier lifestyle. I walk from National Harbor across the Woodrow Wilson Bridge in [...]
As I sit here, I look back to when I was told by my doctors that I would have to leave my job and go out on disability, because my illnesses were at a point in which the battery of tests that were run were giving them a diagnosis that did not make them [...]
So what is SnackNation? In a nutshell… SnackNation is a one-of-a-kind monthly healthy snack delivery service that helps your employees be happier, healthier, and highly productive. It’s also a way to give your employees convenient “grab and go” access to [...]
A video of a young Jamaican boy and his friends working out has gone viral. This kid’s drive and passion are out of this world. From his accent to his “muscles,” this is the motivation you need to get off the couch and hit the gym.
The year 2012 closed with me having major surgery on December 17th and recovering into January 2013. Like everyone else, a new year means a new weight loss goal. I have been struggling with my weight for years. I gained, I lost and I gained again. I was [...]