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Advice

Opinion Saturday: Sage Steele Come on Sis’ Cut the Crap

If someone is a gun enthusiast and believes wholeheartedly in the second amendment, or they don’t believe in abortion, or they disagree with me on tax policy.  Those are positions within the norm of political differences.  We can argue about these things and have a beer and go home still being friends. But this isn’t the type of conservative that Sage Steele is.  She’s disgusted with the vaccine mandate that ESPN has put in place to keep their workplace safe.  Steele also has an issue with the way some women who aspire to be in broadcasting dress.  

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Advice

Restoring Yourself

Get up, get out, and push yourself to get started with the restoration process of a healthier you. It’s up to you and only you to restore you.  

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Health

Practice What is Preached

The Bible says faith without works is dead. That principle applies to every aspect of your Christian life, including learning to eat and drink for the glory of God. Read today’s article to learn how to put your faith into action as you implement your health and fitness plan through Christ!

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Health

Tell the Mountain to Move

Our God is Lord of the impossible! As His children, we have been granted divine authority to speak to our situations. Read today’s article, then command the mountains of obesity and eating disorders to move in the Name of Christ the Lord!

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Health

Preparation for the Battle

In our daily lives, we often prepare before embarking on a new task. For example, we complete at least twelve years of school before entering the workforce. Once there, we enter orientation and training for our new jobs. Like soldiers in the natural real, we should take the same approach before engaging the enemy on the battlefield. Read today’s article to learn how to prepare for the war for your health and fitness!

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Health

Leaving Your Comfort Zone

Bad habits are difficult to break primarily because we become accustomed to them.  To put it bluntly, we become comfortable with our uncomfortable circumstances.  Read today’s article to learn how to finally leave your unhealthy comfort zone in order to reach the Promised Land of Healthy and Fit for Life!

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Awareness

A Conversation with David Rodriguez – PART 2

First of all, the term “Afro-Latino” was coined by Arturo Schomburg, who is considered “The Father of Afro-American Studies”, and an early pioneer of the Harlem Renaissance movement.  A highly educated man from Puerto Rico who realized the high number of Afro-Cubans and Afro-Puerto Ricans in Harlem at the time needed an identity to connect and define this demographic of people.  

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Covid-19

COVID: The Road of a Long Hauler… Part 2

Join Areia Cobb every 1st & 3rd Tuesday of the month as she shares her road to recovery from COVID-19 and how being a COVID-19 Long Hauler is affecting every aspect of her life; as a wife, mother of two active boys and a working professional. It’s our hope that these journal entries provide hope, inspiration and information as you or your loved one travels your COVID-19 long haul.

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Advice

The Children are Our Future

Ana-Isabel holds the distinction of being the first grandchild in her familial clan. She also holds the distinction and honor of being the eldest to her tribal cousins. A role she takes very seriously.
Inktoberan, an online challenge within the art community inspired her to enter her drawing entitled ‘Poisonous’ her take on the sugar addiction epidemic sweeping her communities.

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Awareness

Are Masks Really Effective?

‘Wait a minute, folks Purchasing Face masks!’ On February 29, 2020, then-Surgeon General Jerome Adams tweeted, ‘They are NOT efficient in stopping the public from contracting #Coronavirus.’

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Health

Texas law banning abortion

The “heartbeat bill” was enacted into law on September 1, 2021. It is probably the most restrictive law in the US since the 1973 landmark

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Covid-19

COVID: The Road of a Long Hauler…Part 1

Join Areia Cobb every 1st & 3rd Tuesday of the month as she shares her road to recovery from COVID-19 and how being a COVID-19 Long Hauler is affecting every aspect of her life; as a wife, mother of two active boys and a working professional. It’s our hope that these journal entries provide hope, inspiration and information as you or your loved one travels your COVID-19 long haul.

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Health

REAL Doctors, REAL Questions with Dr. Zeke McKinney

Follow Dr. Zeke McKinney as he addresses the myths surrounding vaccination and why it so important for our community to get connected.  Get more answers. Watch: https://spokesman-recorder.com/getthefacts/https://spokesman-recorder.com/getthefacts/

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Featured

The Anguish of Unmasking

Unmasking has been pretty traumatic for me.   The wearing of masks was a call to action for public health, public safety.  Becoming a symbol

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Food

Resolve to Change

Romans 12:2 says, “Be ye changed by the renewing of your mind,” and then you will know the perfect will of God.  In other words, change always starts within us. 

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Health

How lethal is COVID-19?

Founded in 1970 as the Institute of Medicine (IOM), the National Academy of Medicine (NAM) is one of three academies that make up the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (the National Academies) in the United States.

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Health

NAM’s COVID Initiative

Founded in 1970 as the Institute of Medicine (IOM), the National Academy of Medicine (NAM) is one of three academies that make up the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (the National Academies) in the United States.

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Health

NAM: COVID-19 Initiative

Founded in 1970 as the Institute of Medicine (IOM), the National Academy of Medicine (NAM) is one of three academies that make up the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (the National Academies) in the United States.

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Health

Put Away Childish Things

Are you tired of wandering in the Wilderness of Obesity and Eating Disorders? If so, God is ready to usher you into the Promised Land of Healthy and Fit for Life! Put your war clothes on, then read today’s article to prepare for the battle. Your testimony will be you are more than a health and fitness conqueror through Jesus Christ!

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Editor's Choice

Vacation for a mental break

Imagine waking up in the morning as the sunshine peaks in through the blinds as you open your eyes, and you realize, “Hey, I’m on vacation.”

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Health

Rest

The road to renewal and restoration: It’s very important and necessary to have and live a healthy lifestyle.

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Health

Black Men Get You Some Therapy

In this episode, we look into what may cause high-functioning depression, which is hard to detect because the person is masking their emotions. Featuring Pervis

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Health

Breaking the fast

When you first wake up from that comfortable resting place, you may hear the wonderful sounds of the sparrows outside the windowsill as the sunshine

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Health

A Need for a Pump Up

Waking up from a peaceful night’s rest, you should feel refreshed. As you begin to stretch up and out, your body is in need of a wake up call.

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Health

Assurance of One’s Self in the Gym

The positive declaration intended to give confidence.

A belief in oneself, the conviction that one has the ability to meet life’s challenges, and to succeed of the willingness to act accordingly.

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Health

How Lupus Affects the Body

Lupus is a worldwide autoimmune illness that affects over 4 million people. Although individuals of all ages can develop this illness, it usually affects women

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