October 20, 2017

POU Health Thread: The OBOT Work-Out

The Zimmerman trial, SCOTUS ruling Section 5 as unconstitutional, A common thief being treated as a folk hero amongst emoprogs, states rushing to disenfranchise minority voters, Paula Deen being defended by black people as if running a modern day … [Read more...]

POU Health Thread: Come On Let’s Sweat!

What does it take you really get you in the exercising, fully motivated to burn the calories mood? That's right, we need to know what songs to put on the POU workout list! Everyone has a song that if you hear it, it will definitely give you the … [Read more...]

POU Health Thread: The Health of Hip Hop

Health A top concern for Hip-Hop following recent deaths LOS ANGELES — Hip-hop may need a checkup. The culture that in the 1990s lost its brightest stars to gun violence has in recent years seen a series of notable rappers die of drug- and … [Read more...]

POU Weekly Health Thread: A Fish Pedicure??

Okay, which POUer would try this? From ABC News Fish pedicures may be a growing trend overseas, but not in the United States.  You sit in a salon, with your feet in water, while small fish nibble away dead, callused skin.  Now, an Arizona woman who … [Read more...]

POU Weekly Health Thread: Are We Taking Care Of Ourselves?

dannie22 posted this comment in the Tuesday Afternoon Thread: ATTN BLACK PEOPLE!! Imma need for everyone to get their health in check because what happened tonight should not have happened. One of my young black female co-workers told me she had … [Read more...]

POU Weekly Health Thread: Meet the Moss Brothers!

h/t to The Grio  The Doctors Will See You Now! Drs. Vincent and Vance Moss, 41, are twin surgeons who share a passion for helping others. This passion can be traced as far back as their years in the Boy Scouts of America, during which they both … [Read more...]

POU Weekly Health Thread: Racism and Stress

After reading about Forest Whitaker's encounter with a deli employee, I thought this topic should be bought back up. Anger Over Racism Is Seen as a Cause of Blacks' High Blood Pressure ''HE was on the faculty at Harvard, but when he went to … [Read more...]