The stigma against mental health affecting Black people is something that isn't addressed enough. Charlamagne Tha God continues to press to change that with a new state-of-the-art mental health service dedicated to the generational support of the Black community.

According to published reports, the Food and Drug Administration has officially approved the vaccine for the coronavirus after hearing the research materials and answering questions from Pfizer’s vaccine experts.

At a time when the Georgia Governor is calling for the state to reopen this week, ATLien T.I. is giving fans the facts to ensure that everyone stays safe with a special COVID-19 episode of his ExpediTIously podcast.

When the world first heard about the novel Coronavirus, it was seemingly running rampant in mostly white and affluent communities, leading to the running but dangerous joke that Africans and African Americans are somehow immune–a joke that has now left many Black communities being hit hardest by the pandemic.

Legendary DJ and producer, DJ Jazzy Jeff, has lent his voice to help raise awareness about the importance of staying home amid the fight against COVID-19, also known as the Coronavirus.

While the world is figuring out how to cope with the impending changes to stop the spread of the Coronavirus, COVID-19, celebrities have taken to social media to show how they are coping with the downtime and who’s better to get advice from than the former First Lady Michelle Obama.

Gwyneth Paltrow and her curated lifestyle website/podcast “Goop” is known for providing quality products for those with elegant taste, but her latest episode with special guest Jhené Aiko takes a different approach to healthy living.

Too much of anything is bad for you and that includes video games. There is no denying how popular Fortnite is right now in the world but for some young gamers, the free-to-play game is landing them in video game rehab.