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Drinking even one drink a day can shrink your brain

Few  things match the pleasure of watching a gorgeous sunset from a rooftop while sipping on a cold drink. Many of us can agree that a toast just feels better with a glass of bubbly. In today’s society alcohol has a place in our lives, from celebrations to commiseration’s. From first dates to anniversaries. However, a new study has warned that  having even one drink a day can shrink…
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Meet Arese Ugwu: Getting women focused on financial literacy 

Society needs to focus more on talking to women in a manner that will resonate with them. In doing so, they will take it to heart and make the…

Questions to ask during an interview

We often think a job interview is a one-way street. Sure, things are tough and those of us looking for work would love to get a brand new job.
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Women Owned Businesses To Support This Women’s Month

March is International Women’s Month.  Instead of posting memes and sending words or encouragement,  this year we are putting our money where…


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Publisher & Editor's Note

Editor's Note: Let's Meet Up

DESTINY is slowly but surely making inroads into the hearts and minds of people again. This is…
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Mzansi Stars Raise A Glass Of Moët & Chandon From Their Top Golden Glow Sunset Spots

We’ve all been there, transfixed as the sun dips down to the horizon, setting the sky ablaze with…
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MEN'S HEALTH: Get Your Prostate Checked

Research indicates that men with African ancestry or men with darker skin pigmentation globally are twice as likely to contract prostate cancer, and in addition present more aggressive disease characteristics. Due to the fact that they are at higher risk, they are 2.5 times more likely to die from the disease. According to the National Cancer Registry of 2017, a total of 8 937 men were diagnosed…
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