May 31, 2019
Earning a doctoral degree is a highly coveted achievement that denotes a level of expertise and dedication to one's craft. Historically many ethnic minorities, particularly black women, have been hindered from attaining this degree. In recent years, there is a new trend with black women showing impressive gains in...
May 24, 2019
If you are like many women I meet, romantic relationships in
2019 may seem like murky waters. From online dating to
textuationships, the rules seem to have changed! Or have they?
In this episode, we carefully analyze dating in our current climate with relationship expert: Doctor Aesha.
Aesha Adams-Roberts, PhD, is THE...
May 20, 2019
In 2019, approximately 19% of all surgeons are female. Black
female surgeons constitute an even smaller minority. In this
episode, we discuss the challenges of being a black female trauma
surgeon with Houston-based trauma surgeon, Dr. Kanene
Dr. Ubesie shares her journey as she marched through a male dominated...
May 16, 2019
The role that chiropractors play in the management of pelvic pain and other chronic pain conditions can not be emphasized enough. In this episode, Dr. Cass Laleye a chiropractor and medical acupuncture specialist sheds light on many aspects of chiropractic medicine and how it intersects with gynecology.
May 13, 2019
The idea of taking greater than normal financial risks in order to organize and operate a business or businesses seems pretty antagonistic to the ideals of taking minimal risk to ensure someone else's health is optimized. In today's episode, we discuss entrepreneurship with board certified family physician and owner...