Last week scientists tested a new cancer killing virus on their first batch of human subjects. The new experimental treatment known as Vaxinia, has been used on animals and has proven to reduce the amount of cancer cells within their bodies. The treatment has reduced the size of colon, lung, breast, ovarian, and pancreatic cancer […]

Radio One and St Jude Children’s Research Hospital recently hosted the 14th annual Urban Radio Cares for St. Jude Kids event that united celebrities, radio personalities and a community of Mainstream Urban, R&B and Gospel music fans across the country from March 2-3 to raise $1.3 million for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital®. Celebrity supporters […]

We spoke to a handful of c-section moms about how they learned to embrace their post c-section bodies. Here's their story:

Happy 4/20 to all of our beautiful stoners; may your sacks be fat, your blunts burn slow, and may your snacks be plentiful because the munchies are real sis. Oh and no puff, puff pass, "The Rona" is still out here in these streets.

Have you become an ingredient detective? Whether it is food, hair care, or skincare, you've probably become more aware of what you put in and on your body. Like the old adage says, "if you knew better, you do better" and do better you shall.

"Thank you so much for keeping me happy, for keeping me alive. Thank you," she lovingly said as she grabbed her stomach.

HIV-positive blogger Ciarra reflects on her past mistakes and the power of living in her truth, proudly.

For National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, Masonia Traylor has an important message for Black women about testing, stigma and putting their health first.

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and though we see all the pink and hashtags, the importance of cancer awareness is something we should focus on year round. Dr. Monique Gary, DO, FACS discusses this and so much more with Lady B on Classix 107.9. Dr. Gary is the ONLY female, African-American breast cancer surgeon […]

First up, while rare, men like Mathew Knowles can still develop this type of cancer.