Kelleemudiva’s Beauty Blog | All Things Women Love

canstockphoto13252072[1]I truly enjoy discovering new blogs and I am delighted to share Kelleemudiva’s Beauty Blog with you.  As we celebrate Black History Month; I am confident that you will find new ideas on this blog to enhance your beauty regimen.

 

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In honor of celebrating phenomenal contributions to the African-American community, I wanted to recognize those, who in my opinion have made a significant contribution to how we interpret black beauty and how it translates into the beauty industry.  The black community spends 9 times more than any other ethnic group on beauty and hair care products in the United States (African American Consumer Report 2013), yet the beauty industry fails to offer a range of product options to meet black consumer needs.  I would like to recognize Vloggers and Bloggers who have spent years on the web offering their insight on how to utilize products to meet our needs while encouraging us to embrace our beauty. via Kelleemudiva’s Beauty Blog | All Things Women Love.

 

February is American Heart Month

canstockphoto17900597Do you know if you have a healthy heart? Do you know the signs that indicate that a heart is not healthy or a heart attack may be imminent? Let’s do our best to be knowledgeable about heart disease.  Below is information I think will be helpful in learning how to prevent a heart attack.  During February HairBlues will continue to bring you up-to-date news to help you take care of your heart.

Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women, but heart disease is preventable and controllable.

The five major symptoms of a heart attack are:

Pain or discomfort in the jaw, neck, or back.

Feeling weak, light-headed, or faint.

Chest pain or discomfort.

Pain or discomfort in arms or shoulder.

Shortness of breath.

Every journey begins with one step, whether it’s climbing a mountain or preventing heart disease. This American Heart Month, CDC is offering weekly tips for better heart health. Take your first step onvia CDC – DHDSP – Heart Disease – February is American Heart Month.