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Celebrity Stylists Share Fashion and Beauty Tips for Working Women

(Image: iStock.com/BCFC) With fall upon us, it’s the perfect time to whip out some fresh new tips and refresh your wardrobe and makeup bag. Colgate Optic White and Family Dollar Fabulous invited celebrity makeup artist AJ Crimson, whose clients include Cassie, Serayah, Lauren London, and Brandy;  and, celebrity stylist Anastasia …

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Puerto Rico: Beautiful Beaches and Booming Business

(Image: iStock.com/Bkamprath) Puerto Rico has it all— beautiful beaches, beautiful people, and of course, a beautiful, though complicated, history. Puerto Rico was discovered in 1493 by Christopher Columbus, who claimed the island on behalf of Spain. He found the island to be breathtaking and noted the same in his diaries. In …

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5 Apps to Help Relieve Stress in the Workplace

Millennials are more ambitious than ever and with everything on their plate, it can be stressful managing it all. Thankfully, there’s an app for that. As a busy, young entrepreneur in ‘Silicon Harlem,’ John Henry came to New York from his home state of Florida, as a jazz musician and …

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Breast Cancer Genetics in Black Women Being Studied by NCI

(Image: iStock.com/Tagore75) The biological factors that predispose black women to breast cancer have long been overlooked by researchers—but that’s about to change. In July, the National Institutes of Health and the National Cancer Institute teamed up to fund a research project aiming to identify genetic factors that may underlie breast …

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Way to Go: How to Travel Safely, Conveniently, and Stylishly

Traveling abroad is an adventure in itself, but how do you get there conveniently, comfortably, and stylishly? Before you even book tickets for that dream vacation you’ve been planning, do yourself a favor and go to Viator.com. A subsidiary of Travelocity, Viator helps take the guesswork out of travel. Never …

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You Belong In One of These 10 Cities

BE Savvy By Black Enterprise | October 5, 2016 (Image: iStock.com/traveler1116) It seems people in some geographical regions of the United States are more likely to walk on the sunny side of the street. Recent research from the University of British Columbia’s Vancouver School of Economics and Harvard University analyzed survey respondents’ life …

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