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10 Trailblazing Women Paving the Way for a Better Future

From clearing criminal records for second chances to supporting cancer survivors with delivered self-care goods, these 10 women are creating their own industry niches. Read on to learn more about these trailblazing women and the work they’re doing to pave the way for a better future. Sheena Meade, CEO of

SUCCESS® to Host Women’s Leadership Conference and Empower Visionaries of Tomorrow

DALLAS, March 07, 2024 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — SUCCESS® magazine will inspire and celebrate impactful women across industries at the i-LEAD SUCCESS® Virtual Summit March 12-13, 2024. During this two-day event, SUCCESS will bolster and foster community for self-identified women to share insights and rewrite the narrative for the next generation of women’s

Living with Hidradenitis Suppurativa: Cydney Carter Shares Her Story

Many of those suffering from Hidradenitis Suppurativa keep it a secret. However, one Black woman, Cydney Carter, decided to share her journey. She has created an amazing platform rooted in her advocacy for HS. As socialcydd on TikTok,  she proudly shares her story and supports her fellow HS warriors. Carter

Dr. Joy Harden Bradford on Sisterhood, Healing and The Power of Community

There is nothing that compares to the bonds between Black women. Our powerful connections can be a lifeline and a catalyst for healing. I chatted with Dr. Joy Harden Bradford, founder of Therapy for Black Girls, about her new book Sisterhood Heals: The Transformative Power of Healing in Community. In

Are You Pregnant After 35? Here’s What You Need to Know

When we are in our thirties, we consider ourselves young. But when we get pregnant (or are trying to conceive) after age 35, medical terms like “geriatric pregnancy” or “advanced maternal age,” aka AMA, become a shocking reality. According to the National Vital Statistic Reports released last year, the percentage

Hidradenitis Suppurativa: Removing the Stigma and Understanding the Condition

Hidradenitis Suppurativa (HS), also known as acne inversa, is a chronic skin condition affecting many individuals globally. According to the Mayo Clinic, women are three times more likely to develop HS, and Black people are more likely to develop HS than people of other races. Despite its significant impact on

From the Archives: Women’s Widening Field

DECEMBER 1897, Premier issue When Florence Nightingale left home and friends to care for the sick and suffering, she little knew how her influence and example would lead thousands of women to become conscientious, well-trained nurses. The great good accomplished by them has gradually hushed the criticism and slander against

Decision Decoder: Navigating the Childbirth Experience

Preparing for your new baby involves many decisions for you and your family. It is vital to be aware and knowledgeable of the options that are available to you and your growing family, especially as a Black birthing person in America. This starts with a strong and harmonious birthing team

10 Trailblazing Women Paving the Way for a Better Future

From clearing criminal records for second chances to supporting cancer survivors with delivered self-care goods, these 10 women are creating their own industry niches. Read on to learn more about these trailblazing women and the work they’re doing to pave the way for a better future. Sheena Meade, CEO of

SUCCESS® to Host Women’s Leadership Conference and Empower Visionaries of Tomorrow

DALLAS, March 07, 2024 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — SUCCESS® magazine will inspire and celebrate impactful women across industries at the i-LEAD SUCCESS® Virtual Summit March 12-13, 2024. During this two-day event, SUCCESS will bolster and foster community for self-identified women to share insights and rewrite the narrative for the next generation of women’s

Living with Hidradenitis Suppurativa: Cydney Carter Shares Her Story

Many of those suffering from Hidradenitis Suppurativa keep it a secret. However, one Black woman, Cydney Carter, decided to share her journey. She has created an amazing platform rooted in her advocacy for HS. As socialcydd on TikTok,  she proudly shares her story and supports her fellow HS warriors. Carter

Dr. Joy Harden Bradford on Sisterhood, Healing and The Power of Community

There is nothing that compares to the bonds between Black women. Our powerful connections can be a lifeline and a catalyst for healing. I chatted with Dr. Joy Harden Bradford, founder of Therapy for Black Girls, about her new book Sisterhood Heals: The Transformative Power of Healing in Community. In

Are You Pregnant After 35? Here’s What You Need to Know

When we are in our thirties, we consider ourselves young. But when we get pregnant (or are trying to conceive) after age 35, medical terms like “geriatric pregnancy” or “advanced maternal age,” aka AMA, become a shocking reality. According to the National Vital Statistic Reports released last year, the percentage

Hidradenitis Suppurativa: Removing the Stigma and Understanding the Condition

Hidradenitis Suppurativa (HS), also known as acne inversa, is a chronic skin condition affecting many individuals globally. According to the Mayo Clinic, women are three times more likely to develop HS, and Black people are more likely to develop HS than people of other races. Despite its significant impact on

From the Archives: Women’s Widening Field

DECEMBER 1897, Premier issue When Florence Nightingale left home and friends to care for the sick and suffering, she little knew how her influence and example would lead thousands of women to become conscientious, well-trained nurses. The great good accomplished by them has gradually hushed the criticism and slander against

Decision Decoder: Navigating the Childbirth Experience

Preparing for your new baby involves many decisions for you and your family. It is vital to be aware and knowledgeable of the options that are available to you and your growing family, especially as a Black birthing person in America. This starts with a strong and harmonious birthing team