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No nutrients means no eyesight for one teenage boy, an admittedly picky eater. Eating a diet that consisted mostly of French fries, Pringles and white bread caused him to go blind, according to a medical journal. The scientists from the University of Bristol have warned of the dangers of a poor diet.
A global network of supporters is praying for the speedy recovery of gospel singer, Tamela Mann, who recently underwent double knee replacement surgery. “Surgery was a success!” said the 53-year-old songstress on social media. “Thank everyone for your prayers.”
Congratulations are in order for Tamela Mann, who can be seen jumping up and down and squealing with delight in a new video showing off her 20 pound weight loss. According to the WW (formerly Weight Watchers) ambassador, the program made the double-digit drop easy as one-two-three! “Hey everybody! I reached my first goal,” she said.
Are you feeling less than your best lately? It could be that your life is out of balance according to gospel singer, Yolanda Adams. “We all know that we need to make sure that our minds and our bodies, and our spirits are in good shape; remember that everything should be in balance,” she says.
May is mental Health Awareness Month, and if you’re looking for ways to build yourself up, go ahead and sweat it out in the gym—something researchers from Oxford and Yale say could decrease mental health challenges. Christian singer Michelle Williams agrees that exercise has helped her mental health.
Obesity-related diseases are on the rise among African-American women, but Grammy-nominated gospel singer, Tamela Mann, is on a mission to reduce that negative trend by tackling obesity head-on. The songstress is the new celebrity ambassador for WW—the new Weight Watchers.
In a quest to improve her overall health, Christian comedian and actress Sherri Shepherd has kicked sugar altogether and is coasting toward a 3-month sugar-free milestone! Is it healthy to go sugar-free? A doctor weighs in.