Mama’s Gun

In light of the latest gross use of power, another black man has lost his life at the hands of law enforcement. George Floyd, 46, a black man, who was essentially suffocated due to the excessive force of four Minneapolis police officers, died late Monday afternoon. A punishment, that certainly Continue Reading

Preeclampsia: The Dark Cloud

May is national pre-eclampsia awareness month, specifically May 22nd as pre-eclampsia Day. It has been reported that 5-8% of all pregnancies are affected by preeclampsia, which is a rapidly progressive condition characterized by high blood pressure and the presence of protein in the urine. Swelling, sudden weight gain, headaches and Continue Reading

Food Allergies: A New Moms Experience

My husband and I were sitting in a check-up room at our daughter’s 4-month old wellness appointment when our doctor gave us the green light to begin trying solid foods. WHOOOO HOOO! praise break Hearing those words, initially, filled me with excitement as this meant we were moving one step Continue Reading

7 Ways To Spice Up Your Quarantine Date Nights

 Since it’s “Date Your Mate Day”, the ladies of Mama Woman Mag decided to give their ideas on some couple’s games to play with your spouse…or something playful that women could do to spice up quarantine. The Coronavirus has quickly transformed every aspect of our lives especially dating, marriage, and intimacy. Continue Reading

Joyette M. Holmes: The Jury Is Still Out

Joyette M Holmes is the fourth special prosecutor appointed in the all-too-familiar heartbreaking case of Amaud Aubrey. On February 22, 2020, Amaud Aubrey was gunned down in cold-blood by two white supremacists while jogging in his neighborhood in Brunswick, Ga. The shooters are related, one a retired police officer AND Continue Reading

May is Lupus Awareness Month: Here’s What You Need To Know

The focus of Lupus Awareness Month is to increase awareness and educate others on its impact among all populations, but particularly those who are at a higher risk for developing the life-altering disease. Lupus can develop in both men and women. However, women, ages 15 – 44, in certain racial-ethnic Continue Reading