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Renown Pastor Myles Munroe and Wife, Not Daughter, Killed in Plane Crash


Millions are mourning the loss of internationally-renown author, pastor and motivational speaker Dr. Myles Munroe, 60, and his wife Ruth after a tragic plane crash on Grand Bahama Island on Nov. 9.
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Just Thinking: The Preeminence of Obedience


Admit it. Obedience has never been big on your to do list.

We have all at some time or another played fast and loose with the rules. But when life catches up to you, columnist V. Knowles says you're going to wish you had been the obedient one.
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Natural Hairnamix: Get it Straight!


The process of temporary hair straightening has progressively developed over centuries.

Naturalistas can go from curly to straight and back without damage. Here's Rossette Allen with the details.
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Body+Soul:Thanks for Not Smoking Part 2


Ask any former smoker about their experience in kicking the habit, and they will tell you it was not easy.

Health columnist Shari Grant shares 6 tips to help you quit!
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The Real Material Girl: What to Do When Your Woman is Richer than You


Can you handle the richer sex? Working wives will out-earn their husbands in the next generation.

So, the question arises: What happens when the woman makes more than you in a relationship or marriage?
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Kinky T-Shirt Line Launches for Hair Enthusiasts

Are you proud of your kinky ways?

In order to celebrate the kinks and coils native to Black women, Black Natural Hairstyles is partnering with One Throne Apparel to launch a T-Shirt line encouraging all women to Keep It Kinky.
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"Natural Hairnamix" -- Get it Straight!

The process of temporary hair straightening has progressively developed over centuries.

 

The technique existed from as far back as the 1800s with the use of hair irons and hot combs. 
 

It was more popular among women of African descent and, although, there was much controversy as to denial of racial identity, hair straightening became increasingly popular in the black community. 

 

Prior to the 1800s, hair would be straightened using plate irons which were heated in a fire and run over the hair shaft to make it smooth. 

Candie's Natural Hairnamix was birthed a few months after Jamaican native Rossette "Candie" Allen began her natural hair journey in May 2010.

 

This week in "Candie's Natural Hairnamix": Get it Straight!


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