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You are one strong woman! You do what it takes for your family to keep going even when life gets tough. Taking the time to care for yourself will keep you strong for your family.


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Life gets a little rough sometimes, so you really want to make sure you're taking... Your Health Before & Between Pregnancies

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Sharonda had a long journey dealing with the loss of her two babies. Connecting... Sharonda

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Ronda is a WIN Network: Detroit participant in Detroit’s Osborn... Ronda

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I am able to give back to the community, what the community has given to me

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But I still had goals that I needed to complete. And so, I wanted my life to be... Yvette, Community Neighborhood Navigator

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I was homeless,
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Babies are a fun part of life. They are cute, cuddly, and giggly (most of the time). While all these things may be true, babies are A LOT of work and they completely change the lives of you and your partner. Having a tough time deciding which option is best for you? Consider all the fact and make an informed decision, not an impulsive one.

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Hi Winnie, If I’m giving my baby cereal, will it help him sleep through the night?
Giving a baby cereal or another solid food will not make a difference in helping the baby sleep. They may sleep worse if the foods give them a stomach ache. It also gives the baby more calories and less nutrients which may lead to weight problems in the future. Stick with a bottle filled just Read More

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