Cynthia Bailey Addresses Black Women’s Health

Cynthia Bailey Addresses Black Women’s Health

Cynthia Bailey addressed black women’s health in a message that she shared on her social media account. You can check it out below.

‘@BlkWomensHealth is the only national organization solely focused on improving health outcomes for Black women, and I’m excited to be part of their 38th Anniversary Week Celebration! Tune in to an important discussion on Thursday at 3 pm as we discuss some key issues impacting our health and wellness. Register and see the full schedule here!!!! bwhi.org/anniversary. #Blkwomenshealth #BWHIweek,’ Cynthia began her post.

She continued and explained, ‘Fibroids, a common and significant health problem, affect an estimated 26 million women between the ages of 15 and 50, across all racial backgrounds and socioeconomic levels in the United States, yet many adolescent girls and women are unaware of what uterine fibroids are. Our panel will explore the lived experiences of Black women coping with this condition and options for relief and management. Join us Thursday, July 30 from 3-4 for SUFFERING IN SILENCE PART 2: Our Fight With Uterine Fibroids. To register, visit www.bwhi.org/anniversary.’

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@BlkWomensHealth is the only national organization solely focused on improving health outcomes for Black women and I’m excited to be part of their 38th Anniversary Week Celebration! Tune in to an important discussion on Thursday at 3pm as we discuss some key issues impacting our health and wellness. Register and see the full schedule here!!!! bwhi.org/anniversary. #Blkwomenshealth #BWHIweek @Blkwomenshealth, #BlkWomensHealth #BWHIweek Fibroids, a common and significant health problem, affect an estimated 26 million women between the ages of 15 and 50, across all racial backgrounds and socioeconomic levels in the United States, yet many adolescent girls and women are unaware of what uterine fibroids are. Our panel will explore the lived experiences of Black women coping with this condition and options for relief and management. Join us Thursday, July 30 from 3-4 for SUFFERING IN SILENCE PART 2: Our Fight With Uterine Fibroids. To register, visit www.bwhi.org/anniversary

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Fans really appreciated the fact that she addressed such an important subject.

A follower said: ‘Yass! Black woman-owned business here! I handcraft organic bath and body care such as vegan body butters, soaps, sugar scrubs, milk bath, botanical solar bath salts & more! I also hand tie sage bundles! Come shop with me for your self-care needs! Self-love is the best love 💕.’

Someone else said this: ‘Love seeing your name and face up there with so many greats,’ and more people showed their enthusiasm.

In other news, Cynthia Bailey shared a video and a message that will probably impress a lot of people. You should check out her recent post that she shared on her social media account.

Not too long ago, she also praised one of her friends for women empowerment.