040: My Life With HIV – W/ Honorine Mbibe ft Dr. Grace Fombad

In honor of World AIDS Day (December 1st), we will talk about living with HIV. HIV/AIDS has always been one of those diseases that has drastically impacted our community and has been around for as long as I can remember. Growing up in Africa, this disease was synonymous to a death sentence and though there […]

041: The Importance of Mentorship -W/ Dr. Sidonie & Dr. Zera

A wise person once said – in life, everyone should have a mentor and a sponsor. Each one of us has been influenced by someone before with or without even knowing it. Most often than not, we get to every stage we find ourselves in life with the help of someone, or we have helped […]

042: Teen Mental Health – W/ Jada Yudom

Mental health has always been a topic of interest in our community and several strides have been made to have open conversations and address mental issues head-on. However, mental health amongst teens is not as discussed especially due to the stereotypes that come with being a teenager, especially in the African community. The mental health […]

043: My Pregnancy Story – W/ Dr. Temitope Ekwo

Happy New Year fam! 2021 taught me so many lessons! I experienced so many twists and turns, and never in my wildest dreams did I ever think that my life will turn out the way it did by the end of the year! Whether it be a lesson learnt or an experience I had, my […]

044: The 4th Trimester Nobody Talks About – W/ Eugene Mbanya

What exactly is the fourth trimester? This is basically the first three months of a mom and baby’s life after delivery; just like another “trimester” of pregnancy. While new parents prepare for the baby to come, they often find themselves feeling surprised by how disorienting and overwhelming it is to care for a newborn baby. […]

045: Financial Literacy & Life Insurance – W/ Dr. Martin Kwende & Mr. Mark Stewart

A New Year always signifies a new start. That usually means new year resolutions and promises to cultivate new habits. Being financially stable always falls amongst the most popular New Year resolutions and that shouldn’t be surprising. Financial freedom is typically the ultimate goal in everyone’s life but not many people know how to achieve […]

046: Changing The Narrative of Agriculture in Africa – W/ Roland Fomundam

Still in the window of Financial Literacy, today we will continue a discussion on the new wave of Agriculture in Africa. Yes, agriculture as we know it, is changing rapidly in Africa with new technologies, investment opportunities, massive growth, and development. So I decided to invite someone special who is at the front and center […]

047: Noncommunicable Diseases – CVD & Diabetes W/ Dr. Nchang Taka

According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), Heart disease is very common and serious. It’s the leading cause of death for both men and women in the United States. If you have diabetes, you’re twice as likely to have heart disease or a stroke than someone who doesn’t have diabetes—and at a younger age. […]

048: My Life With Multiple Sclerosis – W/ Dr. Leonard Ngarka & Fuen Beri

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a disease of the brain and spinal cord (central nervous system), which can cause a disability. In MS , a person’s immune system attacks the protective nerve fiber covering and causes communication problems between your brain and the rest of your body to stop. Though this disease has been around for […]