Ebony

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EBONY is the flagship magazine of Johnson Publishing. Founded in 1945 by John H. Johnson, it still maintains the highest global circulation of any African American-focused magazine.
  

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Contents

Financing A Catastrophic Illness
26
Insurance, Health, Medical care (Costs)
A Divided Duty
30
Mothers (Employment), Guilt
'How's Life Treating You?'.
34
Black men (Psychology), Conduct of life
Hot Looks In Summer Shoes, 2003
36
Shoes, Foot (Care)
How To Plan A Children-Friendly Family Reunion
42
Black children, Black family reunions
Glaucoma: 'The Sneak Thief of Sight'.
84
Glaucoma, Blacks (Health and hygiene)
How To Work Out At Work
92
Exercise, Work, Blacks (Physical fitness)
Super Single Sisters of 2003
100
Black single women
Date With a Dish: Cool Dinnertime Pleasures
108
Summer cooking, Dinners, Quick cooking
Ebony Fashion Fair: Heading to the Beach in Style
114
Resort wear, New York (N.Y.) (Fashion shows)

Annual Health & Fitness Section
51
Blacks (Health and hygiene, Physical fitness)
How To Deal With Chronic Pain
52
Pain, Blacks (Health and hygiene)
Health Tips On Chronic Pain
59
Pain (Therapy), Blacks (Health and hygiene)
House Call: Expert Advice on Health And Fitness
60
Blacks (Health and hygiene, Physical fitness)
Health Hotline
62
Blacks (Health and hygiene)
Should You Become A Vegetarian?
70
Vegetarianism, Blacks (Nutrition)
The Golf Craze
78
Black golfers, Blacks (Health and hygiene)
Ebony Honors Outstanding Women in Marketing and Communications
120
Ebony (Periodical), Black women executives
An Unscientific Survey: The Best Cities To Say "I Do" In
132
Cities and towns (Rating), Black single women, Dating (Social customs)
New Energy: First Black ComEd Chief
138
Frank M. Clark (American electric utility executive.), Commonwealth Edison Co
Back In The Game: Single Moms And Dads On The Dating Scene
144
Dating (Social customs), Single mothers, Single fathers
Life After A Disaster: A Single Father's Moving Story
156
Andrew Bass, World Trade Center terrorist attack, 2001 (Families of victims), Single fathers, Fathers and sons, Child rearing
Excerpt From The New Before the Mayflower: The African-American Century
164
Blacks (History)
The Half-Billion Dollar Hip-Hop Empire Of Russell Simmons
168
Russell Simmons (American recording, motion picture and broadcasting executive.); 1957-, Kimora Hounsou (American fashion executive.); 1975-, Rush Communications Inc, Hip-hop

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