Tamar Braxton Comes Out for the First Time and talks about Suicide Attempt and Mental Illness

BTN STAFF Singer Tamar Braxton has broke her silence regarding the sad incident of her suicide attempt this month. The reality star went on social media and shared her thoughts on mental illness and her crusade to shed light on the shady practices of reality television. Check out her letter

LA County COVID-19 Cases Continue Climb: 37 New Deaths, 2,770 New Cases

By Greg Evans Article Reprint The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health today confirmed 37 new deaths and 2,770 new cases of COVID-19. To date, the department has identified 153,041 positive cases of COVID-19 across all areas of LA County, and a total of 4,084 deaths. Of the 37 deaths, 25 people

Latino Leaders are Pissed off at Florida Governor for Blaming COVID –19 Rise on Hispanic Farmworkers

BTN STAFF Florida Republican Governor Ron DeSantis is facing criticism for his recent comments regarding the state’s recent rise in COVID-19 cases. A couple weeks ago, DeSantis stated that the number one outbreak “is in agricultural communities.” Then last week he added that “overwhelmingly Hispanic” farmworkers and day laborers were

How to Stay Healthy During Isolation

By: Siddiqu “The  Personal Trainer” Staff Writer 1.  Eat healthy-   This is a time to break your fast food and restaurant addiction by eating home cooked meals.  During this isolation remember that you are not as active as a normal day, so your caloric intake should be less.  Don’t

Monday was the First Day Philadelphia has had Zero Coronavirus Deaths since March 24th

BTN STAFF On Monday, (05.05.20) health officials in Philadelphia reported that there were no deaths related to the COVID19 virus. It was the first time that there were no Corona related deaths in Philadelphia since ,arch 24th. Officials also reported that were only 186 new cases, which marks the third

The Coronavirus Crisis: Does Social Distancing Work? A Startup Tracks It

Using data from its security systems, one company attempts to track the flattening of the curve nationwide via a Social Distancing Index. By Matt Haber Article Reprint Here’s a curious way to assess whether the shelter-in-place ordinances are flattening the curve, as its known, of Covid-19 cases: checking the activity of cloud-based building locks.