Your Weekend Entertainment Round-Up

As we head into yet another weekend, it’s great to have some of the latest in news and entertainment to chat about amongst friends and family. In today’s round-up, we have everything from the benefits of acupuncture, to HBCU’s promotion of black excellence. Let’s just say, you will be ready for any and all conversation-starters this weekend!

For those of you who are more into the holistic and natural lifestyles, the benefits of acupuncture are abundant. From pain relief for rheumatoid arthritis, to stress therapy to skin clearing….acupuncture is a cure-all. It’s an ancient Chinese medicine practice that has been used for thousands of years, and is now considered an actual medical treatment. In this video, we see a Refinery29 beauty expert get facial acupuncture therapy to clear her skin.

In other news, the round-up touches on HBCU’s (Historically Black Colleges and Universities) and their impact on promoting black excellence. Essentially, they provide a safe place for black students to congregate and grow together and as individuals. The stories shared by students who have been impacted by the programs at these universities are striking and definitely worth a watch!

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