Natasha “Tash” Weddle is making magic happen. She is doing all the right things for all the right reasons. An essential presence in the Nashville business community, Tash owns TNB Fitness and New Beginnings, where she is using her talents to empower women to change their mindset, habits and bodies.
Although you may only now be starting to hear and see more about “PrEP,” which stands for pre-exposure prophylaxis, it’s been around as a way to prevent HIV for almost seven years. While you have probably seen commercials for it, or ads in magazines, a lot of people still don’t know exactly what pre-exposure prophylaxis means. So, let’s walk you through the basics.
In Tennessee, it’s common for sex education to exclude proper information on STD prevention and care. Often the little education most people receive is abstinence-only. While technically valid, it purposefully excludes any information about safe sex and what you should do to prevent spreading STDs and how you should seek treatment if you do get one.
The key to an organized event is making it true to you and reasonable in execution. Ideas flow and communication stays open when you and your fiancé/spouse/friends and/or family are in sync on the core of what you want.
The 17th annual Dining Out For Life® returns to Nashville on Tuesday, April 16, 2019. Area restaurants will participate in Dining Out For Life by donating a generous percentage of the day’s sales from either breakfast, lunch and/or dinner to Nashville CARES.
Local Americana musician Molly Adele Brown will perform at the beginning of the symposium. “I’m so excited to kick off the Vanderbilt LGBTQ Health Symposium,” stated Brown. “This is such a timely and important topic. The fact that they are devoting an entire day to help better serve the LGBTQ community as it relates to health care is simply amazing.”