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Memphis Woman on Mission to Bring Hope to Children with Medical Hair Loss

MEMPHIS, Tenn.  (Youdle)  - Meet Memphis social entrepreneur Brianna Davison whose warmth and enthusiasm reflect a heart as big as her dreams. Brianna is a driving force this Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, shedding light on the children at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital , while making the world a better place, one strand at a time. Today, Davison kicked off her Crowns for a Cause Campaign to raise funds to design cranial prosthetic wigs for children suffering medical hair loss. The little girls who cannot afford the wigs on their own are now  are on her waiting list. Brianna's journey is a remarkable testament of resilience, determination, and the power of pursuing one's passions. She didn't start her career as a Cranial Prosthetic Wig Expert and Trainer. Her journey began with a dream rooted in her early experiences. From Homelessness to Empowering Hearts The Mitchell High School and LeM

Fertility Grant Programs You Never Knew Existed

(Youdle) MEMPHIS, Tenn. - Fertility treatments can offer hope to those seeking to build families. When seeking fertility treatment, it's important to know your biological timeline for planning purposes. Fertility Age Markers The journey to parenthood is unique for each person or couple. It's important to note that fertility declines with age, and while there's no universal deadline, here are some general guidelines: Early 20s to Early 30s: Women are typically most fertile during this period, with the highest chances of conception. Mid to Late 30s: Fertility gradually declines, and by the late 30s, it can drop more significantly. Early 40s: Fertility decreases substantially, and the risk of pregnancy complications increases. Two fertility treatments are most common: In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) and  Intrauterine Insemination (IUI). IVF involves the fertilization of eggs outside the body, typically in a laboratory setting. Eggs can be immediately fertilized or harvested

WARNING: Widespread CashApp Outage! What Now?

UPDATE: Just before midnight Thursday, CashApp identified the undisclosed issue . They slowly restored services overnight and were back up and running at full capacity by 4:38 a.m. PDT. ------------------------------------------ (Youdle) MEMPHIS, Tenn. - People experiencing the frustration of being unable to access or send their hard-earned money via CashApp are in for a nerve-wracking ordeal. It's akin to having your wallet locked inside a vault when you need it most. Don't panic...yet. We have the EXCLUSIVE scoop on what's happening, what you should do and what to avoid!πŸ’ΈπŸ”‘ CashApp confirmed the widespread problem and shared a  link  for updates.            CashApp's support site alerts customers do NOT send money and do NOT attempt to withdraw your money. Below are FAQs to the CashApp meltdown: Q1: Can you cancel a payment if CashApp is not working? No. CashApp is totally frozen. Some people cannot log in via mobile or desktop. Others can log in, but cannot transf

Drought Stalls Mississippi River Cargo

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (Youdle) -  The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers says  dangerously low water levels  temporarily halted Mississippi River traffic in both the Memphis and Stack Island areas, stalling more than 2,000 barges along the basin that carries 92% of the nation’s agricultural exports. Mariners stuck out on the water posted on social media, including one Facebook post from "Jamie" that says, "Day two of waiting for the Dredge Hurley to open us a channel up at stack island." The cargo stalled on the water includes agricultural products like corn and wheat, fertilizers, coal, petroleum and metals like aluminum. As drought conditions caused by a lack of rainfall  worsen , manufacturers are paying extra dollars to find other ways to move the products, which will ultimately  impact the price and flow  of various consumer goods, including appliances, automobiles, groceries and restaurants, according to Bloomberg News. The Corps has been   dredging   the Mississippi River

Youdle Wins Rising Star Award

  MEMPHIS, TN (Youdle) - The Tennessee Small Business Development Center   awarded Youdle   the 2022 Rising Star Award in celebration of Small Business Development Day on Wednesday, March 16.  "SBDC Day is a national, collective proclamation of the impact America’s Small Business Development Centers (SBDCs) have on the success of our nation’s dreamers, innovators, and doers — America’s small businesses," explained the SBDC.  Youdle is a Memphis-based tech startup. The platform helps small businesses build and grow their online presence.