Health Rewind: Big Push for African-Americans in the South to Get Health Care
Countess Vaughn’s Lacefront Nightmare
Recently, Countess Vaughn told The Doctors that after five years of rocking lacefronts with no problems, she noticed pus oozing from her scalp and a horrible smell. Ignoring it, she waited six months to get it checked out. By then, the damage was serious: She has lost skin from her ears, hair from her edges and the melanin among her hairline.