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Sheinelle Jones remembers her late grandfather Dr. Val Brown Sr.

TODAY’s Sheinelle Jones remembers the life and legacy of her grandfather Dr. Val Brown Sr. after he died at the age of 98. Sheinelle says she’s been touched by the outpouring of support from friends and family, and that she’s still learning more about him to this day.April 25, 2022.
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Where is Sheinelle Jones as NBC's TODAY celebrates 70 years on air?

This week marked 70 years since NBC’s TODAY first aired, with some fans noticing host Sheinelle Jones was absent from Friday’s celebrations. Friday saw the TODAY show commemorate 70 years on-air following its first broadcast in 1952. Amid the celebrations, some viewers noticed Jones, was seen to be absent from her on-screen duties, with some having since wondered where TODAY’s Sheinelle Jones is. Let’s take a look…
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Sheinelle Jones opens up about being a child of divorce

Sheinelle Jones is sharing her experience as a child of divorced parents. Sheinelle, co-host of the 3rd Hour of TODAY, opened up while discussing photos of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West with their new significant others. The former couple share kids North, 8, Saint, 6, Chicago, 3, and Psalm, 2.
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Why TODAY's Sheinelle Jones Is Telling Black Womens' Fertility Stories On Primetime and Hoping It Will Change Lives

"I'm really hoping that our mothers and daughters will start to have these conversations too." Ask any Black woman if she’s battled some sort of fertility issue or knows another Black woman who has, and her answer will likely be a resounding “yes”. From miscarriages to back-to-back failed IVF treatments and beyond, for so long, many Black women have battled infertility privately, only speaking about it with their doctors, partners and maybe a close friend or family member. We rarely see a group of Black women gather just to be vulnerable about their own fertility journeys. That’s likely because opening up about something so difficult and painful things isn’t easy to do, and certainly not for a primetime television audience.
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Black Women Face Fertility Challenges Silently—Today Show's Sheinelle Jones Is Changing That

The symptoms are astonishing — fibroids that can be seen from the outside of a woman's belly, uncontrollable bleeding, and pain radiating with such intensity that a wedding had to be canceled. The remedies are not much better. One woman said she was "filleted" during a surgery to remove the lesions. Still, when women remember the most painful aspects of fertility challenges, most often, they recall how they felt emotionally. They silently shoulder the burden of loss, internalize messages about self-worth, and experience the stress of grappling with medical systems that treat infertility as if it's something new.
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'Lift the veil': Sheinelle Jones previews infertility documentary

When Ada Teme would lie down, she’d notice that something that looked like “a mountain” protruded from her belly. Eventually, her doctor told her she had a fibroid and that she’d need to have surgery to remove it. While the seven hour surgery gave a name to her symptoms — endometriosis — she had no idea that the years of pain, surgery and endometriosis would make having children difficult.
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Sheinelle Jones, Dylan Dreyer and Jill Martin share their morning routines

As our special series At Home with Jill Martin continues on the 3rd Hour of TODAY, Sheinelle Jones, Dylan Dryer and Jill share their how they get ready to go on air. Jill also spotlights some beauty products, including a Summer Solstice bundle by Original Sprout and a makeup brush set from blendSMART.
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Lin-Manuel Miranda's mom tells Sheinelle Jones how she stayed present

Dr. Luz Towns-Miranda opened up to TODAY's Sheinelle Jones about what it was like raising composer, performer and all-around superstar Lin-Manuel Miranda, creator of "Hamilton" and "In the Heights." Towns-Miranda said that when her son was growing up, both she and her husband Luis worked, which meant they "tag-teamed" caring...
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Sheinelle Jones recalls moment Savannah Guthrie comforted her after tough night

The 7 hottest Father's Day gifts this year, according to Good Housekeeping. As Savannah Guthrie celebrates her 10th anniversary at TODAY, Sheinelle Jones shares a moment when Savannah noticed that she was upset and comforted her after a hard night at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner. “Behind the scenes she is everything, she’s that woman,” said Sheinelle.
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Sheinelle Jones reunites with her mom and grandma in sweet photo

It’s a family reunion for Sheinelle Jones this weekend!. The Wichita native returned back to her home state of Kansas where she was raised to spend some time with her family for the first time in over a year. Sheinelle shared an adorable photo on Instagram as she posed with her mom and grandma. The trio were all smiles in the sunshine during their gorgeous day at the park!
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