Moises Perez-Martinez Talks Harlem Health On The Danny Tisdale Show

Moises-Perez on harlem wrld radio1Today Danny Tisdale on The Danny Tisdale Show spoke to Moises Perez-Martinez , Harlem lover, one-time Rep., Charles Rangel Campaign manager and award-winning health Director of Workforce, Community & Government Relations at Advocate Community Providers (ACP)’s regarding his work in-and-outside of Harlem. Continue Reading →

Corona Extra Beer Recalled Due To Concerns About Glass Particles

corona bottlesSome of us in Harlem love a Corona Beer Extra every now and then, so it was sad to hear that the company that makes Corona beer is voluntarily recalling specific bottles due to concerns that they may contain small particles of glass, the company said. Continue Reading →

Join Yoga For Runners Featuring Dr. Metzl And Pure Yoga

pure yoga on the today show1Join Dr. Jordan Metzl, Pure Yoga, and Central Park Conservancy for a special pre-Marathon event in Central Park. Continue Reading →

HW Pick: The Quest For The Good Life Debate At The NY Academy of Sciences

SocratesEver since Socrates declared “the unexamined life is not worth living,” philosophers from Harlem to Harare have been engaged in a passionate debate: What is the good life? What is the nature of happiness, and how can it be attained? Is the development of virtue a prerequisite to the good life? What is the path toward human flourishing? Continue Reading →

Take Care Of Harlem Goes Back To “School”

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By Albert Trotman

On August 23, 2015, New York’s Harlem Hospital Center’s Mural Pavilion was filled with parents looking on as their children K-12 participated in a collaborative art project, fitness activities and a dance contest. Continue Reading →

Report: Blacks Are Twice As likely To Have Diabetes

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The Congressional Black Caucus Health Braintrust released Friday, September 18, 2015 the 2015 Kelly Report on Health Disparities in America, an official Congressional analysis of the state of African-American health that aims to reversing negative health trends in communities of color from Harlem to Hollywood.

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Make Health A Habit At The Harlem Health Revival 2015

DSC_0230This fall celebrate 10 years of the Communities of Harlem Health Revival (CHHR) galvanizing hundreds of people to lift up health in Harlem through their annual Health Walk and Festival. Continue Reading →

Harlem Run In November Issue Of Runners World 2015

11873646_736833663089014_4992302782706156137_nCongrats to the folks at Harlem Run on their photo shoot today in front of a Harlem brownstone for the upcoming November issue of Runner’s World magazine.  Continue Reading →

Harlem Wellness Challenge: We Run Harlem

By CC Minton

We Run Harlem! It’s like a mantra in motion.  You see them running the streets, sprinting through parks and even darting between cars. Continue Reading →

5 Facts You Need to Know About Sickle Cell Disease

african americanJune 19 is World Sickle Cell Awareness Day.  From Harlem to Hollywood this is an important time to learn the facts about sickle cell disease including signs and symptoms, as well as treatment options.

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