Health Department Warns New Yorkers Increase In Hepatitis A And More

The Health Department today is reporting 46 cases of hepatitis A among New York City residents who had sex with men or had sexual contact with men who have sex with men (MSM) between January 1 and August 31, 2017. Continue Reading →

Free Best Ways To Say Goodbye To Summer In Harlem

Autumn is here but there are plenty of ways to savor summer. From working out to Zumba in the park to enjoying an outdoor film at Morningside Park, here’s a way to say goodbye to summer in Harlem.

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STDs Are Surging In NYC This Year With Harlem At The Top In All Categories

Patch reports that Mayor Bill de Blasio found a bunch of happy figures to throw around in his annual “Mayor’s Management Report,” a sort of mandatory in-house report card, for summer 2017. Continue Reading →

National Sickle Cell Awareness Month: Hope Of A Widely Available Cure For Sickle Cell Disease

By National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute

September is not just “back-to-school” month; it’s National Sickle Cell Awareness Month—a month selected to call attention to a life-long illness affecting around 100,000 Americans, the majority of whom are African American or Hispanic. Continue Reading →

Health Department Launches Campaign “Breastfeeding Friendly Communities” From Harlem To Hollis

The Health Department’s Center for Health Equity launched a new campaign “Breastfeeding Friendly Communities” to raise awareness about a mother’s right to breastfeed in public whenever and wherever she chooses. Continue Reading →

NYC Orgs Partner For Patient Self-Management, Health Coaching Uptown

Sources report that New York City-based hospital Mount Sinai St. Luke’s has partnered with a local health coaching group to support health coaching and patient self-management. Continue Reading →

Administration For Children’s Services Releases A “Foster Parent’s Guide To Education”

The New York City Administration for Children’s Services (ACS) today released its Administration for Children’s Services (ACS) today released its ACS Foster Parent’s Guide to Education, a valuable guide specifically made for foster parents to help them in navigating the city’s public school system. Continue Reading →

Ohhhh My, A Yummy Not Just Chocolate Cupcakes Recipe

Not-Just-Chocolate-CupcakesMcCall Farms is celebrating back to school by sharing their Not Just Chocolate Cupcakes delicious farm fresh recipe. This recipe is simple, satisfying and nutritious. Continue Reading →

The Alzheimer’s Association Invites Harlem Residents To Join The Fight To End Alzheimer’s

The Alzheimer’s Association® – New York City Chapter invites Harlem residents to join the fight to end Alzheimer’s by participating in the Alzheimer’s Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s. Continue Reading →

Fresh Start Back To School From Harlem To Hollis

GrowNYC wants us to resist the pull of P and J’s (peanut butter and jelly) or  M and C’s (mac & cheese) sandwiches.

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Health Department Recommends New Yorkers Be Vaccinated Before Traveling To Europe

The Health Department is reminding travelers from Harlem to Hollis to be vaccinated before taking a trip to Europe. Continue Reading →

Back-To-School Health Advice For Every Harlem Kid

Rather you are in Harlem or Harare, a healthy start to a new school year starts with a visit to your child’s doctor. Continue Reading →

Health Department Confirms First Human Case Of West Nile Virus For 2017 (Not In Harlem)

The Health Department today confirmed the first human case of West Nile virus of the 2017 season. The patient is less than 50 years of age with underlying medical conditions and is in serious condition at a Manhattan hospital. Continue Reading →

Bassett, Health Commissioner Passes Legislation To Curtail Tobacco Use From Harlem To Hollis

Health Commissioner Dr. Mary T. Bassett on passing of comprehensive tobacco legislation package with effects from Harlem to Hollis, Queens:

“The City today took a major stride toward improving the health of New Yorkers by passing a comprehensive legislative package to further curtail tobacco use. Continue Reading →

Techniques For Keeping Your Stress Level Low From Harlem To Harare

Life gives people plenty of reasons to be stressed.

Relationship problems, child-rearing issues, job woes and a lack of money are just some of life’s complications that can weigh people down – and cause health problems.
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