I was a physician with a lot of stress in my clinical practice. I was smoking a lot of cigarettes and drinking frequently. Then I chose another path and began meditating. Continue Reading →
On May 7, Comunilife and EmblemHealth teamed up to host a symposium focused on raising awareness of the issue of adolescent Latina suicide within the medical and behavioral health provider communities. Continue Reading →
A New York pilot program to root out rats by attacking them in the colonies they set up in parks, subways and sewers has proven so successful that the city is expanding it to all five boroughs, a city official said on Thursday. Continue Reading →
Join Brightpoint Health and the Mobile Health Clinics Association at 115th between 3rd and Lexington Avenues for for fun, food, give-a-ways, activites for children (including face painters and clowns) and more!
Join the “New York City Seniors and the Rising Food Insecurity Crisis,” frank and sobering look at senior hunger – why it exists, who is most affected, and what is being done to solve it. Continue Reading →
The Greater Harlem Chamber of Commerce will explore issues concerning healthcare in urban communities encompassing Obamacare, prescription drugs, women’s health decisions, healthcare insurance and even stress reduction with Tai Chi & QiGong at the 5th Annual National Urban Health Conference from Thursday, April 23 through Sunday, April 26, 2015. Continue Reading →
Trying to lose weight can be a lonely experience. That’s why many people turn to commercial weight-loss programs. But not all are created equal: A new study published in the Annals of Internal Medicine finds that Weight Watchers and Jenny Craig are the most effective programs for long-term weight loss. Continue Reading →
A new year’s resolution can be more than just an announcement. Some of the most popular reasons for making changes in 2015 include spending less, saving more, getting organized and losing weight which tops the list. To sum it up, all of these things tie into wellness. Continue Reading →
I’M STILL HERE!
My 1st article for Harlem World was in October 2009, when I was into my 5th month living with braincancer. Continue Reading →
By Collette Henry
In hearing about the many people who have cancer, it never felt so real until I was diagnosed with brain cancer. Continue Reading →