A Project Of Harmony Grows In Harlem

e9a619a4-2c73-4d9c-aea1-8a069748740aCindy Nibbelink-Worley first planted seeds at The Joseph Daniel Wilson Memorial Garden aka Project Harmony in 1985. Continue Reading →

Learn How to Stay Safe In The Harlem Heat

central park summerstageHeat related illness is serious in Harlem, but it can be prevented. Prolonged exposure to the heat and direct sunlight at a concert at summerstage or relaxing at Mount Morris Park can be very harmful, and in some cases, fatal. Continue Reading →

‘Taste of Seafood’ Closed By Health Department

taste of seafoodSigns of rats, flies and improperly chilled food prompted city restaurant inspectors to shut down Taste of Seafood Friday, according to the Department of Health. Continue Reading →

EmblemHealth And GrowNYC Announce This Season’s Greenmarkets

strawberry photosEmblemHealth, the New York health benefits and wellness company, is once again helping to increase New Yorkers’ access to fresh fruits and vegetables through its sponsorship of GrowNYC Greenmarkets. Continue Reading →

It Was All Good At The Teen Battle Chef Live In Harlem

Emblemheatlh2On June 16, eleven New York high school students from Brooklyn Lab School, Edward A. Reynolds West Side High School and the George Washington Education Campus faced off in “Teen Battle Chef LIVE in Harlem,” an annual cooking competition celebrating achievements of students who participate in the Teen Battle Chef (TBC) program held this year at Madiba Harlem. Continue Reading →

HW Pick: “Clipped Wings They Do Fly” With Bill Duke (video)

bill duke in cryHere’s a trailer for the soon to be released movie “Clipped Wings They Do Fly.” The movie is purposed to bring attention to the Stigmas associated with Mental Illness in our communities from Harlem to Hollywood. Continue Reading →

Try These 3 Simple Stretches To Ease An Aching Back

harlemexperiencesyoga1Since 80 percent of all adults will experience back pain at some point in their lives from Harlem to Hollywood, the odds aren’t really in your favor says Today.com. If you often wake up with an achy back, here’s my suggestion: First, try a little mild cardio to warm up, such as power walking (make sure your muscles are warmed up before you begin!). Continue Reading →

The Power Of Mom And Dad Mentoring

seitu greatday12 Dr. Shanessa Fenner, Principal

Learning begins at home.  From the moment a child is born their parents have big hopes, dreams, and aspirations for them.  They envision a successful life of learning and achieving goals. Continue Reading →

Morgan’s Big Biology Test At Harlem Hospital Center

Morgan's Big Biology TestCheck out an exciting interactive stage play that exposes all ages to health and science called Morgan’s Big Biology Test.

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Sponsored Love: Enjoy The Harlem Summer Sun With These Simple Steps

Summer Sun SafetyBy Dr. Navarra Rodriguez

Skin of every color, tone and shade needs protection from the sun every day, no matter where you are. 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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