A Letter From Jason Helgerson, New York State Medicaid Director

Fellow New Yorker,

As New York’s Medicaid Director, I couldn’t be more appalled by House Speaker Paul Ryan’s health care plan. Continue Reading →

Tia Mowry On “Whole New You: How Real Food Transforms Your Life” (Video)

Whole New You: How Real Food Transforms Your Life, for a Healthier, More Gorgeous You” is Harlem fave Tia Mowry’s new book. Continue Reading →

OP-Ed: How The Proposed “Trumpcare” May Affect Medicare

By Richard Robinson

The answer to the question “How Might Trumpcare Affect Medicare?” appears to depend on who is weighing in and the possible impact it will have for American citizens both those who are retired and perhaps more importantly for those who are currently still in the workforce. Continue Reading →

NYC Health + Hospitals Launches Women’s Digital Health Services Campaign

NYC Health + Hospitals is launching a digital campaign today to reassure New York City women of the wide range of health services available to them, regardless of immigration status or ability to pay.  Continue Reading →

Harlem Congressman Adriano Espaillat Slams GOP’s ‘Pay More For Less’ Trumpcare

Congressman Adriano Espaillat slammed Republicans ‘Pay More For Less’ repeal bill after the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) released a report detailing the consequences of the GOP plan. Continue Reading →

Simple Ways A Harlemite Can Improve Their Health Every Day

By Mike Robinson

As a Harlemite, you may love the city’s high-energy environment, the great job opportunities, access to some of the best restaurants in the country, exceptional culture and more. Continue Reading →

Funding Available For Residential Building Owners Seeking To Prevent Health Hazards

The New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) and the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH) remind building owners of free federal grants available to correct health hazards in buildings constructed before 1960. Continue Reading →

How To Make Sure Your Children Have Healthy Teeth

Practicing good dental habits is important for children to protect their teeth from decay. You should start early, when your baby is an infant. Continue Reading →

Tips For Controlling “The Silent Killer” — High Blood Pressure

The number one misconception among patients with high blood pressure is that they don’t feel sick. That’s why high blood pressure or hypertension is commonly known as the silent killer — you don’t have to feel anything to be affected. Continue Reading →

Reporter Helps Homeless Harlem Woman With Housing, Surgery Needs

We have reported in the past about PIX 11’s news Monica Morales in helping residents with some kind of problem in Harlem. Continue Reading →