First Lady Chirlane McCray Announces Partnership

Chirlane McCrayFirst Lady Chirlane McCray announced today a partnership between the Mayor’s Fund to Advance New York City, the Health Department, and the Fund for Public Health that will create a roadmap for a more inclusive mental health system in New York City.  Continue Reading →

Stressed Out? Social Media May Help Harlem Women Cope

Woman using digital tablet on sofa (Blend Images via AP Images)Face it, ladies: your DIY projects rarely turn out like the ones you see on Pinterest, and your Facebook posts aren’t universally “liked.” But a new survey suggests that despite such woes, social networking is still good for you. Continue Reading →

NYC Announces New Campaign For Healthcare At No Cost

securedownloadThe Health Department and the Human Resources Administration (HRA) today launched a new ad campaign to remind New Yorkers that they may qualify for a health insurance plan available through the Affordable Care Act at no cost. Continue Reading →

Monifa “The Healthy Motivator” Maat Camp In Harlem

monifaThe 2014 annual report of the United Health Foundation’s state health rankings for NY (http://www.americashealthrankings.org/NY) notes that obesity has increased by 8%. Unhealthy eating habits and lack of an active lifestyle are two major causes of this continuing increase in our waistlines. Continue Reading →

The Harlem Dispensary, Harlem, NY, 1870 (Drypoint Drawing)

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The Harlem Dispensary, the drypoint drawing was done on 108 East 128th Street, in East Harlem, New York,1870. Continue Reading →

Free Empowerment Event for Harlem Youth!

harlem mentoring expo1Calling all 3rd grade through 12th grade students, College Students, Caregivers, Health Professional Students, Educators, Community Members and Practicing Health Professionals & Scientists in NY, NJ & CT. Continue Reading →