The NYDailyNews reports that Harlem start-up makes house calls — and the city has taken note. City Health Works, a community health organization, has taken its campaign into people’s homes in an effort to educate East Harlemites battling a host of health woes.
Friday, August 21st, 2014 – Social entrepreneur CC Minton to bring wealth of philanthropic, event, health and wellness expertise to the Harlem World Magazine team. Continue Reading →
Fruits and vegetables are a delicious and affordable way for you and your family to eat healthy, and the Health Department wants to encourage Harlemites and New Yorkers to make healthy choices when grabbing a snack to eat on the go. Continue Reading →
National African American Hepatitis C Action Day (NAAHCAD), a national mobilization initiative officially proclaimed in July 2013, is aimed at reducing the high incidence of Hepatitis C infection in black communities. Continue Reading →
EmblemHealth, the New York-based health insurance and wellness company, kicked off a neighborhood-by-neighborhood campaign that encourages everyone to take small steps each day toward healthier living. Continue Reading →
… 27% of New York City public high school students report feeling sad or hopeless almost every day.
The Health Department released a public service announcement today featuring former New York Knick Metta World Peace to help reduce the stigma about mental health and encourage teens and young adults to speak up about their problems. Continue Reading →
Leaders from across nutrition-related sectors will convene in Wageningen, Netherlands to identify and activate critical research projects to improve nutrition among key groups, such as adolescent girls—an often neglected population. Continue Reading →
EmblemHealth will kick-off a city-wide campaign for a healthier New York with a free, outdoor Zumba class – the largest in Harlem. Continue Reading →
Christopher Leo Daniels, patient talks at from the Comprehensive LGBT Health Center at 1901 First Avenue at 97th Street in East Harlem , New York. Continue Reading →