Health & Nutrition

Bronx Assemblymember Sepulveda Joins with Institute For Family Health to Celebrate Renovation and Expansion of Former Soundview Healthcare Clinic

Bronx Assemblymember Sepulveda Joins with Institute For Family Health to Celebrate Renovation and Expansion of Former Soundview Healthcare Clinic

Assemblyman Luis Sepulveda joined with officials of the Institute for Family Health and its Stevenson Family Health Center in Soundview, the Bronx, on Thursday, Sept. 8 to announce major funding to the health center for its renovation and expansion. Assemblyman […]

Sepulveda, Institute For Family Health Celebrate Renovation and Expansion of Stevenson Healthcare Clinic

Sepulveda, Institute For Family Health Celebrate Renovation and Expansion of Stevenson Healthcare Clinic

​Bronx Assemblyman Luis Sepulveda and The Institute For Family Health Celebrate the Renovation and Expansion of the former Soundview Healthcare Clinic Assemblyman Luis Sepulveda joined with officials of the Institute for Family Health and its Stevenson Family Health Center in Soundview, the […]

by · September 9, 2016 · Health & Nutrition, Local News, News
Bronx REACH CHAMPS Worksite Wellness Forums, July 18-19

Bronx REACH CHAMPS Worksite Wellness Forums, July 18-19

Worksite Wellness Forums, July 18-19, at 4101 White Plains Road, Bronx NY 10466.

City Doesn’t Want Bronxites Drinking Too Much

City Doesn’t Want Bronxites Drinking Too Much

One in six New Yorkers drinks alcohol to excess.

BP Diaz Hosts Bronx Week 2016 Health Day

Health Day events kick off at 7 am at Fordham Plaza (3rd Avenue & East Fordham Road) in the Bronx.

Profile America: Honoring America’s Nurses

This is National Nurses Day, the start of National Nurses Week honoring the nurses who keep Americans healthy.

Profile America: Doctors in the House

The nation’s foremost professional organization, the American Medical Association, was founded this week in 1847 in Philadelphia.

Profile America: Social Insurance

On this date in 1942, Rhode Island became the first state to set up a health or temporary disability insurance program for its working citizens unemployed because of sickness.

CDC: No Doubt Zika Virus Causes Microcephaly and Birth Defects

CDC: No Doubt Zika Virus Causes Microcephaly and Birth Defects

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention made it official Wednesday in a publication rushed into the New England Journal of Medicine that the Zika virus causes birth defects.   “It is now clear … that Zika does cause microcephaly,” […]

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City Health Department Finalizes

The Health Department today published final rules governing the operation and maintenance of cooling towers. The local law – created in partnership with the City Council in response to the Legionnaires’ disease outbreak last summer – authorized the Health Department […]

Profile America: Insulin Lifesaving Medicine

One of world’s foremost lifesaving medicines — insulin — became available this month in 1923 for treating diabetes.

Profile America: Nutrition and Frozen Food Month

Profile America: Nutrition and Frozen Food Month

NUTRITION AND FROZEN FOOD   Thursday, March 24 —  A number of various causes are recognized in March. Two of these seem to go hand in hand, or hand to mouth — National Nutrition Month and National Frozen Food Month. […]

Breast Cancer Mammography Van at St. Helena’s

Breast Cancer Mammography Van at St. Helena’s

The American-Italian Cancer Foundation free Mobile Mammography Van was parked all day in front of St. Helena Catholic Church on Sunday, March 13.  The van offered free Breast Cancer Screenings to women over age 40.  The van will be back […]

Profile America: Wise Health Consumer Month

Profile America: Wise Health Consumer Month

WISE HEALTH CARE CONSUMER MONTH   The nation’s first college of pharmacy was founded in Philadelphia on this date in 1821, an appropriate anniversary to note that many healthcare organizations prescribe February as Wise Health Care Consumer Month. The “Rx” […]

Nutrition Facts Label and Reducing Your Sodium Intake

Nutrition Facts Label and Reducing Your Sodium Intake

February is American Heart Month. In the United States, an estimated 56% of adults have either hypertension (high blood pressure) or prehypertension (slightly elevated blood pressure). Increased sodium intake can increase your risk of developing hypertension, which can lead to heart […]