Exercise is an important key to avoiding both cardiovascular disease and diabetes. According to a study reported in the Journal of the American Medical Association, women who are able to perform physical activities, such as climbing a flight of stairs ...
Inner-city stray birds and animals experience hazardous conditions during the winter months while they are trying to survive
A few days ago, I overheard a woman in Brooklyn saying proudly that she and her two children have never gotten the flu shot and have never gotten sick.
Since 2007, the rate of suicide deaths among children between the ages of 10 and 14 has doubled, according to new government data released Thursday.
New York Amsterdam News Editor and breast cancer survivor Nayaba Arinde was featured on a panel discussion on Friday on TheRoot.com.
Cranberries, cranberry juice and cranberry products are often recommended as a natural way to prevent urinary tract infections, but a new study suggests that this effort may be futile.
Members of the Pi Kappa Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. and the North Manhattan Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. recently came together for the Breast Cancer Survivor Celebration of Life Party in Washington Heights
New York City First Lady Chirlane McCray announced a citywide hotline to provide support for issues related to mental health Oct. 24 at a community support center in the Corona neighborhood in Queens.
What happened on a hot summer day two years ago still shakes Dr. Emily Whitgob to the core.
Young people who get the human papillomavirus vaccine before turning 15 need only two doses, rather than three, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced last week.
I thought of that important lesson when I learned I had been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. My A1C level, measuring my blood sugar, was an unbelievable 17; this dangerous number is three times the normal level of what is ...
On Oct. 15, with support from Bronx Council Member Ritchie Torres, not-for-profit New York community health plan Amida Care presented “Dance to the Rhythm,” a free community “Live Your Life” wellness event at Webster Police Athletic League in the Bronx.
Racial disparities between black and white breast cancer patients are receding, according to a report released Thursday.
The majority of American adults use dietary supplements.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and citizens are still working hard to raise the profile of the disease.