NYC Health + Hospitals and SUNY College of Optometry today announced a new partnership that will enhance vision services for patients at four NYC Health + Hospitals facilities.
As I was waiting for my tires to be changed in the garage, I began to reflect how often we change well worn tires but can’t change our knees.
BRONX, January 2020—NYC Health + Hospitals/Lincoln in the Bronx welcomed the first baby of the Bronx (for the new decade and for 2020) at 12:02 a.m. Ousmane Camara
New York Attorney General Letitia James, along with a coalition of 19 additional attorneys general from around the nation, filed a multi-state amicus brief in support of a lawsuit that seeks to protect a woman’s right to safe and legal ...
My mom used to say that when things were not up to par, “Laugh and the world laughs with you, cry and you cry alone.” She also used to sing a song with the words, “Get your hat and get ...
As local families flock to holiday parties and travel to grandma’s house, flu is now widespread locally, as well as in more than 20 other states.
Dr. Herbert Oye is a Board Certified Endovascular and Vascular Surgeon, specializing in invasive and non-invasive treatment of vascular diseases.
More than 190 million Americans suffer from chronic diseases. For them, healthcare reform isn’t a political football––it’s a matter of life and death.
Well, commercial Xmas is over, and folks are beginning to regain their sanity after buying, buying and buying.
My first introduction to an ethnic cookie was the gingerbread boy or girl that I saw in the window of my local bakery.
On Dec.15, 2019, which is also International Tea Day, Wellness Tea Therapy, LLC will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony to introduces wellness into the community and beyond through health-conscious teas
It is interesting how important the bean is in our food chain, and I don’t mean jellybeans! For good nutrition and survival, man has had to lean on the bean.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention expressed concern on Monday as it released figures that show a significant portion of young Americans are at a high risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
Touro College and its Graduate School of Social Work have secured two grants totaling $1.36 million to train students, faculty and staff in fighting the nation’s opioid crisis.
In commemoration of World Diabetes Day and National Diabetes Month, SUNY Health, the coalition of State University of New York hospitals from across the state, urged New Yorkers to get screened for diabetes and learn more about managing the disease.