The Fibroid Foundation will host a reception and presentation on Thursday, May 10, 2018 at 5:30pm in the Penthouse of the new Columbia University Fertility Center at 5 Columbus Circle (1790 Broadway) in New York City.
The forum, titled More Than Words—The Impact of Stress, Adversity and Trauma on Teen Well-Being, drew more than 30 attendees from Harlem schools and organizations.
The Metro Manhattan Chapter of The Links, Inc., with support of Harlem Hospital and Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, co-hosted a forum in response to the emerging teen depression crisis by providing a safe space for teens and their families to ...
The wearable “toddler cane” fastens around the waist, positioning two attached white shafts joined with a U-shaped bumper on the ground two steps ahead, providing the child with continuous, next-step warning.
In this column today, I would like to dwell on the many folks who have contributed toward children’s well-being.
People living with sickle cell disease (SCD) fight a lifelong, uphill battle against severe pain, isolation and a medical establishment often ill-equipped to offer compassionate, informed care.
The opioid crisis in the United States is at an all-time high, impacting thousands of Americans every day.
April is National Donate Life Month and National Minority Health Month and the New York-based National Kidney Foundation recently released a public-service announcement targeted to African- Americans to foster awareness of kidney disease and organ donation.
I have many female patients come to my office complaining about pain in their muscles.
Against the backdrop of sirens blaring from a YouTube video showing emergency vehicles stuck in a New York City traffic jam, approximately 50 high school students in an after school program at Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine last week learned ...
Picture your elderly father living alone and seeing a doctor for several chronic conditions, and his latest checkup has you troubled.
Remember, human beings need beans in their diets to enjoy and maintain good health.
The number of deaths caused by pregnancy and childbirth in the United States is increasing at an alarming rate, according to statistics. It is said that Black women are more prone than white women, but the risk is even higher ...
The American Heart Association says that for most people, shoveling snow might not lead to any health problems.