While training at Kings County Hospital in internal medicine, I often had to admit many patients with pneumonia.
Heart disease is the leading cause of death for Americans. It's especially of concern for women, because their symptoms can be different from men's, according to the American Heart Association.
Newark Mayor Ras J. Baraka and other officials broke ground for the Mary Eliza Mahoney Health Center at Bradley Court on Wednesday.
If you are overweight, have emotional problems or have difficulty with English, there's a good chance your doctor could be judging you because of it.
Having less access to resources such as recreational programs, parks and full-service grocery stores have a greater impact on the nation’s childhood obesity rate than race, according to a recent report.
Although most middle and high school students in the United States have never used tobacco, almost half of this group of never-smokers has been exposed to secondhand smoke, according to a study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Throughout the solar system, the Earth is the only planet that has been blessed with water.
NYC Health + Hospitals/Lincoln and NYC Health + Hospitals/TheFund, the philanthropic arm of the city’s public health system, have teamed up with Brooklyn artist Katie Yamasaki to create a one-of-a-kind mural inside a hospital stairwell...
There is an old World War II song that states, “Save the bones for Henry Jones, ‘cause Henry don’t eat no meat.” When the war was upon us, it was difficult to get meat, and most families made soups containing ...
More than 200 students and faculty members from the Touro College Graduate School of Social Work gathered recently to discuss the timely topic of violence in our communities and how to manage client anger, rage and humiliation before such emotions ...
Despite the myriad joys the season brings, it can be a stressful time for many of us.
According to a new study, African American men with clinical chronic prostatitis have a significantly lower risk of prostate cancer.
AIDS/HIV is no respecter of persons regardless of age, race or profession, thus people worldwide unite every Dec. 1 in their fight against the disease, to show support for people living with AIDS/HIV and commemorate those who have died from ...
While the overall number of HIV diagnoses continues to fall in the United States since the first cases were documented 30 years ago, at least two groups of the population are seeing a sharp increase in those numbers.
In honor World AIDS Day, which took place this week, NYC Health + Hospitals is reminding New Yorkers to prioritize their health by getting an HIV test.