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North Bronx Healthcare Network

HANYS awarded its 2011 Pinnacle Award for Quality and Patient Safety to three institutions in recognition of their accomplishments improving the quality and safety of health care for their patients: North Bronx Healthcare Network, Bassett Medical Center, and Mercy Hospital of Buffalo/Catholic Health System.

 

Killer Mushrooms On Your Plate?

It is a classic plot device of murder mysteries: an evil killer slips poisonous mushrooms into the frying pan of an unsuspecting victim who dies an agonizing death....
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Helping Kids Breath Easier In S. Bronx

The South Bronx children should be feeling healthier soon. That is because a new child health center is scheduled to open in their neighborhood this month. The $2.3 million facility is being lauded as a first of its kind....
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Team Bronx Going Healthy On NBC's New Reality Show

The countdown has begun! NBC and Go Healthy NY have teamed up to bring the tri-state area a reality show that is thought provoking, charismatic, informative and entertaining. ...
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Free Fun & Educational Events Offered At Bronx Senior Centers

Touchstone Health, a New York-based Medicare Advantage company, has introduced diverse programs that promote healthy living, social interaction and educational benefits to senior centers in Bronx....
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Bronx Girl Meets Medical Goals

Bronx resident and patient in St. Mary’s Pediatric Day Healthcare ( PDHC) after-school and weekend program, 10-year old Kamya never lets her disability get in the way of her enjoying her childhood....
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Cristian Rivera Foundation Walk-A-Thon

At 9 AM this past Sunday, April 17, 2011 Cristian Rivera Foundation supporters trickled in to the Roberto Clemente State park in the Bronx wearing Cristian Rivera Foundation t-shirts and wristbands to show their support in finding a cure for DIPG (Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma)....
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Free Seniors' Fitness Instructions

City Parks Foundation welcomes all New Yorkers, 60 and over, to participate in CityParks Seniors Fitness. The Spring 2011 season of Seniors Fitness programs will begin the week of May 2, 2011, and will offer free tennis lessons, yoga instruction and fitness walking in 14 parks across the city, including new locations in Brooklyn and Manhattan. ...
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Bronx Health Center Will Serve 4,000

Bronx children will be able to get their health care in a brand new facility, thanks to a project spearheaded by The Children's Aid Society (CAS) with financing from the Primary Care Development Corporation (PCDC)....
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Bronx Assemblyman Seeks Salvia Ban

It is the stuff you saw Miley Cyrus smoke in a bong in a viral video, and it's also the herb a New York father blames for leading to his son's death earlier this month. Now, the New York State Senate has passed a measure aiming to block the sale of the "magic mint" known as salvia....
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American Cancer Society: Relay For Life

The American Cancer Society with the Bronx Chamber of Commerce are currently seeking community volunteers to help organize and participate in its Relay For Life event being planned for July 16, 2011....
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Teenage Pregnancy Prevention

According to Healthy People 2020, the prevention of teen pregnancy is of utmost importance to this nation....
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USDA Recalls Bronx Chicken

A poultry company from Virginia is recalling more than 3,000 pounds of ice-packed chicken over contamination concerns....
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Ruben Diaz Jr. To Walcott On PCB

Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. sent a letter this week to Dennis Walcott, Bloomberg's deputy mayor for education and community development addressing the results of a recent test conducted by the Environmental Protection Agency on PS 68 in the northeast Bronx that showed high levels of PCB contamination....
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Healthy Living For Bronx Families

Findings released today by The Committee for Hispanic Children and Families, Inc. indicate that community-based approaches to reducing the rate of obesity among Latino families can be effective....
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Building A Bigger Community Health Center In Bronx

The Institute for Family Health broke ground today for a major expansion of its Walton Family Health Center, a popular community health facility originally built in cooperation with St. Edmund’s Episcopal Church....
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Community Forum On AIDS In Harlem

In an effort to help inform people about HIV/AIDS, the Scholar’s Committee of the National Action Network will host the Harlem AIDS Forum....
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St. Jude's Hospital Celebration

As submitted by our reader, Verona Williams....
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Screening & Flu Shots Offered In Bronx

The New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation (HHC) today launched its annual “Take Care NY” public health outreach campaign focused on prevention and early detection of some of the most pervasive forms of illness and chronic disease affecting New Yorkers....
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Red Ribbon Week: Drug Use Prevention

Red Ribbon Week is the oldest and largest drug prevention campaign in the country....
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EmblemHealth Family Of Companies Announces Affiliation With BronxDocs Primary & Specialty Care

EmblemHealth, one of the nation's largest non-profit health insurers announced today an affiliation with BronxDocs.
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Health Benefits Of Coffee

Oh, glorious coffee! Can you imagine a day without it? Whether you are on your way to work or in bed coffee is the perfect fix.
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Do You Know Someone With Alzheimer’s Disease?

The James J. Peters Veterans Administration Medical Center in Bronx, NY. has begun a new, national Alzheimer’s disease (AD) clinical research study evaluating the potential benefits of an investigational medicine for people diagnosed with mild-to-moderate AD.
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Healthcare Justice For All

The New York State Nurses Association today kicked off a new “Healthcare Justice for All” campaign to demand safe staffing and fair funding as contract negotiations with New York City public hospitals begin this month.
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Does Working Out Increase Testosterone? 5 Ways To Boost Testosterone Levels

Hey there fellow gym bros, and thanks for stopping by. Today we are going to be addressing the question of does working out increase testosterone, as we look at several ways of naturally boosting your testosterone levels.
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Settlement Reached With EmblemHealth To Ensure Health Insurance Coverage For Gender Reassignment Surgery

Today, Attorney General Barbara D. Underwoodannounced a settlement with EmblemHealth, requiring the health insurance company to cover gender reassignment surgery for its members.
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Obesity In Bronx

Over the past four decades, since 1975, obesity has tripled on a worldwide scale. According to a study done by the World Health Organization in 2016, 39% of the world's adult population was overweight, while 13% of the world's adult population was obese.
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Lehman College To Host Panel Discussion On Use Of Immunotherapy In Fighting Cancer

Lehman College will present "Innovations in Immunotherapy," a panel discussion covering new and exciting breakthroughs in cancer treatment, on Thursday, October 18 at 06:00 p.m. in the Music Building on the Lehman campus. The program is open to the public, and admission is free.
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City Parks Foundation Kicks-Off Free Fall Sports Programs For NYC Youth In Addition To Seniors Fitness Programs

City Parks Foundation is kicking off its 2018 Fall Sports Program for young people and seniors this September.
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NYC Cooling Centers Open Thursday As The Heat & Humidity Continue

As the heat and humidity continue to affect New York City, the New York City Emergency Management Department today announced that cooling centers will remain open through Thursday, August 30, 2018.

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Hristina Tisheva

is a freelance journalist who aspires to be a sports reporter. Her professional background is in radio. She hosted a four-hour long morning talk show and a five-hour long sports program; both on national air in her native Bulgaria. Hristina is currently a graduate student at Columbia Journalism School.