Inspired by their obsession with the hit film, “The Intern”, Gwen Wunderlich and Dara Kaplan of Wunderlich Kaplan Communications are excited to launch the first of its kind in the Public Relations sector, a women’s Re-Entry to the Workforce Internship Program called THE ENTERNSHIP.
Members of the Touro College of Pharmacy Class of 2016 received their doctor of pharmacy degrees last week at a spirited ceremony led by their new Dean, Dr. Henry Cohen.
Happy Military Appreciation Month! All military personnel face tough challenges when readjusting to civilian life upon retirement, which, for the average officer, happens at age 47.
Executive Director of the Commission on Gender Equity Azadeh Khalili today announced the launch of the CGE website: nyc.gov/genderequity.
Pediatric patients at NYU Langone Medical Center created artistic flower pots for their moms in honor of Mother’s Day this Sunday. Not only did this craft make their mothers proud, but it was also part of their treatment.
NYU Lutheran hosted its 133rd Annual Dinner Dance at Chelsea Piers in Manhattan on Wednesday, April 6, 2016. Emceed by Gus Rosendale, NBC 4 reporter and anchor, the charity event was attended by more than 500 guests and raised $800,000 to support the expansion of NYU Lutheran’s emergency department.
Last Thursday night on March 31st, six groundbreaking couples got married at PopBliss, the first ever luxury group pop-up wedding presented by R. Kristi Modern Hospitality and Hornblower Infinity in New York City.
With National Doctor’s Day just days away and the medical profession undergoing intense change in recent years, with the Affordable Care Act, the rise of branded hospital networks and the retirement of Baby Boomers, the personal finance website WalletHub today released its report on the 2016’s Best & Worst States for Doctors.
A former Mount Sinai Hospital ER doctor in Harlem New York had quite an explanation for why his sperm may have landed on the face of a patient who accused him of sexual abuse during an examination of her shoulder.
By Dr. Sunny Vikrum Malhotra Does your heart sometimes skip a beat or bounce around? Does it occasionally feel fast or fluttering? If so, these can be signs of Atrial Fibrillation (AFib), which is a common heart rhythm disorder from Harlem to Hollywood.
To confront the debilitating effect of mental illness on Brooklyn’s low income communities, Brooklyn Community Services (BCS), will host the summit Brooklyn Stand Up! Breaking the Stigma of Mental Illness.
Brooklyn Community Services (BCS) announces that Carla Hall, the acclaimed cuisine author and co-host of ABC’s popular lifestyle series The Chew, will be the emcee at the historic 150th Anniversary Kick-Off Gala Our Purpose is Our Community.
The Digital Health Marketplace helps companies sell products through matchmaking and pre-sale pilot support. We aim to accelerate the diffusion of useful technologies that will help NYC’s hospitals, health systems, payers, and clinics transform healthcare across the five boroughs.
Today, Manhattan Borough President Gale A. Brewer toured three senior centers, kicking off a citywide effort to distribute thousands of copies of “Age-Smart Manhattan,” her office’s new senior resource guide.
The NYC Health Department announced today that New York City’s colon cancer screening rate increased by 66 percent in the last decade. Despite colon cancer being one of the most preventable cancers, it is the second deadliest cancer, killing more than 1,300 New Yorkers in 2013.