Screen Time Among Toddlers Has More Than Doubled Since 1997

Screen time for kids under 2 has more than doubled since 1997, according to a study released Monday. Continue Reading →

Eating Most Of Your Calories Early In The Day Doesn’t Impact Weight Loss, Study Finds

While recent studies have highlighted the health and weight loss benefits associated with intermittent fasting, Continue Reading →

Plant-Based Diets Can Help Consumers Improve Heart Health

A new study conducted by researchers from the American Heart Association revealed the health benefits of consumers switching to more plant-based diets. Continue Reading →

Tips To Get The Whole Family Moving At Home

With many families stuck at home juggling working remotely, homeschooling and trying to keep everyone happy and healthy, it can be easy to let an otherwise active lifestyle fall by the wayside. Continue Reading →

Harlem And Other NYC Health + Hospitals Acute Care Facilities Recognized

NYC Health + Hospitals today announced that each of its 11 acute care facilities was recognized with the American Heart Association’s “Get with the Guidelines” Achievement Awards. Continue Reading →

Five Health Screenings You Should Have

By Bretton Love

Even if you’re feeling well and healthy, you shouldn’t ignore any medical tasks you should carry out for your body. Continue Reading →

Hookah Smoke Could Increase The Risk Of Blood Clots

With vaping illnesses running rampant recently, researchers from the American Heart Association (AHA) dove deeper into the risks associated with another popular type of smoking: hookah. Continue Reading →

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