The Fab Princess Di Visits Harlem Hospital New York 1989 (Update)

In 1989 UPI reports that Princess Diana hugged and stroked children suffering from AIDS in a visit to a Harlem hospital today and questioned a doctor about the deadly disease. Continue Reading →

The COVID-19 Crisis: Harlem Haberdashery Creates PPE For Healthcare Workers On The Frontlines

Amid the global health crisis, the lack of personal protective equipment has raised growing concern regarding the safety of healthcare workers who are on the frontlines of fighting the pandemic. Continue Reading →

The Association Of Black Cardiologists Brings The Spirit Of The Heart Tour, Fair And More To Harlem

The Association of Black Cardiologists, Inc. (ABC) is excited to have Harlem as part of its annual Spirit of the Heart (SOH) tour in Harlem. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Patricia Era Bath, A Career Of Firsts, An Inventor And Founder, 1942 – 2019

Patricia Era Bath, November 4, 1942 – May 30, 2019, was an American ophthalmologist, inventor, humanitarian, and academic. Continue Reading →

Doctors’ Suicide Rate Highest Of Any Profession Reports Harlem Hospital Doctor

WebMD reports that one doctor commits suicide in the U.S. every day — the highest suicide rate of any profession. And the number of doctor suicides — 28 to 40 per 100,000 — is more than twice that of the general population, new research shows. Continue Reading →

Big L’s Harlem Family Launch New Website

Thanks to the folks at HipHopDX they’re reporting that Big L’s family have launched Big L Life, a new lifestyle and merchandise website created to honor the Harlem lyricist and continue his legacy. Continue Reading →


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