Oranges And Tangerines Can Help Reduce Risk Of Obesity, Heart Disease, And Diabetes

Including plenty of fruits and vegetables in your diet can help keep you healthy, but a recent study shows that one particular type of fruit could be more beneficial than previously thought. Continue Reading →

First-Of-Its-Kind Report & Poll Of NYC Latino Health Discrepancies From Harlem To Hollis

SOMOS Community Care, a New York City-based nonprofit, physician-led network of more than 2,500 health care providers with over 700,000 patients rooted in NYC’s immigrant-rich neighborhoods. Continue Reading →

Harlem Rep Adriano Espaillat Slams GOP Assault On Health Care

Today, as oral arguments begin in a federal District Court in Texas in the Republicans’ Texas v. United States lawsuit to strike down the Affordable Care Act’s protections for people with pre-existing conditions,

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Health Department Urges Health Care Providers To Regularly Screen Men Who Have Sex With Men

The Health Department today released a new Vital Signs report about rectal STIs and the risk for later HIV infection among gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men (MSM).
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Rep. Adriano Espaillat To Hold District Town Hall In Harlem

On Monday, June 5, 2017 at 6:00 p.m. EDT Harlem Congressman Adriano Espaillat will hold a town hall event at the Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. State Office Building, located at 163 West 125th Street (corner of Adam Clayton Powell Blvd). Continue Reading →

A Letter From Jason Helgerson, New York State Medicaid Director

Fellow New Yorker,

As New York’s Medicaid Director, I couldn’t be more appalled by House Speaker Paul Ryan’s health care plan. Continue Reading →

OP-Ed: How The Proposed “Trumpcare” May Affect Medicare

By Richard Robinson

The answer to the question “How Might Trumpcare Affect Medicare?” appears to depend on who is weighing in and the possible impact it will have for American citizens both those who are retired and perhaps more importantly for those who are currently still in the workforce. Continue Reading →


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