Did You Know?

Did you know…. 50,000 American youth are held in prisons on any given day?

When young people are taken away from their homes and put into prisons, they are more likely to abuse drugs, commit suicide, and suffer from mental illness. This hurts the young people being held, their families, as well as their communities. 

Did you know…what to expect and how to prepare for a colonoscopy?

Did you know…what to expect and how to prepare for a colonoscopy?

Did you know…a colonoscopy can save your life?

Did you know…a colonoscopy can save your life?

4 Tips to reduce stress during commuter delays or cancellations

Did you know…there are simple steps you can take to reduce stress during commuter delays or cancellations?

5 Free NYC commuting apps

Did you know...there are free NYC commuting apps that make your trip less painful?

Did you know… learning about the Glycemic Index can help you manage your blood sugar?

We’ve all heard people talk about “blood sugar”—and if you or someone you know has diabetes this topic is even more important. But what is it? And how does what we eat affect it?

Did you know… there are safe ways to get rid of bed bugs?

Bed bugs are small insects that feed mainly on human blood. They like to live in houses and apartments, and are fond of living in bedding. Baby bed bugs are see-through, tan in color, and as small as a poppy seed. Adult bed bugs are flat, oval, rusty red in color, and about the size of an apple seed.

Did You Know…One pill a day can help protect you against HIV

Think you might be at risk for HIV and looking for a way to have worry-free sex? PrEP (also known as pre-exposure prophylaxis) could be for you.

Did You Know… Just one hour of physical activity a day can keep your kids healthy

May 18 2017

A little bit of movement is good for the body and the mind, and that’s especially true when it comes to our kids. According to health experts, by adding just one hour of movement throughout the day, kids are able to focus better in the classroom, and might even pay more attention to what you tell them!

Did you know… there are safe ways to prevent bedbugs from entering your home?

Bed bugs  are small insects that feed mainly on human blood. They like to live in houses and apartments, and are fond of living in bedding. Baby bed bugs are see-through, tan in color, and as small as a poppy seed. Adult bed bugs are flat, oval, rusty red in color, and about the size of an apple seed.

 

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