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Did you know…YOU can benefit from research studies!

Research helps us understand how things work, and educates us on better ways to eat, live, and be healthy.

Did you know... texting can cause serious damage to your neck!

Did You Know…Texting can cause serious damage to your neck and back?

Did you know…you could reduce the chances of your bike being stolen with the “Operation ID-Bicycle Registration” program?

Biking in NYC has become popular as people use it as a way to save money on public transport, get fit, and have fun!

But, there are some downsides—especially the chance that your bike could be stolen if it is left unattended and not properly secured.

Did you know...it is important to be educated about prostate cancer?

Did you know…it is important to be educated about prostate cancer?

Did you know…you could get a low or no cost colonoscopy?

A colonoscopy is a very important screening that helps prevent colorectal cancer.

Did you know that children with toxic stress can have health and social problems in adulthood if they are not prevented?

The New York Time article “Protecting Children from Toxic Stress,” written by David Bornstein talks about how the Child First Program helps prevent young children (age 6 and under) from traumas that affect their mental and physical health in adulthood.

Did you know...how to protect your baby from chemicals called phthalates while you are pregnant?

Did you know...how to protect your baby from phalates while you are pregnant?

Did you know...there are ways to make quitting smoking easier?

Here are some tips from the NYC Department of Health to make quitting smoking easier:

Prepare yourself.

Make a list of your reasons for quitting and plan for situations that may tempt you to smoke.

Did you know...that high blood pressure can lead to a stroke?

Managing high blood pressure is the most important thing you can do to prevent stroke.

Did you know … alcohol can raise your blood pressure?

Drinking a lot of alcohol regularly can lead to high blood pressure

Drinking a lot of alcohol regularly can lead to high blood pressure

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