Ladies, come join in every Tuesday and Thursday evenings at the PAL Harlem Center located on 441 Manhattan Avenue for an evening of fitness!
For the past three years the New York City Strategic Alliance for Health (SAfH) has been working with community based organizations, parents, school personnel and the wider public health community to make the Excellence in School Wellness Award the primary tool to recognize and motivate NYC ele
Welcome the start of a new month right! Come join the East Harlem Asthma Center of Excellence (EHACE) for the month of February for their wide range of interesting and exciting events. From fitness classes to educational workshops, EHACE has it all!
Monique Hedmann, MPH, is a public health researcher, poet, community health advocate, and premedical student in the Northern Manhattan community. Here, we meet Monique as she talks about her interest in public health and her inspirations.
Want to play like a pro? Join NBA Fit for the Dribble Dish & Swish Regional Competition. Show off your basketball skills in this fun and exciting activity. The event is free and open to kids ages 7-17.
When: January 17, 2015
12:00pm - 2:00pm
Science & Health: “Getting to School- A Neighborhood Report” by the Harlem, Brooklyn and Bronx District Public Health Offices
Physical activity helps children stay at a healthy weight and do better in school, but many New York City students do not get enough. Walking, biking or riding a skateboard or scooter are all great ways to add physical activity.