Harlem Word

Article in Health Info
Harlem Word: Dr. Stephanie LeMelle
Mental health and illness is a serious issue, particularly among African American, Latino and other minority groups. Dr. Stephanie LeMelle is a...
Wednesday, September 3rd, 2008 by EditorEditor
Article in Food
Harlem Word: Alex Askew
Food History: Why did our ancestors eat better than we do? Learn from Alex Askew, President of the Black Culinarian Alliance...Alex Askew started his...
Monday, August 11th, 2008 by EditorEditor
Jannelle Cortes
Article in Fitness
Harlem Word: Jannelle Cortes, "dancing: it's all about moving"
Jannelle Cortes began dancing when she was four. She learned ballet, jazz and tap at the Academy of Theatrical Arts in Washington, D.C. When she came...
Monday, August 11th, 2008 by EditorEditor
Article in Health Info
Harlem Word: Dr. Olajide Williams
New York City has a low incidence of strokes compared to the US, but Harlem has the highest rate of stroke in NYC ... Dr Olajide Williams is a...
Monday, August 4th, 2008 by EditorEditor
Article in Fitness
Harlem Word: Dr. Ben Ortiz discusses exercising with asthma
Many people think that having asthma means they can't exercise. But without exercise people are at higher risk for being overweight or obese....
Wednesday, July 30th, 2008 by EditorEditor
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