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By PiaFergus
In Brownsville
Feb 10th, 2017
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About: “With Pilates you can expect an increase in flexibility, mobility, balance and body awareness, as well as a decrease in back pain or other general pains. This a beginning level class in Pilates matwork, no prior knowledge of Pilates is required. Instructor : Rebecca Williamson” Add...
By PiaFergus
In Brownsville
Dec 16th, 2016
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About: “New York Giants players Dominique Rodgers Cromartie and Jay Bromley will visit Brookdale Hospital’s Pediatric Floor on Monday, December 19th at 1:00PM at Brookdale University Hospital and Medical Center, 1 Brookdale Plaza, Brooklyn. The holiday toy drive is run as a part of Brookdale’s ...
By PiaFergus
In Brownsville
Nov 29th, 2016
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About: “November 30, 2016 – Brookdale University Hospital and Medical Center’s HIV department along with the Treatment for Life Center (TLC), Watchful Eye, and the Mehala Isadora Miller (MIM) Foundation will host a World AIDS Day Kickoff Event on Wednesday, November 30th at 11:30 AM at Brookdale Univ...
By PiaFergus
In Crown Heights
Nov 3rd, 2016
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About: “2016 schedule changes: Contrary to previous years, the market will not be open the Wednesday before Thanksgiving (November 23rd). Visit the market on Saturday, November 19th, or the nearby Bartel-Pritchard Square Greenmarket on Wednesday, November 23rd for all your Thanksgiving shopping...
By PiaFergus
In Brownsville
Nov 3rd, 2016
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About: “Battle ropes are often thought of as a tool for your upper body, which they are. However, their benefits don’t end there. Battle rope workouts work the muscles in your abs, back, and glutes. You can incorporate movements, such as jumps, lunges, and squats that work your legs, too. No sk...
By Nikkia Rivera
In East New York
May 11th, 2016
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Sponsored by Housing Works. Food Allergies affect 6% of children and 4% of adults. They can start at any age, last for years or for a lifetime, and can provoke symptoms that range from very mild to extremely severe. In honor of Food Allergy Awareness Week, we’re going over the most common type of foo...
By Nikkia Rivera
In East New York
May 2nd, 2016
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Sponsored by Housing Works. Everyone gets headaches. They can vary from mild to severe, and can last anywhere from a few minutes to an entire week. Here we list the symptoms, causes, and treatments of each type of headache, as well as the signs and symptoms to look out for in severe cases.   Types [&...
By Nikkia Rivera
In East New York
Apr 29th, 2016
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1075 Views
Sponsored by Housing Works. Chickenpox (also known as Varicella) is not nearly as common as it once was. Since 1995, cases of Chickenpox have gone down 90 percent. And yet, people who have not received the Chickenpox vaccine and who have never experienced Chickenpoxs are still at risk of contracting ...
By Nikkia Rivera
In East New York
Apr 14th, 2016
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1290 Views
  Sponsored by Housing Works. Asthma is an extremely common disease, affecting over 22 million people in the United States alone. It often begins in childhood and can follow a person throughout their life. And even though there is no cure, when treated correctly, asthma can be both managed and c...
By Nikkia Rivera
In East New York
Apr 12th, 2016
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873 Views
  Sponsored by Housing Works. Losing weight can be difficult. Although we all know that diet and exercise is key, we’re always looking for faster options; options that will jump start us towards healthier habits, shed those extra ten pounds before the summer, and get our bodies into a permanent ...