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Kidney Disease, Explained

March is National Kidney Health Month, a good time to learn more about kidney disease, its complications, and early warning signs to watch out for.

Body Weight Exercises That You Can Do Anywhere

Here are a few body weight exercises that you can do around the house at your leisure. Be sure to consult with your doctor before starting an exercise regimen.

Cold vs. Flu: What’s the Difference?

What’s the difference between the cold and a flu from a symptom and biological standpoint? We break down the important distinctions below.

Everything You Need to Know About Breast Cancer

Breast cancer is the second-most common form of cancer that women are likely to face. Here’s everything you should know about stats, screening, and prevention.

Superfoods: Fact or Fiction?

Blueberries. Chia seeds. Kale. Acai. Welcome to this blog post about whether superfoods are a thing. (Spoiler: They’re not.)  But don’t toss the quinoa just yet.  According to the Harvard School of Health, “superfood” is nothing but a marketing term, conferring power and value – nutritional and moral – to a set of mainly leafy

Living a Normal Life With Heart Disease

According to the CDC, about 18.2 million American adults (around 6.7%) age 20 and older have coronary artery disease, the most common type of heart disease. Heart disease can be a stressful and scary condition to live with, but it can be managed. With rehab and collaboration with a health care team, many individuals with

Practicing Healthy Self-Care in the New Year

Staying healthy can be hard. We all live busy lives and sometimes stressful lives, and that can make taking a few hours a week to focus on yourself and your health an easy thing to overlook. But taking some time to take care of yourself and your mental and physical health is important! Here are

Fun & Fruity Holiday Desserts

The holiday season is here! A tasty dessert is a staple of any holiday meal, and we have a few favorites that won’t just wow your guests with flavor, but also have a healthy serving of fruit. Plus, they’re fun to make!

How to Stay Happy & Healthy With Diabetes

According to the CDC, over 1 in 10 Americans have diabetes, and 1 in 3 adults are categorized as pre-diabetic. While diabetes does come with a number of complications, it is not a death sentence: individuals with diabetes can still live happy, healthy lives. In this infographic, we’ll give you some tips from health organizations

This Year in Health News (So Far)

This year has again been a busy one for health news, so New York Health Works has put together a recap of all of the important health information from the year so far. Read on to see what went on in the world of health and medicine since January 2021! COVID vaccination rates continue to