Health  It is: February 11th, 2016    |   Hudson Valley Press  | Health News Preview Chanel
WASHINGTON, D.C. - First observed on February 7, 1999, National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day is an opportunity to reflect on HIV’s impact on the African American community, support those living with the virus and to encourage all to take a pro-active approach to their health.  The theme of this year’s National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, is “I Am My Brother’s and Sister’s Keeper: Fight...
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The New York State Office of Children and Family Services (OCFS) is giving free pack-and-play cribs...

African-Americans and the Affordable Care Act »  African-Americans and the Affordable Care Act

By Pat Maryland The passage of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) promised to improve the delivery...

Police Raise Funds  for Cancer Awareness »  Police Raise Funds for Cancer Awareness

NEW WINDSOR - The City of Newburgh Police Department enlisted 34 male officers and detectives to...

Breast Cancer Survivors to be Honored at Marist »  Breast Cancer Survivors to be Honored at...

POUGHKEEPSIE - Once again the Marist Women’s Basketball Team will honor the regional breast...

SLCH is Now Part of Montefiore Health System »  SLCH is Now Part of Montefiore Health System

NEWBURGH – The agreement between St. Luke’s Cornwall Hospital and Montefiore Health...


 
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