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  • Snapshot of WAHI - Cancer

    Posted By Get Healthy Heights on September 04, 2014

    Snapshot of WAHI is a series of infographics about Washington Heights & Inwood (WAHI) that is based on data free to the public. Each infographic highlights a health topic and links viewers to tools and web apps (applications). Data on WAHI is compared to data on Manhattan and New York City (NYC).

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  • Snapshot of WAHI - Heart Health

    Posted By Get Healthy Heights on September 04, 2014

    Snapshot of WAHI is a series of infographics about Washington Heights & Inwood (WAHI) that is based on data free to the public. Each infographic highlights a health topic and links viewers to tools and web apps (applications). Data on WAHI is compared to data on Manhattan and New York City (NYC).

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  • Snapshot of WAHI - Healthcare Access

    Posted By Get Healthy Heights on September 04, 2014

    Snapshot of WAHI is a series of infographics about Washington Heights & Inwood (WAHI) that is based on data free to the public. Each infographic highlights a health topic and links viewers to tools and web apps (applications). Data on WAHI is compared to data on Manhattan and New York City (NYC).

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  • Snapshot of WAHI - Households

    Posted By Get Healthy Heights on September 04, 2014

    Snapshot of WAHI is a series of infographics about Washington Heights & Inwood (WAHI) that is based on data free to the public. Each infographic highlights a health topic and links viewers to tools and web apps (applications). Data on WAHI is compared to data on Manhattan and New York City (NYC).

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  • Snapshot of WAHI - General Demographics

    Posted By Get Healthy Heights on September 04, 2014

    Snapshot of WAHI is a series of infographics about Washington Heights & Inwood (WAHI) that is based on data free to the public. Each infographic highlights a health topic and links viewers to tools and web apps (applications). Data on WAHI is compared to data on Manhattan and New York City (NYC).

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  • Study Finds No Evidence That Vitamin D Supplements Reduce Depression

    Posted By CCPH on March 19, 2014

    NEW YORK, NY (March 18, 2014) — Vitamin D deficiency has been implicated in numerous health conditions in recent years, including depressed mood and major depressive disorder.

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  • Community Brain Expo

    Posted By CCPH on March 19, 2014

    School students arrived at the New York State Psychiatric Institute’s Kolb Annex on the Columbia University Medical Center campus March 12, to participate in the annual Community Brain Expo, cosponsored by the Mortimer B. Zuckerman Mind Brain Behavior Institute at Columbia University.

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  • Forum on Hypertension Draws Local Community

    Posted By CCPH on March 19, 2014

    Residents of Washington Heights, Harlem, and Inwood packed a room in the Russ Berrie Medical Science Pavilion last week to hear experts discuss CUMC’s latest research on hypertension.

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  • Back to School, Safely

    Posted By CCPH on March 19, 2014

    In 2005, Congress allocated $612 million for a federal Safe Routes to School program to protect children biking and walking to school by a range of measures, from widening sidewalks and installing speed bumps to teaching kids about safety.

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  • BPA and Asthma

    Posted By CCPH on March 19, 2014

    Since its development in a Russian laboratory in 1891, the chemical Bisphenol-a (BPA) has become present in plastics manufacturing, appearing in everything from the lining of metal food cans to the paper used for cash register receipts.

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