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Keeping Brooklyn Healthy
  • Grand Opening -- 61st Street Family Health and WIC Centers
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  • 150 Big-Hearted Bikers on Harleys Visit Hospital Center
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  • Pediatrician Dr. Stephen Ajl Receives Child Advocacy Award
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Nutrition Corner

Urban Exercise Can Increase Joint Pain

Running on pavement can amplify the pounding on your joints and cause injury. Hard surfaces can cause excessive stress to your ankles and may make them hurt after running. read more >

Exercise Together

We all know exercise is a key factor in staying healthy. It strengthens bones, tones muscles, improves arthritis and helps you sleep better. But sometimes going at it alone isn't so appealing. So how can you make the exercise itself more enjoyable? Start your next routine alongside a partner who's at the same fitness level. read more >

New Brooklyn Hospital Center Orthopaedic Services Provide Advanced Care for Athletes

First the good news: sports are terrific for your cardiovascular health, overall fitness and weight control. Now the bad news: they can do a number on your joints. read more >

Success Story: Another Kind of Soccer Mom

Bernadette Camberdella talks about how cutting edge spine surgery helped her get back to focusing on her family, her career and the game she loves. read more >

Stay Cool — Hot Tips for Seniors

Summer in Brooklyn is a relaxing, magical time filled with outdoor activities and a wonderful feeling of community. Unfortunately, the sizzling heat of summer in the city can pose special health risks for seniors. read more >

Travel Well!

Going away this summer? Whether you're traveling to Maine or Madrid, New England or New Zealand, these tips will help keep you healthy during your adventure.
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