The Bronx has one of the highest rates of maternal morbidity and mortality in New York City. Compared to their White counter parts, Black and Hispanic...View Details

More people than ever are biking.  It's a great way to get into shape -- and enjoy the sights as you pedal by.  Ken Podziba, president and c...View Details

The Bronx has some of the highest rates of obesity related conditions including heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes and certain cancers.  Bron...View Details

Acknowledging how far we've come in the fight against Covid-19, Dr. Ed Telzak, chair of the Department of Medicine at SBH and an infectious disea...View Details

If you haven’t exercised in a while, you can always find an excuse.  Exercise has taken on even greater importance during the pandemic...View Details

Dr. Jacqueline Witter, Vice President of Nursing and Dr. Sarah Jamison, Emergency Medicine Physician, discuss the importance of mentorship within the ...View Details

If so, you could be suffering from a medical condition known as Seasonal Affective Disorder (or SAD).  SBH psychiatrist Dr. Katarzyna Liwski...View Details

For the 100th episode of SBH Bronx Health Talk, Dr. Perlstein, President and CEO of SBH Health System, and Bronx Congressman Torres discuss ...View Details

Ophthalmologist Dr. Michelle Packles educates patients on cataracts, one of the most common vision problems faced by older people (and some young...View Details

Obesity is a growing problem in the Bronx and throughout the country, particularly among younger people.  This is a problem that the pandemic has...View Details

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