Health & Fitness
Structural racism, inequities and the many injustices that Black communities, especially in the Bronx experience, can account for disproportionate health outcomes. Dr. Janine Adjo, chair of the Department of Pediatrics at SBH, discusses racism as a public health crisis and the impacts Covid-19 had on communities of color.
Host: Faith Daniel
Episode 76: Are Our Kids Becoming Digital Addicts ?
Episode 75: Stopping depression and suicide in Its tracks.
Episode 74: Pregnant during the pandemic?
Episode 73: The vaccines have arrived.
Episode 72: Silently Stealing Sight
Episode 71: Fixing your teeth and your oral health
Episode 70: Managing Diabetic Foot Ulcers
Episode 69: Vote Like Your Health Depends On It
Episode 68: Curbing Violence in New York City
Episode 67: It's Time to Get a Flu Shot
Episode 66: Sending your kids back to school.
Episode 65: You are what you eat.
Episode 64: Typing can be injurious to your health.
Episode 63: Here Come the Bees
Episode 62: A Medical Fitness Center Comes to the Bronx
Episode 60: Living as a teen during the pandemic
Episode 59: Telehealth emerges from pandemic
Episode 58: Giving Birth During Covid-19
Episode 57: So now what?
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