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In the Know with Mo Flow: GO SLOW WHOA Vol. 2

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The CDC recommends that adults get 20 minutes of vigorous physical activity 3 times per week or 30 minutes of moderate physical activity 5 times per week. Children should get at least 60 minutes of physical activity every day. However, not nearly enough people are reaching this requirement. Here in Harlem, half of the residents report getting no exercise at…

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In the Know with Mo Flow: GO SLOW WHOA Vol. 1

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It is common knowledge that a healthy diet and regular exercise are key to promoting and maintaining physical and mental health. Proper calorie consumption and the ingestion of is imperative for our bodies to have enough energy to function properly. Vitamins and minerals are the keys that unlock that energy from the calories. Vitamins and minerals also boost the immune…

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In the Know with Mo Flow: The 3rd Annual Hip Hop Public Health Summit

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The Hip Hop Public Health Team is basking in the success of its 3rd annual Hip Hop Public Health Summit. The event was held last Thursday, June 9th at The Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture. GE was the presenting sponsor for the HHPH Summit: http://www.gereports.com/doug-e-fresh-chuck-d-and-the-hip-hop-doc-celebrate-health-in-harlem/   Attendees enjoyed delicious GO, SLOW, and WHOA Foods from Doug. E’s in Harlem,…

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Congressman Charles Rangel visits Hip Hop HEALS program at school

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Congressman Charles Rangel commemorated the one year anniversary of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act by visiting the Hip Hop HEALS program at a school in Harlem.  In a press release, Congressman Rangel said, “Leading an active lifestyle and maintaining a healthy diet are two of the most important ways we can prevent illness and control healthcare cost. Dr. Williams…

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