Healthy Families/CPR Class: Healthy Families trains nonprofessionals to be Health Advocates for their friends and neighbors. Here a group gets trained in how to save a life.HIV/AIDS & Families: If you're an HIV/AIDS patient, the impact of the disease is felt by anyone close to you - first and foremost, your family. Helping to ease the way is just one of the services provided by Brooklyn Hospital's PATH Program. The Mammography Question: New recommendations, big controversy: when & how often should women get screened for breast cancer? Host Monica Sweeney, MD, talks to Lutheran Medical Center's Dr. Iffath Hoskins, Chair of OB/GYN and Dr. Audrey Saitta, Chair of Radiation Oncology.Project Downstart: Getting kids today to move more, eat healthier, and eat less is tough. Children who are already considered overweight are already behind, but this SUNY Downstate program aims to help them change their habits and thus, their lives.From Brooklyn Independent Television.moreless
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