New Study: Runners at Higher Risk of Oral Health Issues

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By Lydia Patel


Running has countless benefits for the body and usually is considered one of the top physical activities for the most overall health and fitness benefits. But like most exercises, running also has its downsides. Generally, these include a variety of injuries, especially to the legs, knees and ankles. Now, research has [...]

Health Spotlight: Swimming Pool Safety


By Lydia Patel

With summer in full swing and pools being used daily, the risk is at its annual highest for swimming pool illnesses and injuries. Pools can provide much-needed relief from the summer heat, but kids can make themselves sick if they swallow too much chlorinated water! With all of the fun and excitement [...]

Fruit Recall Due to Listeria


By Lydia Patel


If you’ve purchased any fruits from Walmart, Costco or Kroger stores across the country, you may want to keep reading!





Wawona Packing Co. is voluntarily recalling peaches, nectarines, plums and pluots that were packed at its Cutler, California, warehouses between June 1 and July 12. Wawona [...]

Meet & Greet with Dr. Alan Pressman Today at 1pm!


By Lydia Patel

If you listen to his radio programs daily and want the chance to meet the man behind the nutrition knowledge, then come visit the InVite Health Bronx location today! Dr. Alan Pressman is a board certified dietician, nutritionist and author. He is also the host of the acclaimed health radio program “Healthline”. [...]

Summer Blues: How to Avoid Common Seasonal Injuries!

By Kristen M. Leccese

We all love the summertime, but it’s also the time of the year when hospital emergency rooms are the busiest! From BBQ burns to pool accidents and potentially dangerous insect bites, this season is full of dangers you might never think of. Here are some summer accidents that are more common [...]

Health Spotlight: Healthiest Fish to Eat!


By Lydia Patel


If you’re a lover of seafood, then this is definitely going to shed some light on your options. Over the years, studies have come out to show to that fish should be consumed at least twice a week. But with mercury level and polluted waters, contamination has risen significantly.



Smoking While Pregnant Linked to ADHD in Children

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By Lydia Patel

It’s a publically known fact that smoking while pregnant has many serious side effects on the baby. Everything from low birth weight, potential development issues, and now, ADHD. That’s right, new studies show that ADHD is linked to mothers who smoke. Children born to women who smoked during pregnancy appeared to have [...]

Health Spotlight: Male Pattern Baldness


By Lydia Patel


It’s something that most guys hate to hear: baldness. The fact is, though, that male pattern baldness is natural phenomenon, and although you can delay it, if you are genetically wired for baldness to occur, it will. It is a complete myth that baldness is inherited from only the mother’s side [...]

Wear Contact Lenses? Don’t Be Lazy About Cleaning Them!


By Lydia Patel


Whether you wear contacts for medical reasons or just to make a fashion statement, it’s pretty common knowledge that regular care for your contacts is important. Germs and other forms of bacteria can do permanent damage to your eyes, and even lead to blindness!



A woman left her lenses [...]

5 Delicious Summer Superfoods


By Kristen M. Leccese

Summer brings around lots of fresh, healthy and delicious fruits and vegetables. When you’re picking out your healthy salad ingredients from your garden, farmer’s market or local food store, keep these five major summer superfoods in mind – they pack the top health benefits of everything on the stand!

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