Support Africa & immigrant rights: Go Africa Fundraiser for Congressman Adriano Espaillat on 2/22/2018

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U.S. Representative Adriano Espaillat is a leading voice in Washington in the fight for what is right for our communities and Africa.  attend the upcoming fundraiser on 2/22/2018 from 6pm – 10pm @ 543 West 141st Street NY, NY 10031 in Hamilton heights register or donate at



Go Africa Health LLC,  SJ Medical PLLC, Go Africa LLC, & the African & Caribbean Communities at  Large are honored to host a fundraiser in support of the Honorable Congressman Adriano Espaillat for reelection to the United States Congress Representing New York’s 13th Congressional District.

about Congressman Espaillat

U.S. Representative Adriano Espaillat proudly represents New York’s Thirteenth Congressional District. He was sworn into office on January 3, 2017, during the 115th Congress.


Congressman Espaillat was born in the Dominican Republic in 1954 and came to the United States with his family when he was nine years old.  He grew up in the Washington Heights neighborhood in New York City and is the first Dominican-American to serve in the United States Congress.  Congressman Espaillat currently serves as a member of the influential U.S. House Foreign Affairs Committee, the House Committee on Education and the Workforce, and the House Select Committee on Small Business.  He is a member of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus (CHC) and serves as Chairman of the CHC Task Force for Transportation, Infrastructure and Housing.


A steadfast champion for working- and middle-class New Yorkers, Congressman Espaillat is a staunch advocate of a fair living wage, immediate and effective investments in affordable housing, meaningful criminal justice reform, infrastructure improvements, expanded youth programs, and better educational opportunities.


Throughout the tenure of his career in public service, Congressman Espaillat has been a vocal advocate for protecting tenants, improving schools, and making serious, smart investments in economic development, job creation, and environmental protection.  Prior to coming to Congress, he served as a New York State Senator during which he represented the neighborhoods of Marble Hill, Inwood, Washington Heights, Hamilton Heights, West Harlem, the Upper West Side, Hell’s Kitchen, Clinton, and Chelsea.


While in the New York State Senate, Congressman Espaillat served as the Ranking Member of the Senate Housing, Construction, and Community Development Committee; Chairman of the Senate Puerto Rican/Latino Caucus; and as a member of the Environmental Conservation, Economic Development, Codes, Insurance, and Judiciary committees. Prior to his tenure as a state senator, he served in the New York State Assembly, and in 1996 became the first Dominican-American elected to a state legislature.

The Safest Way to Have Sex When You’re Fighting the Flu

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The flu can be such an inconvenience, keeping you holed up in your home feeling like a sack of phlegm. But so long as you can keep the ooze factor under control—and you have a willing partner—you can still get sexy. And to great gain: The flood of sex-induced endorphins will help ease your pain, at least temporarily.

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Want to Live Longer? Bury Yourself in a Book.

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Men’s Fitness 


You wouldn’t think the secret to an expanded lifespan is between these covers—but it is.

THE WRITING’S ON the wall: Getting your nose out of the gossipy websites, clicking off all the streaming screens, and picking up a book for just 30 minutes a day can help you live longer.

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Drinking diet (or regular) soda may damage your brain

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Men’s Fitness 


WITH ALL THE recent studies showing that artificial sweeteners in diet soda could potentially derail your weight loss goals, increase your risk of prediabetes, and make you more susceptible to depression, if you haven’t dropped the diet soft drink habit yet a new set of studies should help you make that healthy—and long overdue—decision.

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Announcing the Go Africa Health expo 2018 Contests & Social networking events!

Announcing the Go Africa Health expo 2018 contests & Social networking events!

We are pleased to provide the following updates for the upcoming Go Africa Health Expo 2018 on 3/20/2018

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  • Go Africa Health contest
  • Social & Networking event with bar (3pm – 7pm)
  • Go Africa Tickets for Food & Drink



Health or beauty idea or concept Contest (for entrepreneurs, startups and small companies)

  • General category (Limit 10 contestants)
    • 10 min presentation of your business with 5 min Q&A from the Audience and Judges:
  • Innovation & idea Category (Limit 10 contestants)
    • Contestant has an innovation or idea (Health or Beauty) that is in the incubation, development stage
    • 10 min presentation of your business with 5 min Q&A from the Audience and Judges:


Prize levels for the above contests:

  • General category (Limit 10 contestants)
    • First Prize 100.00 in gift cards
    • Second prize 50.00 in gift cards
  • Innovation & idea Category (Limit 10 contestants)
    • First Prize 75.00 in gift cards
    • Second prize 50.00 in gift cards


Social & Networking event with bar (3pm – 7pm)

Expand your horizons and meet new contacts the bar and viewing area.

Go Africa Tickets for Food & Drink

Get a head start by purchasing your Go Africa Food & drink tickets

All major credit cards will be excepted via Square at the Go Africa Health Expo.

we are hosting our first Go Africa Health expo in  Greenwich Village  @ 9 West 8th Street, New York, NY 10011,  between Fifth and Sixth Avenues on 03/20/2018 from 10am – 7pm.

CONTACT: please register at or via Eventbrite


Or email or call 646-502-9778 Ext. 8003 to the attend or to request further  information

Finding Purpose for a Good Life. But Also a Healthy One.

My favorite medical diagnosis is “failure to thrive.”
Not because patients are failing to thrive — that part makes me sad. But because of the diagnosis’s bold proposition: Humans, in their natural state, are meant to thrive.
My patient, however, was not in his natural state. Cancer had claimed nearly every organ in his body. He’d lost a quarter of his body mass. I worried his ribs would crack under the weight of my stethoscope.
“You know,” he told me the evening I admitted him. “A few years ago, I wouldn’t have cared if I made it. ‘Take me God,’ I would’ve said. ‘What good am I doing here anyway?’ But now you have to save me. Sadie needs me.”
He’d struggled with depression most of his life, he said. Strangely enough, it seemed to him, he was most at peace while caring for his mother when she had Parkinson’s, but she died years ago. Since then, he had felt aimless, without a sense of purpose, until Sadie wandered into his life.