Press Releases

EHE Showcases CurePSP Prime of Life Neurodegeneration Awareness Campaign

NEW YORK, NY (February 1, 2016) − EHE International will bring attention to prime of life neurodegeneration to hundreds of thousands of people by featuring CurePSP in a window display at Rockefeller Center in New York City throughout February.

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EHE International Certifies Howard University Hospital as its Newest Partner

NEW YORK, NY (January 29, 2016) − EHE International, a nationally recognized leader in preventive medicine and annual physical exams, today announced that the Howard University Hospital in Washington, D.C., has been named an EHE-certified preventive care center. Through Howard University Hospital, EHE members in the Washington, D.C., region now have greater access to its preventive healthcare program to help them proactively maintain their health...Read More

EHE International Certifies Total Access Medical as its Newest Partner

NEW YORK, NY (January 29, 2016) − EHE International, a nationally recognized leader in preventive medicine and annual physical exams, today announced that Total Access Medical in St. David’s, PA, has been named an EHE-certified preventive care center. Through Total Access Medical EHE members in the Mainline region now have greater access to its preventive healthcare program to help them proactively maintain their health. ..Read More

EHE International Certifies Internal Medicine of St. Lukes as its Newest Partner

NEW YORK, NY (January 29, 2016) − EHE International, a nationally recognized leader in preventive medicine and annual physical exams, today announced that the Internal Medicine of St. Lukes in Chesterfield, MO, has been named an EHE-certified preventive care center. Through Internal Medicine of St. Lukes, EHE members in the Chesterfield region now have greater access to its preventive healthcare program to help them proactively maintain their health. ..Read More

EHE International Announces Groundbreaking New Study in NYC That Aims to Reduce Nationwide Pedestrian Fatalities and Injuries

NEW YORK, NY (January 22, 2015) − A new study titled “Using Google Street View to Assess Environmental Contributions to Pedestrian-Injury Risk,” which collected and examined data of 532 intersections across all five boroughs in New York City using Google Street View has pioneered a groundbreaking method for researching pedestrian-injury risk factors on a much larger scale and at far lower cost than on-site inspections.

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