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De Blasio Grows Emotional As He Talks About City Mental Health Support Plan
Mayor Bill de Blasio on Monday outlined a wide-ranging plan to support and treat New Yorkers suffering from mental illness.
Westchester Nurse Brings Thanksgiving To Patients Stuck In Hospital
One nurse brings holiday spirit to Westchester Medical Center by throwing an early Thanksgiving meal for heart transplant patients.
LIU Brooklyn Goalkeeper Overcame Childhood Cancer, Climbed To The Top Of The Game
When a parent hears that diagnosis for their child, they imagine the worst, but one survivor has overcome that challenge and risen to the top of his sport.
Experts Say You Can Have Better Sex By Staying Physically Fit
If you want to increase confidence, boost your sex drive, fight stress, increase blood flow and improve endurance, then you'll have to work out.
Seen At 11: Viagra For Children? How Experts Say The Drug Can Save Young Lives
Millions of men credit Viagra for saving their sex lives, but nearly two decades after hitting the market, Viagra is now being credited for literally saving the lives -- of children.
Wounded Veteran Among Those Benefiting From 'Smart' Prosthetic Ankle
CEO and President Dr. Charles Carignan says it has "15 different sensors that are measuring different parameters with every step that the person is taking.
A Colorful New Way To Track Your Progress While Working Out
Exercise and heart rate go hand in hand, but how hard should you work out without overdoing it?
From Golden Child To Miracle Man, Brooklyn Boxer's Comeback Story Goes Beyond The Ring
A boxing champion is the pride of Brooklyn, as much for what he has overcome outside the ring as for what he's accomplished inside it.
Actor Charlie Sheen Talks About Being HIV-Positive, 'Sub-Truths'
The 50-year-old actor said he was diagnosed with HIV about four years ago.
NYC Sets Goal Of Screening All New Mothers For Depression
New York City health officials are setting a goal of screening every pregnant woman and new mother for maternal depression.
Mississippi Firefighter Receives Groundbreaking Face Transplant At NYC Hospital
A Mississippi volunteer firefighter badly burned in a fire 14 years ago has received the most extensive face transplant ever performed.
City Officials Hold Summit On Dangers Of K2, Or Synthetic Marijuana
City officials will hold a summit Monday on the dangers of synthetic marijuana, also known as K2 and Spice.
March Of Dimes Focusing On Lowering Number Of Premature Births In Minority Communities
The group is spearheading programs at two Queens hospitals, Jamaica and Elmhurst, reaching into communities of color, where prematurity rates remain high.
Exercise Dangers: How Spinning Can Take A Nasty Turn
Fitness experts say you really need to listen to your body when you exercise.
Growing Popularity Of Urgent Care Clinics Has Some Primary Doctors Concerned
North Shore LIJ opened 18 GoHealth urgent care facilities in New York City, Long Island and Westchester in just 14 months.