New York City Launches $2 Million Mental Health Ad CampaignNew York City has launched a $2 million advertising campaign meant to get people thinking and talking about mental health problems.
CBS2 Gets Results: Piles Of Trash Hauled Away From Borough Park HomeWorkers spent the day outside of a home on 57th Street and New Utecht Avenue in Borough Park, hauling piles of garbage from the driveway and backyard.
Restaurant Group Sues NYC Over New Salt-Warning LabelsNew York City's new warning label for salt-laden chain restaurant food is headed for a court fight, after restaurateurs sued Thursday to argue that health regulators overstepped legal bounds to enact the first-of-its-kind requirement.
New Community Health Profiles Show Disparities Among NYC NeighborhoodsCity health officials will begin releasing community by community profiles, with the snapshots assessing issues ranging from obesity to infant deaths and life expectancy.
New NYC Health Department Rule Mandates Raw Fish Make Pit Stop In Freezer FirstThe city Department of Health and Mental Hygiene's rule is going into effect next month, requiring fish being served raw or under cooked to first be frozen to kill off bacteria.
NYC Marks 5th Anniversary Of Restaurant Letter GradingWCBS 880's Rich Lamb reports that 88 percent of New Yorkers say they use the grading system to make dining decisions.
NYC Health Dept.: Alcohol Easy For Underage Buyers To Get In NYCThe health department said a letter will be sent to all stores with liquor licenses on Monday, reminding them to check IDs and to make sure employees are trained to avoid selling to underage buyers.
Officials Warn Against Synthetic Marijuana Use After Spike In HospitalizationsMayor Bill de Blasio said synthetic marijuana is a real problem.
Health Dept. Inspectors Dish Out Fewer Restaurant Violations This YearFigures from the health department show inspectors dished out fewer violations this year compared with last year.
Sources Tell CBS2: Woman Who Died In Brooklyn Hair Salon Tests Negative For EbolaA woman who died of an apparent heart attack in Brooklyn has tested negative for Ebola, sources tell CBS2.
In The Dog House: Health Department Overrules Park Slope Bar's Pooch-Friendly PolicyThe Health Department said that inspectors never saw an animal inside of the bar before, and that "dogs, and other service animals, are prohibited in any food service establishment."
Mayor De Blasio: Doctors Watchful For Enterovirus D68 In NYCMayor Bill de Blasio, a mild asthmatic himself, says doctors are watchful for D68, especially keeping an eye on asthmatics with particularly severe symptoms.

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