New York City Health Department
The campaign called “Take Me With You” will appear at bus stops, check-cashing centers and other locations around the city.
A Dominique Ansel spokeswoman said the Soho bakery was approved by the city Board of Health for reopening after an intense a three-hour inspection.
There have been 20 confirmed cases of measles in the city during the past several weeks.
The mayor on Thursday announced the initiative, which will create a task force, who will develop strategies with the goal of eliminating deadly crashes, especially those involving pedestrians.
Blaring your headphones can cause irreversible hearing loss, city officials warn in a new ad campaign.
New York City restaurants will soon be paying lower fines for minor health department violations.
The American Beverage Association says the ads oversimplify the causes of obesity.
Danielle Forgione said she legally bought Petey the miniature Juliana pig last year to help her children cope with the sudden death of their uncle. But the city has since cited Forgione for harboring an illegal animal.
The mayor got his flu shot from pharmacist Barbara Naprawa at a Duane Reade pharmacy in lower Manhattan. New York City Health Commissioner Dr. Thomas Farley also received his influenza vaccine at the Duane Reade Thursday morning.
The city has launched a new healthy eating campaign in the Bronx that promotes healthy consumer choices at grocery stores in order to crack down on obesity.
He doesn’t like the salt on the margarita glass and has fought against the fat in the Kahlua and cream. But was Mayor Michael Bloomberg really thinking of trying to shut the tap on the bar business as the New York Post reported?
The names Sophia, for girls, and Ethan, for boys ranked number 2 in terms of New York City popularity for 2010.
In this segment of Eye on New York, CBS 2’s Emily Smith reports on the infection’s rise and Dana Tyler speaks with Dr. Jane Zucker, the New York City Health Department’s Assistant Commissioner for Immunization, about what you can do to protect your children.
An insect invasion is terrorizing New York City homeowners, making life miserable, even dangerous, for many families. Parents have been forced to take extreme measures to protect their children and their homes.
The New York City Health Department is launching a new campaign to show just how much sugar is in a can of soda.