Medical Experts, Families Sound Alarm Over Children's Mental Health Crisis, Made Worse By PandemicExperts and families are urging policy makers to take swift action to tackle the ongoing problem, which was exacerbated by the pandemic.
New Study Shows COVID-19 Pandemic Has Raised People's Blood PressureUsing health data from an employee wellness program, researchers looked at blood pressure dating back to 2018, 2019 and 2020 for nearly half a million adults with an average age of 46.
New York First In The Nation To Launch Federally Approved Homeowner Assistance FundA new initiative will help New York homeowners struggling during the pandemic.
NYC Vaccine Mandates: Where And How To Show Proof Of Vaccination For Indoor ActivitiesStarting Dec. 14, the vaccine mandate for indoor activities will include children ages 5 to 11, as well.
Apollo Theater Hosts 30th National Double Dutch League Holiday ClassicWith incredible strides and energetic moves, their athleticism was on full display. The jump ropers gave it their all during the double dutch competition at the Apollo Theater.
People Without Homes Living Outdoors In Ocean County In Need Of Help As Winter ApproachesMinister Steve Brigham says he serves 30 homeless people in the woods in Ocean County, where there's no permanent shelter.
'We're In An Official Blood Emergency Right Now': New York Blood Center Calls For DonationsRight now, the New York Blood Center has just one or two day's supply of blood on the shelves. That should be at five to seven days.
Kool And The Gang's Robert 'Kool' Bell Using Music To Inspire Kids: 'I Think It's Important To Give Back'Wednesday, the tireless troubadour was making a different kind of music, ringing the closing bell at the New York Stock Exchange to promote his Kool Kids Foundation, which uses music to educate, motivate and inspire kids to do more and be more.
Fans To See Reimagined, Diverse 'Brooklyn Nutcracker' When Ballet Production Returns On Dec. 11 At Kings TheatreDancers with the Brooklyn Ballet will soon take the main stage for the first time since before the pandemic, this time with a new spin on the "The Nutcracker."
World AIDS Day: Neighborhood Outreach Program In Harlem Raising Awareness, Offering Free TestingWednesday is World AIDS Day, an opportunity to bring awareness to another pandemic that still affects millions of Americans.
New York Opening 18 New COVID Vaccine Pop-Up Sites For Children StatewideNew York health officials are urging everyone to get fully vaccinated for the winter.
TIMELINE: New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo Resigns In Wake Of Sexual Harassment, Nursing Home ScandalsGov. Andrew Cuomo announced his resignation after an independent investigation by the attorney general's office found he sexually harassed 11 women and created a toxic workplace.
Advocates: Put Holiday Consumerism Aside For A Second And Remember Giving Tuesday Is About Helping The Less FortunateBetween Black Friday and Cyber Monday, the last few days have been all about holiday shopping. Tuesday, it's about service.
Cyber Monday Deals For 2021 From Top RetailersCBS News has you covered with tech deals, sales under $100 and more.
Time Out New York Shares Top Things To Do In NYC This Holiday WeekendWhether you're entertaining family and friends, or you're on your own this holiday, there are plenty of things to do this weekend in New York City.