Coronavirus Update: NYC Resident Being Tested For Virus After Traveling To ItalyTesting to determine whether or not the resident has coronavirus will take at least 36 to 48 hours.
Coronavirus Update: New York City Reports First Possible Local CaseAccording to health officials, testing to determine if the individual does in fact have coronavirus will take a minimum of 36-48 hours and depends on CDC testing capacity.
Survey Finds Thousands Of NYC Middle School Students Are VapingThese latest numbers come on the same day former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced his nonprofit will spend $160 million to fund a new program to end teen vaping.
Health Department: 6 Rabid Raccoons Found In New York CityHealth Department officials on Friday issued a raccoon warning after finding six of the critters that tested positive for rabies.
NYC Health Dept. Compares Danger Of Sugary Drinks To CigarettesHealth officials warn sugary drinks, like soda, sports drinks, energy drinks and even sweetened iced tea, can lead to conditions like heart disease, type 2 diabetes, weight gain and cavities.
3 More People Diagnosed With Legionnaires' Disease In Upper ManhattanThe New York City Health Department confirmed Wednesday it was investigating a community cluster of the disease in parts of Hamilton Heights and Washington Heights.
Health Department Probes Community Cluster Of Legionnaires' Disease In Upper ManhattanThe department says eight people throughout Washington Heights and Hamilton Heights have been diagnosed with the disease in the past week.
Concern Over Deadly ‘Leptospirosis’ In Bronx Building Where Rats ‘Run Rampant’Within a one block radius there have been three cases of Leptospirosis -- a bacterial infection most commonly spread by contact with rat urine.
Orthodox Jewish Community In Brooklyn Dealing With Chickenpox OutbreakThe New York City Health Department has sent out a warning about a chicken pox outbreak in Brooklyn.
NYC Campaign Urges Snackers To Reach For More Fruits, VeggiesThe campaign called “Take Me With You” will appear at bus stops, check-cashing centers and other locations around the city.
Dominique Ansel Bakery To Reopen Tuesday After Being Cited For MiceA Dominique Ansel spokeswoman said the Soho bakery was approved by the city Board of Health for reopening after an intense a three-hour inspection.
NYC Hospitals May Be To Blame For Measles OutbreakThere have been 20 confirmed cases of measles in the city during the past several weeks.
De Blasio Initiative Aims To Slam Brakes On Deadly Traffic AccidentsThe 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.
NYC Ad Campaign Aims To Cut Volume On HeadphonesBlaring your headphones can cause irreversible hearing loss, city officials warn in a new ad campaign.
City Council Poised To Modify Restaurant Grading System To Lower Some FinesNew York City restaurants will soon be paying lower fines for minor health department violations.