NYC's Mental Health Clubhouses Proving To Be Valuable Resource For Those Suffering From COVID-Related IssuesAccording to the Department of Health, 1 in 3 city residents reported experiencing anxiety and depression during the COVID-19 pandemic.
NYC's 'Pharmacy To Farm' Program Bringing Free Fruits To More People With High Blood PressureChances are, you've heard about "farm to table," but what about "pharmacy to farm?”
NYC Health Dept. Announces First Child Flu Death Of SeasonHealth department officials in New York say a child has died from influenza, the city's first reported flu-related pediatric death of the season.
NYC Health Department Launches Opioid Treatment Ad CampaignThe campaign features ads with former opioid addicts managing their disease with drug assisted treatment.
City Lawmaker Takes Aim At Carbs With Proposed Restaurant Health Warning First calories, then salt, now more health warnings could be coming to a city restaurant near you.
NYC Health Dept. Steps Up Efforts To Study Mosquitoes In Wake Of Zika OutbreakAs warmer weather approaches, the NYC Health Department is looking at new ways to study and control the local mosquito population.
CBS 2 Investigation: Underground -- And Illegal -- NYC Dinner PartiesAs you sit down to dinner, this story illustrates eating out like you have never experienced before. We are talking about super-secret, illegal dining experiences hosted in homes.
Raccoons Invade Part Of Queens, But NYC Not Helping Fix The ProblemThere’s a major pest problem in Queens. That’s where residents say raccoons have made themselves at home in several neighborhoods. Now, a local lawmaker is getting involved to combat the invasion.
Cash-Strapped NYC Will No Longer Look For Lost PetsBudget cuts are putting your pets at greater risk if they are lost in New York City. Animal Care and Control will no longer take reports of lost pets, and staffers at shelters will no longer search the facilities for missing animals.
Mosquito Population Booming In NYCNew York City has its first confirmed case of West Nile Virus. CBS 2's Dave Carlin reports there's a growing number of mosquitoes testing positive for the virus and the city has a plan to deal with the problem.