The Health Department today released an Epi Data Brief which found that New York City public high school students who identified as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and/or questioning (LGBTQ) are at a higher risk of experiencing stress, bullying, depressive symptoms, and living away from guardians when compared to youth who self-identified as non-LGBTQ.
If you have recently found out that your spouse has been cheating on you, you are likely feeling a range of intense emotions.
Depression can cause helplessness and loss of the overall physiological system of a human.
The Health Department today released its first comprehensive data brief on depression among New York City adults.
As a research team, we’ve made it our mission to understand the academic industry inside and out.
by Editor Eartha Watts Hicks and Judy C. Andrews I’m Eartha, and it’s no secret that I love books. I am so immersed in the publishing world that I often find myself inundated with copies from writers I have known for many years.
Aaron Douglas. May 26, 1899 – February 2, 1979, was a Harlem-based painter, illustrator, and visual arts educator working during the Harlem Renaissance.
Today, Mayor Eric Adams signed an Executive Order ending the “90-Day Rule,” a Giuliani-Era homeless policy that forced homeless New Yorkers to stay in shelters.
Nita Naldi, born Mary Nonna Dooley; November 13, 1894 – February 17, 1961, was an East Harlem stage performer and silent film actress.
The Harlem Alhambra was a theater in Harlem, New York, built in 1905, that began as a vaudeville venue.
Moujan Vahdat, CEO of Elmo Realty Co., one of the largest landowners in New York.
Stephanie St. Clair was a Harlem entrepreneur who excelled at minting cash even during the Great Depression.
Nicholas M. Schenck, 14 November 1880 – 4 March 1969, was a Harlem Russian-American film studio executive and businessman.
Luisa Moreno , August 30, 1907 – November 4, 1992, was a leader in the United States labor movement and a social activist.
The New York Public Library continues to take a stand against the increasingly-common issue of restricting access to books that challenge worldviews and provide diverse perspectives at public and school libraries.