With New York City set to commence with Phase 1 of the plan to reopen the economy on June 8, 2020, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said steps are being taken to Continue Reading →
Photo by Seitu Oronde On May 24th, 2020, the National Action Network (NAN) began holding Sunday Supper at Sylvia’s, expanding meal distribution in partnership with CARE, and Sylvia’s Restaurant in Continue Reading →
As the world slowly starts to reopen and there is a glimmer of hope of normal, even if it is still down the road, picking yourself up and getting back Continue Reading →
A new study conducted by researchers from Brigham Women’s Hospital found that giving COVID-19 patients hydroxychloroquine didn’t improve their health outcomes.
Department of Consumer and Worker Protection (DCWP) Commissioner Lorelei Salas today warned New Yorkers of scams related to COVID-19 to protect consumers’ identity and money.
While it’s no secret that being more active can boost consumers’ health, researchers have found that incorporating physical activity into the daily commute can also benefit consumers.
Mayor de Blasio announced a comprehensive four-part plan today to support nursing homes citywide amid the COVID-19 crisis.
With New Yorkers remaining inside their homes to slow the spread of COVID-19, the Health Department,
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