Health Department Launches eVital, A Facial Recognition Technology To Register Births And Deaths

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The Health Department launched eVital, a new system for reporting births and deaths in New York City from Harlem to Hollis.

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Two Discarded Fetuses Found In Harlem (Updated)

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Patch reports that the NYPD is investigating the deaths of two fetuses of “unknown age and gender” that were found Thursday in Harlem, police said. Continue Reading →

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Baby-Friendly Celebration At NYC Health + Hospitals/Metropolitan

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will host a special luncheon for mothers, babies, and their families on Monday, March 5, 2018, to celebrate the hospital’s “Baby-Friendly” designation. Continue Reading →

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Delta Children Donates Free Cribs To Low Income And Immigrant Families In Harlem

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The Safe Sleep event at Northside Center in Harlem was attended by Joe Shamie, President of Delta Children, a mother who received a free crib from Delta Children and Dr. Thelma Dye Executive Director, CEO of Northside Center. Continue Reading →

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Married In Harlem Celebs Laura And Patrick Introduces Their Newborn Daughter

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Tony-winning actress Laura Benanti and husband Patrick Brown recently welcomed their first child, daughter Ella Rose Benanti-Brown — and PEOPLE’s got their exclusive family photos, taken when Ella Rose was just 6 days old! Continue Reading →

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2-Month-Old Baby Found Dead In Harlem apartment

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NYPD are investigating the death of a 2-month-old baby girl at her family’s Harlem apartment, authorities said. Continue Reading →

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Safe Sleep And Racism At Infancy Leadership Circle Harlem Monthly Meeting (Update)

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Many infants are dying in our city because of the their zip code. How is that possible? Continue Reading →

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Infancy Leadership Circle Harlem Monthly Meeting-Safe Sleep And Racism

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By Infancy Leadership Circle Central North Harlem, Sabree Education Services

Many infants are dying in our city because of the their zip code. How is that possible? Please join us as our presenter Jill Katz, Program Coordinator of Sudden Infant and Child Death Resource Center discusses the correlation between racism, poverty and unsafe sleeping. Continue Reading →

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NYPD Find Dead Baby In Harlem Tractor Trailer

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An 18-month old toddler died last night after her parents found her unconscious and unresponsive in the back of a tractor trailer cab in Harlem, police told Gothamist. Continue Reading →

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