Harlem’s Kelis May Bring Milkshake To The Yard But There’s An Unhealthy Side Of Chocolate Milk In School Yards

When Rebecca Hodges sent her son to Pre-K in Brooklyn, she was excited for the year to come—full of learning adventures and making new friends. Continue Reading →

Health Benefits Of Hemp For Pets

As a pet owner, you will undoubtedly be looking for the best way to take care of your pet. Continue Reading →

Vitamin E Can Provide Long-Lasting Benefits Following A Heart Attack

With over 610,000 Americans dying from heart disease every year, it’s important for consumers to know how to keep their hearts healthy. Continue Reading →

6 Foods That Help Control Blood Sugar Levels

Do you have Type II diabetes or intermittent high blood sugar levels? If so, you probably know the role your diet plays in these conditions. Continue Reading →

Health Department Reports First Human Cases Of West Nile Virus For The 2019 Season

The Health Department today reported four human cases of West Nile virus, the first cases identified in the 2019 season: two from Queens, and one from Staten Island and one from Brooklyn. Continue Reading →

Health Department Sounds The Alarm On E-Cigarette Use Among Middle School Students

The Health Department today announced data on e-cigarette use of New York City public middle school students. Continue Reading →

CDC Warns Consumers To Stop Using E-Cigarettes

On the heels of three more deaths believed to be associated with electronic cigarettes, federal health officials have issued a warning urging consumers to avoid using the products while they conduct an investigation into the matter. Continue Reading →

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