The New York City Emergency Management Department and the Health Department advise New Yorkers to prepare for extreme cold weather from Harlem to hollis.
The Health Department announced that starting next year, death certificates will include an “X” option for New Yorkers who do not identify as male or female.
Building on previous efforts to curb the use of tobacco among young New Yorkers from Harlem to Hollis, Mayor Bill de Blasio signed Intro.
The Mayor’s Office of ThriveNYC and The New York Public Library (NYPL) today announced “Spaces to Thrive,” a new partnership to promote mental health across the city and connect Library visitors to mental health support.
The number of New Yorkers newly diagnosed with HIV is down to historic lows and fell below 2,000 for the first time since annual HIV reporting began in 2001.
As peak flu season arrives in New York City, Health Commissioner Dr. Oxiris Barbot and Department of Consumer and Worker Protection (DCWP) Commissioner Lorelei Salas remind New Yorkers to limit the spread of flu by seeking care from a medical provider, staying home from work if they get sick and getting a flu vaccine.
As a low-pressure system moves into the New York City area Tuesday, the New York City Emergency Management Department reminds New Yorkers to prepare for the weather.
The de Blasio Administration today launched a data-based outreach and inspection effort to combat childhood lead exposure from Harlem to Hollis.
Mayor Bill de Blasio, Department of Transportation Commissioner Polly Trottenberg and NYPD officials today launched the City’s fourth annual Dusk and Darkness campaign.
In support of the City’s ongoing, comprehensive fight to address climate change, the Mayor’s Office of Sustainability, with support from NYC Parks and the Natural Areas Conservancy, is partnering with outdoor retailer REI Co-op to launch Opt to Act NYC.
Mayor Bill de Blasio, First Lady Chirlane McCray and City Council Members today announced a $37 million annual investment to close critical gaps in services for New Yorkers with serious mental illness.
The Health Department today announced that 65 organizations that serve youth pledged to raise awareness about the dangers of menthol cigarettes and flavored e-cigarettes.
Mayor de Blasio announced today that the City will be conducting a 30-day review of how the City uses Kendra’s Law and other intensive mental health interventions.
Mayor de Blasio and Acting Corporation Counsel Georgia M. Pestana today announced that New York City has filed a federal lawsuit against 22 national online e-cigarette vendors.
The Health Department today released its latest Childhood Blood Lead Level Surveillance Quarterly Report covering the first and second quarter of 2019 (get your copy below).