NJ First Lady Tammy Murphy unveils plan to eliminate racial disparities in maternal and infant deaths
In New Jersey, Black mothers are seven times more likely than white mothers to die from pregnancy-related complications.
As the City continues to fight the winter surge of COVID-19 cases, the NYC Test & Trace Corps has announced the expansion of its partnership with Rapid Reliable Testing (RRT), a subsidiary of Ambulnz, to bring rapid antigen testing to ...
The cause of snoring is the vibration of the soft palate in the roof of the mouth, resulting in a hoarse noise that usually occurs during sleep. Is anyone in your family guilty of producing this noise at night while ...
There have now been over 400,000 deaths from COVID-19 in the United States and over 26,000 people in New York City have died from the virus.
For parents facing uncertain school schedules, new ways of working and concerns about the health and safety of their families, life in a pandemic is stressful enough.
As New York City’s COVID-19 infection rate this week is over 8%, the city is putting its efforts towards 24/7 vaccine sites that are opening across the city.
As COVID-19 cases climb again around the country, people may be considering skipping visits to the doctor to reduce risk of exposure to the virus
The city’s public health system’s first baby of 2021 was welcomed at NYC Health + Hospitals/Coney Island on Jan. 1 at 12 a.m. Named Jaxel Rodriguez, the boy weighed 6 lbs. 11 oz. and measured 19 in.
Congressman Donald M. Payne Jr.’s bill to decrease colorectal cancer deaths and increase cancer screenings nationwide has become law.
Amida Care, New York’s largest nonprofit Medicaid Special Needs Health Plan (SNP) designed for New Yorkers affected by HIV, participated in an online town hall event hosted by Save NY’s Safety Net Coalition
On Dec. 23, Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. arranged for Krasdale Distributor to donate a substantial amount of food for 200 families who are serviced by the NYC Health + Hospitals/Lincoln.
Stress and anxiety are all too familiar to many Americans, this year especially, and the added pressure of the holiday season may provide a new set of challenges.
As COVID-19 continues to disproportionately impact low-income women and women of color, frontline nonprofits have been doing the essential work of sustaining heavily affected communities
East Orange, N.J. Mayor Ted R. Green announced earlier this month that he tested positive for COVID-19.
In observance of National Influenza Vaccination Week, NYC Health + Hospitals continues to urge New Yorkers to get a flu vaccine