Sugary drinks can lead to diabetes, high blood pressure and heart disease. To keep you healthy, we no longer serve or sell these beverages at our locations.
Although the risk to New Yorkers of contracting the novel coronavirus is low, NYC Health + Hospitals is taking measures to train staff and protect patients. Here are some things to know including when to see a doctor.
1 in 4 New Yorkers suffers from high blood pressure. Follow these tips to reduce your risk and live a heart healthy life.
Hundreds of people are reporting lung illnesses related to e-cigarettes or vaping products. Learn the symptoms and whether you should see a doctor.
NYC Health + Hospitals pediatricians offer these tips to get kids ready for a healthy year.
Measles is a very contagious virus and can be serious, especially for children younger than 5-years-old. Here are tips to keep your family safe.
Colon cancer kills approximately 1,400 New Yorkers every year. Learn how to reduce your risk.
Protect yourself from harsh temperatures by planning ahead and helping others who may need assistance.
Follow these tips for hosting a healthy holiday party and useful advice to avoid overeating when you’re a guest.
More cases of tick-related diseases are being reported and on the rise in New York City. As the summer season rolls on, learn how best to protect you and your family from tick bites.