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Will COVID go away? Half say no

A survey conducted with 1,000 people by healthinsurance.com reveals that 56% of Americans surveyed believe COVID-19 is never going away.

NYC Health + Hospitals/Lincoln expands, improves Cancer Center Infusion Suite

A ceremonial ribbon-cutting took place in the NYC Health + Hospitals/Lincoln’s Comprehensive Cancer Center to open its newly improved state-of-the-art Infusion Center, an 11-chair unit which primarily provides care to cancer patients receiving chemotherapy, immunotherapy and biological therapies.

Tips to help stay safe when accessing medical care

With health top of mind amid COVID-19, many New Yorkers may be trying to re-prioritize their health, including scheduling appointments with our doctors, dentists and other health professionals.

Specialty care practice opens in Irvington

A coalition of healthcare providers in New Jersey are opening a specialty care location in Irvington providing obstetrics, gynecology and cardiology services.

Tips to strengthen your CORE to help prevent, treat back pain while working remotely

As many people in New York and across the country transitioned to working from home amid COVID-19, office furniture may have been replaced by makeshift desks and household chairs.

Mental health tips for dealing with tragedy, moving forward

In the aftermath of the mass shooting in Boulder, Colorado, psychologist and professor at Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine Dr. Jeffrey Gardere offers some mental health tips for dealing with the tragedy and moving forward.

Health tips to navigate Year 2 of the pandemic

After months of unfamiliar restrictions and guidelines, pandemic fatigue is affecting how some Americans protect their health.

Glaucoma is a leading cause of preventable blindness: Don’t skip eyecare checkups

Blindness caused by glaucoma is insidious. In most cases, there is no pain, and the loss of vision occurs slowly from peripheral to central.

Questions about COVID-19 vaccines?

Many Americans have questions about COVID-19 vaccines—and rightfully so. There’s lots of information out there, and researchers are learning new details about the virus daily.

COVID-19 Vaccination Hotline taking appointments for Harlem and Bronx residents

The Northern Manhattan, Harlem and South Bronx Community COVID-19 Vaccination Scheduling Hotline is now open for appointments at the Washington Heights Armory for individuals who live in eligible zip codes and are age 65 and over.

Tips to help make the most of your 2021 health plan

2020 was a difficult year as the COVID-19 pandemic swept through our country, impacting families and communities nationwide.

Influential Black women amplify need for health equity amid COVID-19

In appreciation of Black History Month and American Heart Month, the American Heart Association, the leading global voluntary health organization dedicated to fighting heart disease and stroke, is bringing together some of the most influential Black women in the country ...

How to help keep kids smiling amid COVID-19

COVID-19 has disrupted multiple aspects of daily life, including how people access dental care.

COMMENTARY: New York, let’s talk about the COVID-19 vaccine

The COVID-19 vaccines are medical miracles, the fastest developed in history, thanks to a global scientific collaboration and all that modern science has to offer.

Is mental health a human right?

The panel of 80 social workers gathered online to address the topic and share experiences.

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