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Hospitals in Crisis
  

Sep 26, 2005

When Katrina McCloud was one year old, she hit her head on a coffee table in her Brooklyn home. Her mother, Harriet, rushed her to the emergency room at nearby St. Mary's

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Mayoral Issue Grid: Health
  

Sep 21, 2005

Mayoral Issue Grid HEALTH -Top Priority? -Smoking Ban? New York City has enormous public health challenges. Roughly 2 million residents are not insured. New York is

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Mayoral Issue Grid: Health
  

Aug 25, 2005

Mayoral Issue Grid HEALTH -Top Priority? -Smoking Ban? New York City has enormous public health challenges. Roughly 2 million residents are not insured. New York is

Cemeteries: The End is Near
  

Aug 22, 2005

New York City Marble Cemetery Following his death on July 4, 1831, and a glorious funeral procession through the streets of New York watched

Making Medicaid Cheaper
  

Aug 02, 2005

A staff member sees a patient at the Betances Health Center where 70 percent of clients are

Nonsmoking New York?
  

May 23, 2005

Standing outside the café he owns in Astoria, Kosta Litzeris smokes a Salem cigarette as he greets a stream of regular customers with

AIDS In New York City
  

Mar 28, 2005

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The Flu – An Ironic Season
  

Jan 05, 2005

 A few short months ago, health officials were worried about this year's flu season because of a sudden shortage of the vaccine. Only two companies manufacture flu vaccines for the