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74th Street in Jackson Heights
Any number of potential City Council candidates saw their plans thrown into turmoil in late 2008 when the City Council voted to extend term
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This story was done through a partnership between The Huffington Post's Eyes and Ears citizen journalism program and Gotham Gazette. Gotham Gazette reporter Courtney Gross wrote the piece
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Woodhull Hospital in East New York
Four clinics are set to shut, four mental health programs in New York City public schools won't be around next year, and three
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For Angela Montague, it began with a young woman from the West African country of Guinea. In February 2008, Montague, a licensed clinical social worker and the
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The City Council tried to bite bed bugs back Wednesday when it unanimously approved legislation spurring the city to investigate the epidemic.
The bill requires the city form
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Increasing the availability fresh produce, like these apples at Union Square Greenmarket, is one small piece of New York's public health policy.
Food policy, nutrition and public
Some snack items pack in a meal's worth of calories.
Five hundred and ten calories in a corn muffin at Dunkin' Donuts? One thousand one hundred and fifty calories in a
Photo (cc) Adam KubanThe City Planning Supermarket Need Index indicates that more neighborhood market options are needed in high-density areas such as northern Manhattan, the south Bronx, and central