The mayor said his PlaNYC program has gotten thousands of buildings to burn cleaner heating oil.
The Health Department plans to close the walk-in clinic in Corona at the end of the month.
The restaurant's pastry chef infected with the virus may have spread it to patrons, officials said.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg wants hospitals to limit the number of opioid painkillers they prescribe.
The largest study to date found no clear link between toxic Ground Zero dust and cancer.
In six months drinks larger than 16 ounces will be outlawed in New York City.
Queens City Councilman Dan Halloran testified at a public meeting Tuesday against the soda ban.
Some Councilmembers said they're entitled to eat whatever they want during lengthy hearings.
City Council members ate Cheez-Its, Fritos and downed a 32-oz. drink while discussing the "sugar ban."
Barbara Nieto, who is not a licensed doctor, performed liposuction on a woman, almost killing her.
Mayor Bloomberg said restaurant grades have improved food safety at New York City eateries.
Restaurateur Mario Batali and documentary filmmaker Morgan Spurlock celebrated the first annual "Food Day" at a lunch in Times Square.
The proportion of adult New Yorkers who smoke cigarettes has hit an all-time low of 14 percent, city officials announced.
A new study found that restaurants owners have saved millions by earning "A" grades.
Shelters are getting a funding boost, but advocates say too many pets will still be put down.
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