A plan to remove 20,000 ineligible city health insurance enrollees is estimated to save $400 million.
With thousands of New Yorkers newly insured, many patients are looking for primary care doctors.
The New York State of Health online marketplace for insurance went down just after going live Tuesday.
DNAinfo New York talked to experts to answer 10 common questions asked about Obamacare.
Of the 2,000 jobs at the Barclays Center, 1,900 are part-time and don't have benefits, officials said.
Bryn Kelly has started a campaign to raise money for her own gender-confirming surgery.
Columbia will now cover the abortions of all students, even those not enrolled in its health plan.
Caleb Medley, an aspiring comic from Colorado is clinging to life.
Goodrich Pharmacy is forced out as insurance reimbursement drops and mega pharmacies open.
Uninsured artists can exchange artwork for health care credit at Lincoln Hospital on 149th Street.
Women turn to over-the-counter remedies to end unwanted pregnancies in Washington Heights, sources say.
Protesters who have not seen a doctor in years are getting free healthcare at Occupy Wall Street.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg said he believes science will eventually prove a link between cancer and exposure to toxins at Ground Zero.
Russell Simmons, the founder of Def Jam Records, said he'd help his friend pay mounting medical bills.
Retired employees of Off-Track Betting could lose all health care benefits unless the state takes over the costs.
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