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Your Good Health

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Staying healthy isn’t always easy. Your Good Health aims to help New Yorkers stay well with news and information about important health issues unique to this city.

Borough Park »

There have been six cases of infant herpes linked to Orthodox Jewish circumcision ceremonies since 2015.

Gramercy »

A room-by-room guide to eliminating pollen, dust, mold and pet dander from your apartment

Upper West Side »

What's a 3-D mammogram? Why would you want one? We have all the answers.

Fort Greene »

Cynthia Williams doesn't feel her age despite being the oldest in her graduating class at Hunter College

Bed-Stuy »

Experts demonstrated the lifesaving tactic that's easy and takes less than five minutes to learn.

Carroll Gardens »

A law lowering the minimum age for enrollment in NY's organ donor registry went into effect Tuesday.

Kips Bay »

Danielle Ofri's "What Patients Say, What Doctors Hear" argues that a doctor's best tool is conversation.

Upper West Side »

A constitutional amendment proposed Monday wouldn't go into effect until at least 2019, critics say.

Midtown »

The enrollment period for health insurance coverage in 2017 ends at midnight on Jan. 31.

Park Slope »

This school-based program has a measurable impact on students' performance and health, organizers said.

Morningside Heights »

Under the law, New Yorkers would have access to free contraception even if Obamacare is repealed.

Upper East Side »

Abortions after 24 weeks of pregnancy are only legal in New York if a woman's life is at risk.

Fort Greene »

We've rounded up apps that will help you recover physically and mentally from the holidays.