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East Harlem »

A switchboard operator from the 23rd Precinct was diagnosed with the disease this week, officials said.

Midtown East »

The eatery was closed down Monday but reopened on Wednesday.

Mott Haven »

White men between 45- to 54-years old were the most likely to die of an overdose, according to the DOH.

New Springville »

The site could be linked to higher risk of cancers and Down syndrome, a new report asserts.

Upper East Side »

The neighborhood with the lowest life expectancy was Brownsville, according to Health Department data.

Upper East Side »

Café Noi had evidence of mice inside its Second Avenue location.

Upper East Side »

Owner Kelly Jaime said the shop opened Thursday at 2 p.m. with a clean bill.

Upper East Side »

The shop didn't give access to inspectors during a May 5 visit, records show.

Murray Hill »

The eatery was slapped with 46 violation points on Tuesday, records show.

Yorkville »

The eatery was shut down on March 30 by a Health Department inspector.

Rockaway Beach »

Dr. Janie Simmons has spent decades researching overdose prevention and is spearheading the program.

Yorkville »

The restaurant, Tenzan 89, was given the OK to reopen on Monday, officials said.

Upper West Side »

More rigorous lead testing rules have found more elevated levels, but the city says students are safe.

Morrisania »

The number of children with lead poisoning has steadily declined over the past five years, records show.

Midtown »

There was a spike in pediatric flu-related deaths last month, according to records.