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Mott Haven »

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

Upper East Side »

The shop racked up 34 health violation points during an inspection on Monday, records show.

Yorkville »

Zesty never applied for a permit to operate with the Department of Health, officials say.

Upper West Side »

The French creperie was closed by the Health Department on Nov. 17. 

St. George »

The Health Department released a breakdown of the percentage of cigarette smokers by borough.

Far Rockaway »

There have been three cases reported on the peninsula since Aug. 16, an official said. 

Morrisania »

The two men held dueling press conferences Monday and gave out conflicting and confusing information.

Morrisania »

Health inspectors now plan to visit P.S. 325 for the first time since a teacher there died in April.

SoHo »

A complaint about the illegal child care facility was lodged with the Health Department in Nov. 2014.

SoHo »

The SoHo bakery could reopen as soon as Tuesday morning, an employee said.

Yorkville »

Tenzan Sushi, located at 1714 Second Ave., at East 89th Street, was closed on May 15.

East Village »

Its owners hope to reopen by the weekend, after inspectors found evidence of mice.

Inwood »

The popular Inwood bakery reopened after the owner spent over $3,000 in repairs and exterminators.

Midtown South »

The bakery, part of a chain, was closed down over the weekend but reopened Tuesday.

Forest Hills »

Biu Bella racked up 61 health violation points during a July 12 inspection.