Get to know the latest change on the tobacco market brought by Bill de Blasio.
Accounts of Heath Ledger's life in the 'I Am Heath Ledger' documentary film.
A study ranked the best and worst states in America to practice medicine in, with the best state to be a doctor in is Iowa and the worst is in New York.
Aquatic therapy is a delight for people with chronic pain from orthopedic and neurological disorders. In Minneapolis, physical therapists are seeing more and more clients participating in this unique form of physical therapy.
All three persons that were affected lived within one block radius in the Concourse area. Representatives handed out notices to tenants warning them about the illness on Tuesday in the lobby of 750 Grand Concourse.
New York's medical marijuana program will officially start on Thursday.
NFL star Tom Brady granted an eight-year old leukemia patient’s Christmas wish by giving her a personal meet-and-greet at Gillette Stadium in Massachusetts before flying off to a game in New York
Health authorities in New York have finally softened up on marijuana use allowing New Yorkers to register for the state’s medical marijuana program which is bound to start January next year.
New York State will be spending $67 million on Alzheimer's disease caregivers, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced.
The New York City's Health Department reported that the male patient at Mount Sinai Hospital is "unlikely" to have Ebola.
Health officials reported that a second wave of the flu has sickened hundreds of people from New York.
A surprising number of people cheat on holiday, according to a new survey.
The New York City Council banned the use of electronic cigarettes at public places that includes offices, restaurants, bars and parks. The move might be followed by other U.S cities too.
The bionic man that was created from parts donated by 17 different manufacturer has come to New York.
A man woke up from a nose job to discover that his nose was gone.
For all intents and purposes, the "War on Drugs" ended when nearly every state passed a law for recreational or medical marijuana use. The truth is, however, that law enforcement officers everywhere still actively pursue drug arrests. If you've been arrested for illicit drug use, you need to take the charges seriously. While there may be a valid defense or a program that can get you out of trouble for a first offense, the stigma can haunt you for a lifetime.