Residents of the Lower East Side's Rivington House talk about living with HIV/AIDS.
The Bushwick farmers market brings organic and locally produced food to a neighborhood plagued by obesity.
Health officials are hoping that disturbing images slated for cigarette packages will deter tobacco use. Some smokers aren't so sure.
Chocolate makers from around the world passed out samples at the annual Chocolate Show, with some touting the treat as art and an anti-depressant, while others promoted "fair trade" brands.
Woodhull Medical Center allows local artists, photographers and storytellers to work in the hospital in exchange credits they can use for medical care.
There's an effort afoot to alter traditional Thanksgiving Day meals to include more healthful ingredients.
Seniors citizens are being taught to look out for Medicare scams that cost the country billions of dollars annually.
Two days before the ING New York City Marathon, New York Road Runners hosted NYRR 5, a five-mile race for runners’ families and friends.