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Veterans Use Yoga to Fight PTSD

Veterans Use Yoga to Fight PTSD

Free yoga classes provide both physical and mental benefits.

On the Opioid Frontlines

On the Opioid Frontlines

St. Ann’s Corner of Harm Reduction saves lives in the Bronx.

Living With Lupus

Living With Lupus

An estimated 1.5 million people in the U.S. have with lupus, an autoimmune disease that affects organs as well as bones and joints.

Legionnaire’s Disease Rises Again

Legionnaire’s Disease Rises Again

Imagine going to school, work, or your local supermarket and returning home with a bacterial infection that could possibly kill you.

Green Rooftops of the Bronx

Green Rooftops of the Bronx

Five sky-high urban gardens promote environmental sustainability and nutrition in the borough.

Plastic Surgery Tourism: Cheap But Risky

Plastic Surgery Tourism: Cheap But Risky

New Yorkers traveling abroad for discounted cosmetic procedures may be operated on by unaccredited or unqualified practitioners.

A Diet to Reduce Autism Symptoms

A Diet to Reduce Autism Symptoms

Some parents believe that subtracting wheat, dairy and artificial additives from diets of their children will help them control and, in some cases, reverse the symptoms related to Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).

April Falls Day

April Falls Day

On April 1st, LiveOn NY sponsored a wellness fair designed to help Bronx residents prevent falls.

Diabetes EXPO

Diabetes EXPO

New Yorkers were given free eye exams, along with cooking and exercise demonstrations, to help them prevent or control their diabetes.