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Surprise Medical Bills Squeeze New Yorkers

Surprise Medical Bills Squeeze New Yorkers

Many patients are finding that they are being charged for medical procedures that they thought were covered by insurance.

Urban Healing: Ethnobotany in the Bronx

Urban Healing: Ethnobotany in the Bronx

The New York Botanical Garden has launched a project to improve immigrant health care in the city.

Hunger Remains Pervasive in the City

Hunger Remains Pervasive in the City

The city and charitable organizations have struggled over the past year to adjust to increasing numbers of the needy.

South Bronx Unite Marches for Clean Air

South Bronx Unite Marches for Clean Air

Bronxites on the People’s Climate March called for a boycott of Fresh Direct.

South Bronx Unite y la Marcha por El Aire Limpio

South Bronx Unite y la Marcha por El Aire Limpio

South Bronx Unite, una coalición integrada por grupos locales, tiene un objetivo específico para participar en la protesta: reclamar sobre la contaminación del aire en el Bronx.

Food Stamp Cuts Send Bronxites to Local Pantries

Food Stamp Cuts Send Bronxites to Local Pantries

Cuts to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program have Bronxites scrambling to make up the difference.

Trying Out Obamacare

Trying Out Obamacare

With everyone pointing out the negatives of the launch, can Bronxites find a way to benefit from the new law?

One Chef Can 86 Hunger

One Chef Can 86 Hunger

Max Hardy says chefs can offer special insight into solving the food crisis.

Faces of Food Stamps

Faces of Food Stamps

Food stamp use in New York City has doubled over the last decade. We spoke with some residents about their experiences with the program.