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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.

When the Cupboard is Bare

When the Cupboard is Bare

It’s 1 p.m. on a sunny Tuesday afternoon as residents gather in front of the Bronx Jewish Community Council on Holland Avenue. The line extends down the block.

Autism

Autism is a topic that we still know very little about. ABA Therapist George Rivera, who practices therapy in the Bronx, sheds light on the topic. Pamela Barahona hosts.

Birth Control Sabotage Prevalent Among Abused Women

Birth Control Sabotage Prevalent Among Abused Women

Nearly a quarter of adolescent girls who say a male partner abused them also say they were victims of birth-control sabotage.

Changing the Odds

Facilitators in this teen pregnancy prevention program encourage students to become thriving, successful, and engaged young adults.

Hispanics Use Alternatives to Pharmacies

Hispanics Use Alternatives to Pharmacies

Many New Yorkers prefer to buy imported antibiotics in bodegas, rather than at a local pharmacy. Reasons include no insurance, fear of doctors and price.