State Department of Health Releases HIV/AIDS Annual Surveillance Report Showing Progress to Reduce HIV Infections; Continued Need for Equitable Care Newly Diagnosed HIV Infections Have Decreased 37 Percent Since 2014 State Landmarks and Bridges To Be Illuminated in Red Honoring World AIDS Day Read Proclamation Here Governor Kathy Hochul today issuedContinue Reading

Legislation (S.6522A/A.7363A) Protects Patients Facing Steep Medical Bills from Certain Penalties Against Their Wages or Property Part of 2022 State of the State Goal to Protect New York’s Consumers and Improve Financial Health Governor Kathy Hochul today signed legislation (S.6522A/A.7363A) to protect patients facing steep medical bills that can lead to wageContinue Reading

Photo by Urban Sanden on Unsplash Enhanced Federal Subsidies Will Continue to Lower Monthly Premiums for New Yorkers to Lowest Levels in Recent Years Certified Enrollment Assistors Available Across the State to Offer Free Enrollment Guidance, Plan Comparisons, and Cost Estimates NY State of Health, the State’s official health planContinue Reading

Jessica Biel, Co-Founder of KinderFarms, the Kinder Farmaceutical Company, celebrated the launch of KinderMed, a line of clean over-the-counter medicines for infants and children addressing pain & fever and cough & cold. The category-disrupting KinderMed offers effective children’s medicine with clean ingredients KinderFarms, the Kinder Farmaceutical Company, is proud toContinue Reading

Drug overdose fatalities surged during the COVID-19 pandemic in New York state, with opioid-related overdose deaths increasing by 68% to nearly 5,000 individuals from 2019 to 2021, according to an analysis released today by New York State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli. The surge is largely due to a sharp increase in deathsContinue Reading


Photo by Anna Tarazevich on Legislation (A.8537/S.7881) Ensures that Breast Cancer Survivors Who Choose Reconstructive Surgery After a Mastectomy Have Proper Insurance Coverage Governor Signs Legislation During Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Observed in October Governor Kathy Hochul signed legislation that will aid breast cancer survivors during their recovery. LegislationContinue Reading