This report summarizes NYC construction deaths by worker characteristics and circumstances of injury. Falls accounted for 60% of fatal construction injuries. Older workers and those w/lower education levels were disproportionately fatally injured.
TheNew York City Community Air Survey (NYCCAS) is the largest ongoing urban air monitoring program of any U.S. city. NYCCAS is a collaboration between the Health Department and Queens College of the City University of New York and tracks changes in air quality over time.
This report details the methods and results of a study to determine whether imputation could be a feasible analytic option for improving validity of race and ethnicity variables in the Statewide Planning and Research Cooperative System (SPARCS).
In 2015,552 suicides were reported in New York City (NYC); approximately two-thirds occurred among males and one-third among females. While the suicide rate among males has been consistently and markedly higher than among females, the gap has narrowed in recent years due to an increase among females
The New York City Community Air Survey: Neighborhood Air Quality 2008-2016 report fulfills the reporting requirement of Local Law 103 of 2015 which requires that the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene conduct community air quality surveys and publish the results annually.