The Pesticide Use by New York City Agencies in 2020 report fulfills the reporting requirement of Local Law 37
of 2005 (LL37) which was amended in October, 2007 to require a summary report of pesticides used by agencies to be prepared and submitted by the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.
While most New York City employees cannot receive pensions until they turn 62, police officers and firefighters can retire at any age after they have met their required number of years of service. Since 2010, how many of them began receiving pensions before turning 50?
Hospitalization, emergency department (ED) visit, and public school health record asthma-related data highlight trends and persistent disparities in asthma-related outcomes among children residing in the Bronx compared with other areas of NYC.
Using data from HVS, ED visits among children, CHS, examines the relationship between housing quality and asthma. It describes the Healthy Homes Program aimed at reducing home health hazards for people with asthma and provides recommendations.