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Women losing coverage under Obamacare, too
Topic - Thomas Farley
A month after Sandy's floodwaters swept up his block, punched a hole in his foundation and drowned his furnace, John Frawley still has no electricity or heat in his dilapidated home on the Rockaway seashore.
Health officials in the nation's largest city are recommending that any residents living with HIV be offered AIDS drugs as soon as the virus is diagnosed, an aggressive move that has been shown to prolong life and stem the spread of the disease.
Two major medical studies have failed to find significant increases in deaths or cancer among people exposed to dust from the World Trade Center.
The New York City "Tobacco 21" initiative, as it was dubbed, is aimed at keeping teens and others "from ever starting to smoke," said Health Commissioner Thomas Farley, in CNN.
"The new study shows that our portion cap rule will likely lead to a decrease in calories consumed, especially among the people who need the help the most — obese and overweight youth," said Dr. Thomas Farley, New York City Health Commissioner, in the Crain report.