The officials reported the first case ever of the spreading of bird flu from an infected cat to a human in New York City.
Climate change is a factor that doubled the forest fires in the western US and the flooding in New York City.
New York City is experiencing extreme heat temperature this summer. With this, roaches might fly around the city, according to experts.
The Interior approves to an offshore commercial wind energy lease sale in New York City, yet the fishermen urge for relocation.
The US Army with a theme, "American Soldier--Always Ready, Always Leading" will have its birthday on June 14. Come and celebrate!
New findings published in JAMA Pediatrics reveal that making water more available in New York City public schools through self-serve water dispensers in cafeterias helped students with weight loss.
Distracted driving is dangerous, no doubt, but what about "text-walking"?
More than 8 percent of children with cancer may carry a genetic predisposition to it, experts say.
Days are continuously getting shorter and shorter as winter gets ready to start. But for people suffering from Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), a light therapy may not necessarily be the best approach for treating the problem.