Aneri Pattani

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City's New Public Hospital Chief Seeks More Paying Patients

Thursday, January 11, 2018

Dr. Mitchell Katz plans to shrink the multi-million dollar budget deficit by attracting more paying patients, even if it involves an upfront cost.

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Hospitals Play Significant Role in Racial Disparities for Premature Babies in NYC

Tuesday, January 02, 2018

Premature babies born at certain New York City hospitals are at significantly greater risk for death or severe complications. And those babies tend to be black or Hispanic.

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Number of Public Housing Units Considered At-Risk for Lead Paint Hazards Grows

Thursday, December 14, 2017

The New York City Housing Authority is inspecting twice as many apartments where children live for lead paint than in the past.

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City Cherry-Picks Numbers to Downplay Lead Exposure in Public Housing

Thursday, December 14, 2017

Officials say just 19 kids with high lead levels got them from paint in their apartments. But they don't mention all the cases where inspectors have not found a cause of contamination.

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How the Law Separates Sexual Harassment, Assault and Other Abuses in the Workplace

Thursday, December 07, 2017

As allegations against men pile up for a range of bad behavior in the workplace, the response is not always obvious. But legal principles may help.

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City's Lead Poisoning Numbers Don't Tell the Whole Story

Wednesday, November 22, 2017

New York City Housing Authority officials say very few children in public housing have elevated levels of lead in their blood. But they're using an outdated standard.

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City's Lead Poisoning Numbers in Public Housing May be Misleading

Tuesday, November 21, 2017

While NYCHA now says fewer than two dozen children were harmed when the agency stopped inspecting apartments for lead, the original number was much higher.

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New Jersey Schools Becoming More Segregated, New Report Finds

Thursday, November 16, 2017

Between 1989 and 2015, the percentage of students in so-called "apartheid schools" — those with less than 1 percent of white students — has doubled.

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After Death of 3-Year-Old, City Preschools Ordered to Call 911 for Medical Emergencies

Tuesday, November 14, 2017

A toddler died when he suffered an allergic reaction at a Harlem preschool — and the school called the mother instead of 911.

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Low Voter Turnout Means Trouble for de Blasio and Queens Council Incumbent

Wednesday, November 08, 2017

While Mayor de Blasio defended his victory as a mandate, Councilwoman Liz Crowley may not even end up with a victory, much less a mandate.

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New York Voters, Remember to Turn Over Your Ballot!

Monday, November 06, 2017

Three referendum questions will appear on Tuesday's ballots in New York, but on the reverse side. One could lead to changes in the state constitution.

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#MeToo Is Just The Beginning, Says Creator of Viral Campaign

Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Tarana Burke coined the phrase a decade ago. But there's a lot more to do to empower young women against sexual harassment today, she says. 

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Gov. Chris Christie's Big Pharma Ties Gave Drug Industry Access to Opioid Regulators

Friday, October 20, 2017

A pharmaceutical executive contributed $100,000 to Christie's presidential campaign. Now he gets to meet with Christie to discuss recommendations for addressing the opioid epidemic.

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What Men Can Do In The Wake of #MeToo

Wednesday, October 18, 2017

As women use the hashtag "Me Too" to share personal stories of sexual harassment and abuse, men are asking what they can do. Nicholas Powers, a professor at SUNY, has some suggestions.

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Why Baseball Players Aren't Taking the Knee Like NFL Players Are

Thursday, October 12, 2017

NFL players have created a political storm by taking the knee during the national anthem. But the protest hasn't spilled over to baseball. And there's a clear reason why.

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New York's Unusual Law Is Boosting Hepatitis C Testing

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Tina Harris may never have discovered that she was infected with hepatitis C if it weren’t for an unusual New York state law.

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