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AIDS in New York City
Get updates from the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene on the HIV/AIDS epidemic and how it affects New Yorkers.
Children's Immunization Enrollment
Enroll your child in the City's Immunization Registry today.
Dead Bird Monitoring Program (West Nile Virus)
Dead birds may be an indicator of the West Nile virus; please report them to the Department of Health.
The Facts About HIV/AIDS
Learn more about how HIV and AIDS are transmitted, how to protect yourself, and how to live with either disease through publications from the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.
Help Stop Disease in Day Care
Diseases can spread easily in day cares. Find out how to minimize the risk of illness at your facility.
Information on Chickenpox
If you suspect your child or someone you know has chickenpox, read about symptoms, prevention, and treatment.
Information on Measles
Though it's normally thought to be a children's disease, people of any age can contract measles. Find out more from the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.
Severe Acute Respiratory System (SARS) Information (in PDF)
Get facts about the disease and prepare for the possibility of an outbreak.
Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD)
Learn how to prevent the spread of STDs and the symptoms of some common diseases.
Tuberculosis (TB) Information
Find out how the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene's Bureau of Tuberculosis Control works to prevent the spread of TB in New York City.
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