Witness.. The head of an addiction treatment center cries during a meeting with a young man who tells the story of how he started using “Shabu” and how he got rid of it

Al-Marsad Newspaper: A person recovering from shabu addiction revealed the story of his recovery from addiction after he was transferred to an addiction treatment center, in a serious condition. condition Collapse He said during a live broadcast with one of the center’s officials: “I was addicted to shabu, and from a lot of addiction I […]

Like other millions, neighbors at Sunset Park Mega Millions

“A mega million please!” It is the phrase that has been heard the most in the 5 Borough Market store located on the corner of Fifth Avenue and 39th Street in Sunset Park. From 5:30 in the morning, residents of the neighborhood began to arrive with the hope of buying the winning $ 1.1 billion […]

Female cyclist dies at dangerous intersection in Park Slope

The intersection of 9th Street and 2nd Avenue in Park Slope, Brooklyn has become a death trap for bicyclists as the bike lane practically ends or becomes the path of cars and trucks. While details of how the crash occurred on Tuesday morning were not released, the truth is that a 37-year-old woman was killed […]

“We need more nurses and more patient care”

With banners and whistles, thousands of nurses continue to protest for better working conditions on the second day of the strike in front of Montefiore Hospital in the Bronx. While on strike they are not paid or have health insurance. “It’s good enough, it was too much,” said Patricia Henríquez, a striking nurse. Henríquez has […]

billions of dollars in mental health care

New York Governor Kathy Hochul on Tuesday announced plans to add 1,000 inpatient psychiatric treatment beds and create 3,500 housing units to address deficiencies in the state’s mental health system. “We haven’t invested enough in mental health for so long and allowed the situation to get so bad that it has escalated into a public […]

The nurses’ strike continues in 2 major New York hospitals

Thousands of nurses who went on strike on Monday at two of the city’s major hospitals were still protesting on Tuesday after contract negotiations on staffing and wages stalled nearly three years after the coronavirus pandemic began. Private and non-profit hospitals have been postponing non-urgent surgeries, rerouting ambulances to other medical facilities, hiring temporary staff, […]