In an article about how participation by Latinos in NYC HANES can improve the health of their community, El Diario reported how the 1st NYC HANES study resulted in the removal of poisonous cosmetics from store shelves.
The Co-op City Times announced on the front page that 60 households in the Bronx complex, one of New York City’s largest, had been randomly selected for participation in NYC HANES.
Two Chinese media outlets, DWnews.com and Health Today NY, have published information about NYC HANES.
The American Journal of Public Health, widely read by public health professionals throughout the US, described NYC HANES in its Friday letter.
Two Queens newspapers, the Chronicle and the Gazette, alerted residents to NYC HANES. 750 households in Queens have been randomly selected to participate.
An article in Thikana, the most widely circulated Bangla newspaper outside of Bangladesh, increased awareness of NYC HANES among the South Asian population.
The Jewish Voice ran an article about NYC HANES.
In an editorial published by the Staten Island Advance, Ayman A.E. El-Mohandes, MD, MPH, Dean of the CUNY School of Public Health, and Thomas Farley, MD, MPH, New York City Health Commissioner, urged local residents to participate in NYC HANES if invited. Randomly selected residents don’t even have to leave their home to do so, and […]
Fred Mogul, a reporter for WNYC Radio, covered the NYC HANES launch.
The CUNY School of Public Health and the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene today formally announced the launch of NYC HANES in a press release.