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nycHealthy

Help us make every neighborhood a healthy neighborhood! Vote online now: on.nyc.gov/tcny2020 #TCNY2020
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Does your drinking put you at risk? For men, excessive drinking is defined as 🍺🍺🍺🍺🍺 or mon.nyc.gov/1TLSKAB8up4d8
Be patient with yourself & with those around you. Give everyone time to heal: on.nyc.gov/coping #WeAreOrlando
Enjoyed visiting PS 13Q in Elmhurst to learn more about their work to promote physical activity and healthy eating!
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Keep yourself tick free this summer! Learn how to prevent exposure to ticks: on.nyc.gov/1Xpa4Tc
Traumatic events can make us feel afraid, vulnerable, helpless. What to expect→on.nyc.gov/coping #WeAreOrlando
We want to make NYC healthier, but we need your help! Vote on your priorities: svy.mk/1towMNV #TCNY2020
Highlighting mental health first aid for youth during town hall at Springfield Gardens w @BilldeBlasio @nycHealthy
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NYC has 6 hurricane evacuation zones. Which zone do you live in? Find out: NYC.gov/knowyourzone #knowyouzone
Excited we are welcoming new corps members at the MHSC meet and greet. #MentalHealth service corps! @nycHealthy
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After a traumatic event, make sure to take care of yourself. Helpful tips: on.nyc.gov/coping #WeAreOrlando
Even a little bit of standing water can be a breeding ground for mosquitoes! Prevention tips→on.nyc.gov/265N90m
Be patient with yourself & with those around you. Give everyone time to heal: on.nyc.gov/coping #WeAreOrlando
Search the inspection records for your child's daycare program online here: on.nyc.gov/1srUp8a
Express your feelings about Orlando. If you feel overwhelmed, ask for help: on.nyc.gov/coping #WeAreOrlando
Psychiatric hospitalization rates are highest in poorer neighborhoods. More new data: on.nyc.gov/263kn08
People react differently to trauma. Experiencing stress is a normal reaction: on.nyc.gov/coping #WeAreOrlando
To learn more about DACA and all the reasons why #DACAWorks, go to nyc.gov/DACA
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These @NYCSchools Wellness Award winners are creating healthier environments for all: bit.ly/262s0Eb
@nycHealthy congratulates 1st class of @NYCSchools parents for completing nutrition ed program,BuenProvechoEatWell!
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Spending time outdoors this summer? Learn how you can prevent tick bites and Lyme disease: on.nyc.gov/1Xpa4Tc
Stress after trauma is normal, but it can negatively impact your body & mind: on.nyc.gov/coping #WeAreOrlando
@nycHealthy discussing benefits of having a doula w/ OB/GYN providers @NYCHealthSystem Kings County Medical Center.
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