He went to a festival on a Friday afternoon and woke up in a hospital Emergency Room on Tuesday

A life-threatening overdose sheds light on the potential risks to Haredi and formerly-Haredi festival-goers.


Kiryas Joel school to pay $300,000 fine for admitting unvaccinated students

After facing possible fines in tens of millions of dollars, school officials reached an agreement with the DOH by promising increased cooperation


Kiryas Joel school could be fined up to $61 million due to unvaccinated students

The school allowed 121 students to attend school unvaccinated for nearly a year, carrying a maximum penalty of $2,000 per student per day


Women file lawsuit against Borough Park doctor, alleging years of sexual assault

“Speaking up about my experience has been difficult,” Malky Wigder said, “but my hope is that it helps empower others to come forward.”

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Kiryas Joel health center faced cyberattack, forced to pay ransom

Aizer Health’s computer system was down for two weeks


Yeshiva leaders mandate immunization after state penalized them for noncompliance

“To be up to date with immunization when you register your children for the new school year is just as important as paying tuition,” wrote leaders of one yeshiva


“Monumental” health conference organized by Yetev Lev D'Satmar draws large crowd in Williamsburg

Medical panel addresses “stigma” of talking about health concerns in the community


New York State halts polio immunization ad campaign over antisemitism concerns

Nearly identical ads in Haredi newspapers continued