Residents Living In Multi-Family Homes Running Into Issues Getting Their Fed-Issued At-Home COVID Tests Through USPSThe federal government's plan to send rapid COVID-19 tests to homes through the U.S. Postal Service doesn't appear to be working for everyone.
Acacia Network Chief Medical Officer Offers Insight On COVID's Impact In The BronxAccording to the city Department of Health, 81% of adults in the Bronx are fully vaccinated, compared to 84% of adults citywide.
Biden Administration To Give Out 400 Million Free N95 MasksThe free masks will be made available to the public at thousands of local pharmacies and community health centers nationwide starting late next week, according to a White House official.
As NYC, Teachers Union Discuss Remote Option, Mayor Adams Reiterates 'Our Schools Are Going To Remain Open'Mayor Eric Adams stressed in-person learning will continue no matter what.
Free COVID Tests Now Available Online Through USPSA day ahead of the scheduled rollou, some Americans are already placing orders through a form posted by the U.S. Postal Service.
Experts Say 'Blue Monday' Is A Good Reminder To Reach Out To Those Who May Be In Need Of Emotional SupportIt's the third Monday in January, and if you're feeling down, you're not alone.
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, Mayor Eric Adams Back Bills Providing More Funding To Improve Maternal MortalityThe rate of pregnancy-related deaths is especially high among Black women.
Program Teaches Kids In 'Food Deserts' How To Grow, Cook Healthier MealsA New York City program has found the perfect recipe for helping kids eat healthier.
Saturday Is Deadline For Connecticut Residents To Enroll In Affordable Care ActHowever, some states, including New York and New Jersey are extending their deadline through Jan. 31. 
New Study Suggests Some Cannabis Compounds May Prevent COVID-19 From Infecting Human CellsA new study has found that certain cannabis extracts may actually stop the coronavirus from infecting human cells.
New York City Schools Considering Temporary Remote Learning Option, Mayor Eric Adams SaysAdams once again reiterated schools remain the safest place for students, but acknowledged some families have concerns.