Coronavirus Update: Upstate New York Couple Among Cruise Ship Passengers Under Quarantine In JapanAbout 380 Americans are on the cruise ship Diamond Princess. The Japanese defense ministry said around 300 of them are preparing to leave.
U.S. To Evacuate Americans Stuck On Quarantined Cruise ShipThe United States is planning to bring Americans home from a cruise ship that's been quarantined in Japan.
11-Year-Old Discharged From Hospital On Valentine's Day After Receiving Heart TransplantThe 11-year-old's mom says her daughter's dream is to get back on the tennis court to play her favorite sport.
'Second Wave' Of Dangerous Flu Hitting New York, Pediatric Deaths On The RiseThe state health department says New York has seen almost 107,000 confirmed flu cases so far this season, with three flu-associated pediatric deaths.
City Officials Show Support For Asian-American-Owned Businesses Amid Coronavirus ConcernsThe mayor is reminding everyone that the risk of infection to New Yorkers is low.
'Intuitive Exercise' Urges Listening To Your Body Instead Of Counting Calories, PoundsIt means paying attention to the messages your body gives you -- soreness, pain and fatigue are all part of it.
App That Detects Signs Of Eye Diseases Credited For Preventing Further Vision Loss For Young BoyAn app that can detect signs of eye diseases by scanning photos helped the mom of a 6-year-old boy see the symptoms of a rare eye disorder.
Recall Alert: Insulin Pump Can Deliver Incorrect Doses, 1 Death ReportedThe FDA is issuing a recall for about 322,000 devices.
Some Health Care Facilities Say They're Seeing More Cases Of Early-Onset Dementia Than Ever BeforeDementia is an umbrella term for diseases characterized by a decline in memory, language and other thinking skills needed to perform everyday activities.
NYC Launching New Campaign To Support Chinatown Businesses Amid Coronavirus FearsCity officials want to remind people it’s safe to enjoy all the neighborhood has to offer.
Coronavirus Death Toll Tops 1,100 As China Reports More Than 90 New DeathsThe death toll from the coronavirus outbreak topped 1,100 on Tuesday, after officials in the outbreak's epicenter reported more than 90 new deaths in the past 24 hours.
NYC's Northwell Health A Leader In Training Employees To Identify Human Trafficking VictimsThere's no exact number of how many people are involved in human trafficking in the United States. But it's estimated to be in the hundreds of thousands.
Fed Chief: Economy Looks Resilient Despite Coronavirus RiskFederal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said the U.S. economy appears durable but faces risks from the deadly coronavirus in China.
Healthwatch: Virtual Reality Helps Put Aging Or Disabled Military Veterans At Events Honoring Their ServiceTechnology has come to the rescue of our aging military veterans. It's about enabling sick or disabled vets to share in a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
Coronavirus Death Toll Tops 1,000 As More Americans Diagnosed On Quarantined Cruise ShipChina confirmed a rise in the number of new coronavirus cases on Monday morning, quashing hopes after several days of declining infection rates that strict control measures could be paying off.