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.
Coronavirus Latest: Cruise Ship Finally Set To Depart For Bahamas After Delay For Passenger TestingTwenty seven passengers who recently traveled from China were screened for the virus.
Despite Coronavirus Fears, Show Goes On At Lunar New Year Parade In ChinatownAmid the coronavirus chaos, New York's Chinatown has seen fewer visitors. But city officials say there's no reason to be concerned.
Coronavirus Latest: Cruise Ship Delayed Again In Bayonne, 4 Passengers Test Negative For VirusWhen the Royal Caribbean’s Anthem of the Seas arrived Friday morning, 27 passengers who recently traveled from mainland China were screened for the virus.
Project ACHIEVE Seeking Participants To Help In HIV Prevention ResearchThose at Project ACHIEVE are hoping more people will come together to help with their work.
Heart Disease Survivors, Cardiologist Say Symptoms For Women Can Be Misdiagnosed Or SilentAccording to the American Heart Association, heart disease is the leading cause of death for women in the United States.
3 NYC Patients Test Negative For Coronavirus, 2 Other Cases Under InvestigationTwo people in New York City are still awaiting results after being tested for coronavirus.
Federal Crackdown On Flavored E-Cigarette Cartridge Sales Takes EffectThe crackdown aims to reduce vaping by young people.
Doctor Who Sounded The Alarm On Coronavirus Dies Of IllnessA Chinese doctor who was threatened by the government after he voiced concerns about the new coronavirus died from the illness early Friday, officials said.
American Heart Month: High-Tech Pumps To The RescueThe Impella pump works by drawing blood out of the heart and pushing it into the aorta.
NYC Health Officials: Potential Coronavirus Cases Back Up To 4arlier this week, the testing of one of three cases came back negative from the Centers for Disease Control. Then on Wednesday, the city announced that two additional cases had been identified.