The CDC mostly stopped tracking COVID-19 in vaccinated people, also known as breakthrough cases, unless the illness led to hospitalization or death.Read More
Doctors offer parents back-to-school advice for students who are taking in-person classes and participating in extracurricular activities during the pandemic.Read More
Systemic racism and poverty have left rural Black women at high risk for COVID-19 so they...Read More
A survivor of domestic violence, stroke, four types of cancer, pneumonia and heart disease has said goodbye to her loved ones a few times, but she’s still here and fighting by faith.Read More
Expectant mothers with the virus had a 50% higher chance of being admitted to intensive care and a 70% higher chance of being intubated than nonpregnant women in their childbearing years, according to the CDC.Read More
Inequality Is an Underlying COVID-19 Risk Factor
African Americans are contracting the coronavirus at an alarming rate, accounting for up to 70% of deaths in some areas. Is there hope? Yes, there are things that we can do, Dr. Melissa Clark explains. Click here to read.