City Council to hold first-ever remote stated meeting
Blood treatment was a bust for Craig Spencer. In 2014, Spencer became Patient Zero – New York City’s first Ebola patient. Outbreaks of Ebola, a rare but deadly virus, most commonly surface in sub-Saharan Africa.
News about tigers stunned the world earlier this month. And no, it’s not an episode of Tiger King. After Nadia, a four-year-old Malaysian tiger at the Bronx Zoo developed a dry cough and lost her appetite...
I think I speak for many in this neighborhood and throughout this great city when I say that the 7 p.m. clapping and noise-making sessions for our courageous healthcare heroes on the frontlines is the highlight of the day, every day. This simple act of stopping whatever you are doing and showing appreciation for those real-life superheroes...Read More »
When Governor Andrew Cuomo ordered New York businesses to shut down due to the coronavirus pandemic, the edict also shuttered community-based organizations providing essential services throughout the city.
As COVID-19 remains top of mind, more people are turning to scientists and researchers to understand how they can prevent the spread of the virus at home.Microbiologist Bryan Gibb, Ph.D. has been following the spread of SARS-CoV-2, the virus responsible for COVID-19.
Now is one of those times. The only way forward is solidarity. Only by leaning on each other can we prevail against the pandemic. Last week, one of the greatest soul singers of all time, Bill Withers, made his transition. He left behind a legacy that resonates even more today as we confront this malady that has upended the world as we know it.Read More »