"It’s more like a head cold,” a parent was reportedly told by a district official.
She speaks on that "horrible" episode, and how it forced her to put work on the back burner to prioritize wellness.
After going public in his search for a donor, his son stepped up to make the ultimate sacrifice.
"We urge that you continue to keep them in your prayers."
"We cannot excuse the suffering of marginalized people as a matter of fate; it is a matter of political will," says Ashley Shelton, executive director of the Power Coalition for Equality and Justice.
Spelman College Faculty Who Boycotted In-Class Teaching Over COVID-19 Safety Concerns Return to Campus
Faculty returned to campus after concerns over in-class teaching in the pandemic.
Amber Kemp-Gerstel shares advice for families navigating the return to in-person learning.
COVID-19, which has symptoms of high fever, headache and extreme body aches, is sadly still making its way through Hollywood.
The FBI “has warned the public that buying, selling, or using a counterfeit COVID-19 vaccination card is a crime.”
Women's organizations, including group of WNBA players, launch “Take the Shot for the WIN” campaign to educate about vaccines as cases surge.
The popular festival was rescheduled for October 2021, but is now canceled this year due to concerns about COVID-19 Delta variant.
"When he got sick and went to the hospital, COVID was waiting for him."
CDC now recommends that people in areas with "high" or "substantial" COVID-19 transmission resume wearing masks indoors, which are nearly two-thirds of US counties.
EXCLUSIVE: Senior Advisor to the White House COVID-19 Response Team, Dr. Marcella Nunez-Smith, Shares Medical Insight for Black Women, Communities of Color
Associate Dean, Professor, and Director of the Equity Research and Innovation Center at Yale University, Nunez-Smith shares what we should know right now about COVID-19.
As people of color have disproportionately died from the coronavirus disease, the Black Women’s Health Imperative is working to improve vaccination rates for Black women and communities of color.
The Difference Between Cleaning And Disinfecting Your Home And Why Experts Say You Should Still Be Doing Both
"Now is the time to normalize the behaviors we should have been doing all along..."
The former First Lady, working with the BCAC is using her voice to motivate those still waiting or skeptical to get vaccinated.
If caught, perpetrators could face up to five years in prison and pay a fine.