Group Brings Health Care To The Streets For Those Battling Addiction
The Corner Project is hoping to make a difference in its community by providing health care services to those who are battling addiction.
The Washington Heights Corner Project is taking a different route to helping those who engage in drug use. Instead of pushing them into rehab, the group works to keep people safe from the risks associated with their drug use. The Corner Project believes its controversial tactics are not only prolonging lives, but saving them.
Study examines whether pet exposure reduces childhood food allergies
There is growing evidence that exposure to dogs and cats could reduce the incidence of common food allergies for young children.
Judge's ruling could limit preventive care coverage
The judge blocked the requirement that most insurers cover some preventive care such as cancer screenings.
Do you still need a COVID-19 shot? WHO updates guidance
The World Health Organization says countries don't need to prioritize COVID-19 vaccines for certain groups, including children.
Families still don't know if relatives died in fire at migrant center
Mexican officials made arrests in connection to a fire that killed at least 39 migrants, but some families don't know if their relatives are dead.
Her dad is a Russian Air Force pilot, she’s an anti-Putin activist
A Russian woman in Chicago leads a group of fellow exiles against Putin and his war.
Why President Biden won't comment on Trump's indictment anytime soon
Commenting on the indictment of former President Donald Trump could have different political implications for President Joe Biden.