NYC Has Left People With Long COVID Behind
Living with long COVID in NYC means living an increasingly lonely existence.
CityMD Will Back Down on COVID-Test Billing, Attorney General Says
A letter from the New York Attorney General's office says the medical clinic chain will stop hounding people who received COVID tests for payment, and will reimburse those who have already paid.
‘We Want More Than Just Empty Promises’: Why Montefiore Nurses Are Preparing to Strike
Nurses say they are burned out, and patient care is suffering. Hospital management says they are unable to "operationalize" the nurse's requests.
East Village’s Beloved Essex Card Shop Reopens After Devastating Fire
The store, like its owners, has shown serious resiliency.
A Hallucinatory Journey to Find Out Why CityMD Wants to Keep Charging Me For COVID Tests From 2020
"It's gonna be the same flat fee of $300"
‘I Can’t Afford to Give Up Hope’: NYC Enters the Post-Roe Era
"We have to imagine a better future for everyone."
A Day in the Life of a NYC Abortion Clinic: ‘We Just Keep Working. And We Keep Doing What We Have to Do’
"We’ll rise up to it. But it’s hard."
Dr. Jay Varma: ‘What Discourages Me the Most is the Lack of Political Will’
The former COVID advisor to Mayor Bill de Blasio talks about what the City should be doing right now, and what to make of getting COVID three times a year.
Baby Formula Shortage: The Latest NYC Pandemic Parenting Nightmare
Parents and childcare workers are stepping up to distribute extra food to people who need it.