How COVID-19 Is Affecting Assault Survivors Seeking Care
In New York, fewer people who have experienced sexual assault or rape have sought forensic exams at hospitals during the pandemic. But advocates suggest that’s not evidence of declining sexual violence.
The Financial Toll of COVID-19 Deaths
Organizations in New York City have stepped in to help families with funeral costs and related matters in communities hit hard by the disease, but their money and resources are strained.
Black Women Have Long Faced Racism in Healthcare. COVID-19 Is Only Amplifying It.
A Brooklyn teacher tried three times to get treatment for the coronavirus. Now she’s fighting for her life.
Philadelphia Trauma Center Closure Could Mean More Shooting Deaths—And Tough-on-Crime Talk
Research shows access to a trauma center is critical after a shooting. But as gun deaths are rising in Philly, one trauma center has closed. Experts say a rise in homicides may prompt more policing.