Iris Meda Came Out Of Retirement To Teach Nursing. She Died Of COVID-19 After Exposure From Student
The 70 year old had retired from nursing in January, but as the coronavirus spread, she felt her skills could be useful in teaching future nurses how to care for the affected. In October, one of those students unwittingly exposed her to the virus.
AIDS Activist Group Co-Founder?Reflects On World AIDS Day, Progress Made Since The 1980s
Nearly 40 years after HIV/AIDS was first detected, more than 30 million have died.
'A Bridge To The Vaccine': Restaurant Rapid Tests Guests, Employees For COVID-19 Before Entering
One New York City restaurant is testing employees and guests before they're allowed into the dining room.
'Saint Maker' Chronicles Journey To Canonize War Hero?Father Emil Kapaun
Father Emil Kapaun always knew he wanted to be a Catholic priest. He accomplished that goal and also became one of the most decorated Army chaplains in America.
Candidates Vie For Head Of Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee
The two leading contenders,?Rep. Tony Cárdenas of California and Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney of New York, join us.
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