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Doctors, Researchers Say Virus Will Be Around for Foreseeable Future 
September 8, 2022
The COVID-19 virus was discovered in December 2019 in Wuhan, China. To date, over 90 million cases have been recorded and more than 1 million Americans have died from the disease. After more than two years, COVID-19 doesn’t look like it’s going away.   ... read more »
New Study: COVID-19 Numbers Surged For Children
May 11, 2022
Through the winter, children and teenagers were affected tremendously by the omicron variant with antibodies detected in 75% of the largely unvaccinated population. ... read more »
Debt Relief Mindfully
March 24, 2022
With COVID-19 in affect for over two years, health professionals have been put to extraordinary tests. ... read more »
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Barack Obama Receives Outpouring of Love After Announcing Positive COVID Test
March 14, 2022
Former President Barack Obama announced on Sunday, March 13, that he tested positive for COVID-19. ... read more »
LA Pride Set to Return June 12
March 3, 2022
The LA Pride Parade, canceled for the past two years, is returning and taking a new route in the community where the movement started. ... read more »
Exploring Mental Health Effects of COVID-19 on African Americans
March 2, 2022
As Black History Month 2022 winds down, I find myself doing a mental assessment regarding how much progress we have truly made regarding addressing health disparities, especially as it relates to mental health, which now has everyone carrying more awareness and possibly less stigma. ... read more »
As Mandates End, State, Counties Unmask With Caution
February 16, 2022
 On Tuesday, Feb. 15, the statewide indoor mask mandate for vaccinated Californians expired.    ... read more »
LA County Sees Another Big Drop in COVID Hospitalizations
February 10, 2022
The number of COVID-positive patients in Los Angeles County hospitals has plunged below 3,000, falling to 2,841, according to the latest state numbers. ... read more »
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Trial in Kobe Bryant Crash Scene Photos Lawsuit Delayed Until July
February 10, 2022
Citing a backlog of criminal cases and coronavirus concerns, a federal judge has postponed the trial on a lawsuit brought by Kobe Bryant's widow against Los Angeles County involving photos taken at the scene of the helicopter crash that took the lives of the NBA legend, the couple's 13-year-old daughter and seven others. ... read more »
WATCH: Black Money Matters Ep.1
January 27, 2022
Financial Wisdom coming from Special Guest Diedra Porche, Managing Director at JP Morgan Chase's Market Leadership Team, Los Angeles . Hosted by Danny Bakewell Jr., EVP of the Los Angeles Sentinel & LA Watts Times. ... read more / watch video »
Six Things to Know About Omicron’s Risks on the Job 
January 27, 2022
Look no further than your favorite restaurant, your kid’s school or your local hospital to see the effect of California’s latest bout of infections.  ... read more »
Businesses React to Ruling Against Biden Vaccine Mandate
January 14, 2022
For companies that were waiting to hear from the U.S. Supreme Court before deciding whether to require vaccinations or regular coronavirus testing for workers, the next move is up to them. ... read more »
COVID-19 Pill Rollout Stymied by Shortages as Omicron Rages
January 14, 2022
Two brand-new COVID-19 pills that were supposed to be an important weapon against the pandemic in the U.S. are in short supply and have played little role in the fight against the omicron wave of infections. ... read more »
LA County Reports Another 40,000-Plus COVID Cases; Hospital Number Up Again
January 14, 2022
Another 40,000-plus cases of COVID-19 were reported in Los Angeles County today as the easily transmitted Omicron variant of the virus continued to make its impact felt, particularly in hospitals, where patient numbers continue to rise. According to state figures, there were 4,257 COVID-positive people in county hospitals as of Friday, up from 4,175 on Thursday. A total of 600 of those patients were being treated in intensive care, up from 586 a day earlier. ... read more »
The Biden Administration to Begin Distributing At-Home, Rapid COVID-19 Tests to Americans for Free
January 14, 2022
Testing is an important tool to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19. Public health experts and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommend that Americans use at-home tests if they begin to have symptoms, at least five days after coming in close contact with someone who has COVID-19, or are gathering indoors with a group of people who are at risk of severe disease or unvaccinated. ... read more »
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