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Courtesy Courtney SmithBy KATIE KINDELAN, ABC News (NEW YORK) — Courtney Smith credits a diagnosis of pre-diabetes with changing the course of her life. Smith, 40, of Houston, was motivated by the diagnosis two years ago to
Nicole and Andrew OsterhoutBy NICOLE PELLETIERE, ABC News (ALBANY, N.Y.) — A New York couple is now proud parents to a baby boy after coronavirus put a pause on their in vitro fertilization plans. Nicole and Andrew
Brown FamilyBy SABINA GHEBREMEDHIN and NICOLE PELLETIERE, ABC News (CHICAGO) — A family is searching for answers after they said their loved one, a 31-year-old mother of three, died one week after testing positive for novel coronavirus.
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public HealthBy ERIN SCHUMAKER, ABC News (NEW YORK) — A five-hour online course created by Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health could become the backbone of the country’s contact tracer training
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai(NEW YORK) — BY: MEREDITH DELISO LSA Family Health Service needs face masks. The nonprofit employs frontline workers through its visiting nurse service and weekly food pantry in Manhattan’s East Harlem.
iStock/koto_fejaBy: KELLY MCCARTHY, ABC News (LEBANON, N.H.) — With personal protective equipment that hides her smile and muffles what used to be effortless communication, one nurse came up with a unique solution to help her coworkers and