Heart failure affects roughly 5.7 million Americans and that’s why doctors at the University of Virginia are working on a therapy to improve the quality of life for their patients suffering from this disease.
The Virginia Department of Health says it is safest to quarantine for 14 days if you test positive for COVID-19 or if you were in close contact with someone who did, but that is difficult if you’re living in a house with family or roommates.
The University of Virginia School of Nursing says the program saw a significant increase in applicants this year. That, while a student group is seeking to increase the amount of diversity in years to come.
The violence that took place in our nation’s capital last week stunned many. Now, the director of Presidential Studies at the UVA Miller Center is weighing in on the people who stormed the U.S. Capitol.
The first thing on many minds after the COVID-19 vaccination is seeing loved ones again, perhaps even hugging them. Experts with Virginia’s Department of Health say visitation at retirement homes is unlikely to happen for a while.
The Blue Ridge Health District breaks down who will be next in line for the vaccine, but says there are still many uncertainties about when the transition to the next phase of the vaccine roll-out will start.
Five Charlottesville women, who wrote a petition urging the Charlottesville City Council to bring back former City Manager Tarron Richardson, convened at the Freedom Wall in downtown Charlottesville to share their message.
Charlottesville City Council spent five hours in a closed emergency session Friday, trying to get a handle on a recent turnover in leadership. This comes after deputy city manager Letitia Shelton resigned 24 hours prior.
The airing of “Jeopardy!” on Wednesday, Jan. 6, was preempted due to breaking news of the riot at the U.S. Capitol. NBC29 will air the episode, one of the final episodes of Alex Trebek, today at 4:30 p.m.