“How the pandemic laid bare America’s diabetes crisis.”
“The arguments made by today’s anti-vaxxers often echo those put forth by their nineteenth-century antecedents: claims of inefficacy, allegations of ghastly side effects, appeals to religion.”
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Meet Eric Feigl-Ding, the town crier of the COVID-19 pandemic.
“What happened with hydroxychloroquine was a debacle, but retelling the story might help avert the same kind of chaos next time around.”
Or, the newsletter in which I conclude that time is a flat circle.
One Republican offers a ray of light during these dark times: That this pandemic will end the Trump presidency.
Just read it. And go wash your hands.
Patrick Burleigh carried an extremely rare genetic mutation, which brought on puberty prematurely.
Steven Bedard, a former field biologist, travels around Bangladesh with a team of public health investigators studying Nipah, a bat-borne virus with the potential to become the next pandemic.