How to Reopen Colleges Safely During COVID-19

Despite dire warnings this summer from public health experts, over a third of U.S. colleges and universities went full steam ahead with reopening, saying they had no choice due to… Read more

An Exit Interview With the Pandemic-Era CDC Director

Dr. Rochelle Walensky became director of the U.Sคำพูดจาก สล็อตเว็บตรง. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in January 2021, a fraught time in the country’s public health response to the… Read more

A Rare Bacterial Disease Is Rising

NEW YORK — U.S. health officials are warning of an increase in rare bacterial illnesses than can lead to meningitis and possible death. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention… Read more

FDA- Pfizer-BioNTech Vaccine Doesn’t Need Ultra-Cold Storage

When Pfizer-BioNTech’s vaccine became the first authorized for use in the U.S., the good news came with a catch: the vaccine, the first of its kind using a new mRNA-based… Read more

How Some COVID-Cautious Experts Are Celebrating Thanksgiving

America’s third pandemic Thanksgiving may feel like the most normal holiday gathering in a while. AAA expects travel over the long weekend to reach 98% pre-pandemic levels, with an estimated… Read more

Asia’s Bedbug Crisis

They’re a global nightmare. First they haunted Paris last month, before panic over potential outbreaks gripped Europe and the U.S. Now, bedbugs are terrifying a number of countries in Asia,… Read more

Grief Camps Help Kids Affected by Suicide

One by one, children toss notecards into the flames, each one bearing the name of a loved one lost to suicide: fathers, mothers, brothers, sisters. Each card makes the fire… Read more

Texas Could Be the World’s Clean Energy Capital—If It Wants

Bobby Tudor made a fortune in fracking. The clean-cut financier opened shop in 2007 and spent the next 10 years backing large-scale projects in West Texas, supercharging one of history’s… Read more
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