The pandemic upended our lives. Is there anything we can learn from the experience?
- May 12, 2021Source: Nature
Communication breakdown among the World Health Organization, national leaders and the public caused the pandemic to explode in February 2020, investigation says.
- May 11, 2021
Media, Myths and Medicine in the Coronavirus Era
- May 10, 2021Source: YaleMedicine
Checking your numbers is important, especially during the pandemic, Yale doctors say.
- May 10, 2021
Covid-19: Studies Indicate Pfizer-BioNTech Vaccine Protects Against the Most Severe Outcomes of Some Virus VariantsSource: The New York Times
The Biden administration on Wednesday came out in support of waiving intellectual property protections for Covid-19 vaccines, a breakthrough for international efforts to suspend patent rules as the pandemic rages in India and South America.
- May 07, 2021Source: Best Life
If Your Vaccine Side Effects Last This Long, Get a COVID Test, Doctor Says
- May 07, 2021Source: CT Post
As Connecticut nears 70 percent of its adult population who have received at least one COVID-19 dose — a goal set for the nation to reach by July — the state for the first time on Friday released a detailed view of “breakthrough” infections.
- May 06, 2021Source: Foreign Policy
U.S. President Joe Biden is winning widespread praise from health experts for endorsing a six-month-old proposal to waive the pharmaceutical industry’s intellectual property (IP) rights on COVID-19 vaccines. But several questions remain, including how quickly Wednesday’s decision will translate to more vaccines in the developing world and whether other rich countries will join the United States in supporting Biden’s plan.
- May 06, 2021Source: STAT
With the number of Americans receiving Covid-19 vaccines each week starting to decline, it’s time to pull out the stops to reach those who are willing to be vaccinated but haven’t yet been able to do so. Enlisting dollar stores as vaccination sites is one way to make vaccines more widely and equitably available.
- May 06, 2021Source: The New York Times
Robin Harper, an administrative assistant at a preschool on Martha’s Vineyard, grew up showering every day.