A pelican suspected to have died from H5N1 avian influenza on a beach in Peru in December.Credit…Ernesto Benavides/Agence France-Presse, via Getty Images
Why are so many Americans dying right now?
According to one tabulation by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 300,000 additional Americans have died over the past three years whom we would not have expected to in more normal times. David Wallace-Wells Link to full article in The New...
It ain’t over till it’s over…but it’s never over — emerging and reemerging infectious diseases
Dr. Anthony Fauci reflects on his career and the future of infectious disease.
Get ready for the Forever Plague
While Omicron’s subvariants find new ways to evade vaccines and destabilize immune systems, another pandemic has overwhelmed officials who are supposed to be in charge of public health.
Innovation and crisis: Is our fight against COVID-19 a critical juncture?
The COVID-19 pandemic is widely seen as a potential turning point after which almost everything could be different. But how much?
Resilience: Living beyond fear with the Coronavirus
The first thing to overcome with the coronavirus is fear.
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A framework for understanding the COVID-19 crisis & preparing for what is next
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