Saturday, August 06, 2022
Saturday Stories: Superbugs, Heart Disease, and Mythology
Maryn McKenna, in Wired, on the superbug surge the pandemic has fueled. Saima May Sidik, in Nature, on everything we now know about heart d...
Saturday, July 30, 2022
Saturday Stories: Those Clowns Said Whatnow, and Public Health
Orac, in Respectful Insolence, discusses John Ioannidis and Vinay Prasad and their latest edition of did they really actually write that? ...
Saturday, July 23, 2022
Saturday Stories: Dispatch From The ER, and What Comes After Omicron
Liza Agrba, in Macleans, interviews ER doc Kashif Pirzada on Canada's ER crisis. Kai Kupferschmidt, in Science, on what comes next afte...
Saturday, July 16, 2022
Saturday Stories: Variant Proof Vaccines, Whose Breath Are You Breathing, and BA.5
Hilda Bastien, in Absolutely Maybe, gives us a hopeful update on the state of variant proof Coronavirus vaccines Farah Hancock, in RNZ, with...
Saturday, July 09, 2022
Saturday Stories: Pretending and Multiwave Pandemics
Stephen Reicher, in The Guardian, explains how pretending we're doing with COVID will only make this pandemic last longer, it'll wea...
Saturday, July 02, 2022
Saturday Stories: What Now?
Ed Yong, in the Atlantic, ponders what we should be doing now ?
Saturday, June 25, 2022
Saturday Stories: Health-care Burnout and Rabbit Myxoma Virus
Jillian Horton, in The Toronto Star, on the realities of burnout in health-care Carl Zimmer, in The New York Times, discusses the evolving v...
Saturday, June 18, 2022
Saturday Stories: The New Variants And Long COVID's Potential Causes
Betsy Ladyzhets, in TIME, tells you what we currently know about the newest crop of variants that can reinfect even those who've alread...
Saturday, June 11, 2022
Saturday Story: Just One. You Don't Want Long COVID
Rob Chaney, in the Missoulian, on the failures of risk calculus and the misery that can cause.
Saturday, June 04, 2022
Saturday Stories: Again And Again, Undercounting, And Absolute Risk
Katherine J. Wu, in The Atlantic, on getting COVID again and again and again . Melody Schreiber, in The Guardian, on the dangers of actively...
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