The United States has undergone a cultural, definitional, practical shift on guns and what they are for.
After 9/11, as our defenses against international and bioterrorism hardened, our defenses against infectious diseases shrank. By the time a deadly virus arrived on our shores last year, nearly two-thirds of Americans were living in counties that spend more than twice as much on policing as they spend on public health.
President Joe Biden may want to continue the previous administration’s efforts to lower drug prices and make medical costs transparent.
Living through SARS taught my children important lessons, and not just about hygiene. It taught them how to make sacrifices for the sake of friends, family and community.
When hospital administrators and politicians’ spouses get immunized before people more at risk, it undermines confidence in the system.
There are already signs that the distribution of the COVID vaccines will be messy, confusing and chaotic.
Our public messaging about the virus should explain the real costs — in graphic terms — of catching the virus.
In a new interview, the nation’s top infectious disease expert tells us how to survive the coming months and describes how hard it is when people still insist the coronavirus outbreak is “fake news.”
To stop the coronavirus, we need to stop super-spreader events.
Son lugares de alto riesgo de propagación. ¿Por qué no compensar a los propietarios para que cierren sus negocios para proteger la salud pública?