A small number of people and events are responsible for most virus transmission – that is why tracing them is so vital, say Kyra Grantz and Justin Lessler of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
John DupuisUnderstanding how ‘overdispersion’ works is key to controlling Covid | Kyra Grantz and Justin Lessler | Opinion | The Guardian
President Trump mockingly warned at his rally in Nevada late Sunday that Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden would “listen to the scientists” if elected and there would be more lockdowns to curb the spread of the COVID-19.
John DupuisTrump: Biden will 'listen to the scientists' if elected
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Food photographers employ all manner of disgusting tricks to make junky pancakes and fast food burgers look irresistibly mouthwatering.
It took the coronavirus pandemic to open our eyes to the deplorable state of so many of the nation's long-term care homes: the inhumane conditions, overworked and underpaid staff, and lack of oversight. In this timely new book, esteemed health...
How the world’s greatest public health organization was brought to its knees by a virus, the president and the capitulation of its own leaders, causing damage that could last much longer than the coronavirus.