Here’s what you need to know about the pandemic this week.
In Colorado, a woman released at the height of COVID-19 finds resilience.
Americans have unrealistic expectations of how COVID-19 vaccines should be made.
Today’s generation is the first to be completely tracked online. The social and political consequences of this transformation could hit families hard.
If cases get worse, the state’s shortage of doctors could become a real problem.
Elizabeth Ellis keeps her community healthy, and her community keeps the clinic running.
Due to the pandemic, an estimated 50 million children missed polio vaccines this year.
We got a lot of cool stuff done in space. And of course, there’s the pandemic.
You’ll need a prescription to buy it.
From a backlog in benefits to overcrowded retirement homes, the pandemic has laid bare many problems with veterans' care.
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