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COVID’s fourth wave is on the way—and younger people could be most at risk
Here's what you need to know this week.
What the 1918 flu pandemic can teach us about COVID-19, in four charts
One of the biggest pandemics in recent history shows the importance of social distancing.
Legionnaires’ disease is totally preventable, but surprisingly deadly
There's been a big uptick in cases over the last decade.
We’re finally studying how to combat the anti-vax movement, but the methods may surprise you
Researchers are beginning to understand how to talk to parents who are concerned about vaccines.
We’re barreling toward a 25-year measles record
A regularly-updated resource to keep you informed.
Measles isn’t done, and these U.S. counties are at risk
Scientists predicted this measles surge—and the next outbreaks.
Measles is an early warning sign for outbreaks of more serious diseases
We never achieved the vaccination levels necessary to prevent outbreaks.
The MMR vaccine covers mumps and rubella, too. Are outbreaks of these next?
Measles is all we really have to worry about—for now.
Scientists predicted the current measles outbreaks a year ago
It should be no surprise that dense population centers with low vaccination rates would get outbreaks.
Why measles is back, in five charts
Both coasts are currently battling measles outbreaks.