Amidst all the talk about herd immunity, how to get there and whether we will, I wanted to explore what happens after we reach it.
If you’ve got some open road ahead of you, fill it with science and faith podcasting!
If weight tells us something about population health differences, why doesn’t it work as well for individual health differences?
Racial categories correlate with a number of health outcomes. Are we helping to redress health disparities by including these categories in treatment assessments, or perpetuating them?
In science, sometimes the result of an experiment is realizing a better way to answer the same question. Last week we found a neutral road to complexity, and also a possible way in which we might have tilted the scales away from simplicity. This week we see how to correct for that bias and find yet another scenario in which complexity increases.