‘Tis the season for year-end reflection. I imagine many of us are just as happy to put 2020 in our rear view mirror without further adieu. If that’s you, feel free to carry on your way with my blessing. For the rest of us, I have a few brief thoughts on what has transpired from the past 365 days and what we might fruitfully carry forward.
[W]e’ll keep things simple this week, especially in light of the holiday. Here are a few of the things from the domain of science that I am thankful for.
I was reminded recently that just about two years ago, I wrote about the centenary of the 1918-1919 influenza pandemic. … Now, two years later, we are in the midst of another global pandemic of a respiratory virus. I think maybe this time we might benefit from a look forward instead.
One topic at the intersection of COVID-19 updates and concern for racial justice is the distribution of vaccines.
After a holiday hiatus, I am resuming my “director’s cut” look at one of my weekly Facebook posts. Look for this feature on the last Wednesday of the month. The most discussed topic of the past month was mandatory flu vaccines for healthcare workers. In the midst of a more-severe-than-usual flu season, there have been […]