Omicron has fueled a rapid surge in cases globally. We asked a team of virologists and immunologists from the University of Colorado Boulder to answer pressing questions.
Will 2022 be the year where the world economy recovers from the pandemic? That’s the big question that everyone is thinking about as the new year begins.
Jeffrey F. Barken provides perspective on the current state of affairs, especially for Millennials weathering first a recession and now a pandemic, and looks to the future.
The WHO is “concerned” about the Omicron variant, and some scientists have described it as “the most worrying we’ve seen.” What we know, so far.
People who try to make you believe something that isn’t true, or to doubt something that is true, use strategies that seek to manipulate you. Here are five to look out for.
Though death is symbolically present in Halloween, it’s also a time to celebrate life. It draws from mixed emotions that resonate even more during the COVID-19 era.
While doomscrolling has become a ubiquitous part of COVID, here’s how to make your social media a happier, less damaging place.
In his column, “Licking Things in a Grocery Store,” Matthew Reddin looks at the recent sentencing of a Texas man to 15 months in federal prison for a hoax he posted.
Chad M. Christensen’s newest Boy With Shovel column, “The Misfits (Let’s Abort Texas),” is about the current state of affairs, shady politicians, and Texas.
Corie Skolnick’s latest Communiqués From Geezerville column is about (mis)adventures during COVID and defining the word “active” in an “active 55+ community.”