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.
The fall equinox is upon us and, as the seasons change, Nancy Townsley reflects on her summer spent connecting with friends during these COVID times.
Remembering 9/11, twenty years later, Nancy Townsley reflects on where she was on that day and ponders other tragedies in American history, past and present.
Either you’re fully vaccinated by now or you’ve decided against it (or you’re under 12). For the unvaccinated, read Nancy Townsley’s reasons to just go get the vaccine already.
Benjamin Vogt examines what is at the core of the division and tumult of these times: an inability to process grief. And the pandemic has delivered plenty of it.
If you are fully vaccinated and start displaying signs of an illness that are also symptoms of COVID, you might wonder: Should I still get tested for COVID-19?
While emergency use authorization gets vaccines out to the public more quickly, it doesn’t skip any steps that full FDA approval requires.
Urging some folks to finally get vaccinated against COVID is akin to pleading with smokers to stop smoking, Nancy Townsley examines the comparison.
Vaccines have successfully curtailed viral diseases for decades. But as COVID-19 vaccination hesitancy shows, mistrust and misinformation continue to put lives at risk.
Matthew Reddin launches a new column on The Big Smoke called Hello America, From Australia, offering an outsider’s perspective on events happening here in America.