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Messenger RNA (mRNA) shots , man on the moon and whatever pandemic comes next don’t repeat the past. Waning immunity and viral evolution allow new strains of RSV to sweep across the planet each year. If SARS-CoV-2 follows this… Read More

England

There is a tidal wave of Omicron coming, which has the potential to cause significant disruption In populations with low levels of immunity. With mile-long lines at the gas stations, empty supermarket shelves, soaring prices, and nothing working,… Read More

Pandemic

The Twitter dialog regarding Covid-19 can show social media and the internet at their best. With some of the top experts in the world telling us directly how the pandemic is evolving. One of the most critical aspects… Read More

Samenleving

World celebrates Christmas 2021. A giant sand sculpture of Santa Claus appeared on the beach at Bay of Bengal in India’s eastern Odisha state. If Covid-19 has taught us anything, it is that a whole-of-society approach is needed… Read More

Immune System

Fighting coronavirus is something your immune system has to learn. Why do boosters work if two doses struggle? Monoclonal antibodies to impair the virus’ ability to invade human cells, slowing down infection. How effective they will be is… Read More

Telehealth

One of the most frustrating parts of healthcare as a patient is when I want to see a doctor and have to re-explain and re-enter everything, every single time. Digital first strategies shaping healthcare. Texting saved lives during… Read More

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