Months into the pandemic, we’re finally getting a real debate over the right way to fight the virus.
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Our secret weapon against COVID-19 could be cold, hard cash.
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Wet markets should be made safer, not driven underground.
"The thread caused some concern & we would like to clarify."
Trump isn't absolved of his own failures in confronting the pandemic, but the WHO's response to the coronavirus destroyed much of its credibility and damaged the field of public health.
The WHO Helped Spread Chinese Communist Lies About COVID-19. Now It's Lecturing People About Drinking During Quarantine.
The WHO arguably failed at its most basic mission of stopping the spread of a global pandemic, but it's still willing to hector people about their drinking habits.
"We have deep concerns whether America's generosity has been put to the best use possible."
They ignored early warning signs and pretended that everything would be OK.
DIY manufacturers scramble to reduce shortages, as public health officials send mixed messages about the efficacy of broader use.
The biotech entrepreneur and Silicon Valley visionary wants mandatory quarantines and a "digital Dunkirk" rescue operation.
Efforts to control the flow of information fail, but they muddle the quality of what people share in defiance of the censors.
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I was a gay teen in the 1980s, hiding from a terrifying world in an arcade. The WHO's push to uniquely pathologize gaming won't help people like me.
The United Nations' public health agency achieves consensus through mass detentions and media censorship.
WHO's proposal that countries enact steep fees globally is wrong and unjustified.
Roundup "unlikely to pose a carcinogenic risk to humans"
World Health Organization is fighting to bar children from seeing smoking in films without a guardian. As far as Zika virus goes, there is plenty of international coordinating to do.