Studies have been small and often not great. The best info so far says don’t use it, get vaccinated, and hang in there for the more promising meds being tested.
Requiring people to get their shots can stop Covid-19, but those rules have to be doable and equitable.
Last week, Texas health care policymakers discussed taking vaccination status into account for Covid triage. It’s a larger conversation ethicists are bracing for.
Shannon Mattern’s new book ‘A City Is Not a Computer’ digs into the data, dashboards, and language that keep people from building better, safer communities.
Small distilleries like Empirical Spirits are working on uncategorizable drinks made of stuff like plum pits, for the resilient quaff of tomorrow.
In a warped version of international cooperation, the Games could provide a place for variants of the virus to spread and then return home with athletes.
From the fallen Champlain Tower to climate change, humans haven’t yet learned to avoid catastrophes they know are coming.
The New York City mayoral race could show whether a new way of measuring voter desires can actually be an alternate timeline for democracy.
Ooh, the behavioral economists are going to be so smug about this.
Scientists almost never say they’re sure, and it could take years to pin down the pandemic’s origins. Until then: People are trying to scare you.