Magazines

How a Bizarre Claim About Masks Has Lived on for Months (10/09/20)
Health: We Need to Talk About Ventilation (07/30/20)
We’ll Be Wearing Things on Our Faces for a Long Time (05/22/20)

COVID-19 Long-Haulers (December 2020)

Prepared for a Pandemic (11/13/20)
Why Our Planet is a Breeding Ground for Emerging Diseases (05/04/20)
How to Stop the Next Pandemic Before It Starts (05/04/20)

Should I Travel to See My Family Over the Holidays? (11/05/20)

Steroid treatment for Covid-19 has NYC doctors cautiously optimistic (06/18/20)

The Forever Virus: A Strategy for the Long Fight Against COVID-19 (06/08/20)

Pfizer’s Covid-19 Vaccine Results Look Exciting—But Come With Big Warnings (11/10/20)
A Virologist Explains Why COVID-19 Coronavirus Isn't Really Dangerously Lingering On Surfaces For Weeks (04/07/20)

What the WHO report has found on the origins of COVID-19 (03/31/21)
China’s Exotic Farms May Be a Missing Link Behind the Pandemic’s Leap to People (03/25/21)
What the mink COVID-19 outbreaks taught us about pandemics (02/24/21)
The WHO Is Hunting for the Coronavirus’s Origins. Here Are the New Details. (11/06/20)
Why Misinformation about COVID-19’s Origins Keeps Going Viral (09/18/20)
To Find a Vaccine for COVID-19, Will We Have To Deliberately Infect People? (09/16/20)
What 'Airborne Coronavirus' Means, and How to Protect Yourself (08/11/20)
On the hunt for the next deadly virus (06/16/20)
How quieting "blood storms" could be key to treating severe COVID-19 (05/07/20)

There’s a Lot We Don’t Know About the Promising Covid Vaccine (11/09/20)

Virus Expert Says COVID Will 'Not Go Away' and Could Be Around for 'Rest of Our Lives' (11/26/20)

Why Antibody Tests May Not Be the Answer (04/16/20)

Does Door-Knocking Matter? (10/06/20)

There’s a dangerous virus brewing in pigs—but there’s no need to panic yet (07/23/20)

COVID-19 Is Surging. Donald Trump’s Response Is Shrinking (06/30/20)
Why Respectable Doctors Choose to Mix With Cranks and Quacks on Fox News (04/15/20)

Will a Small, Long-Shot U.S. Company End Up Producing the Best Coronavirus Vaccine? (11/03/20)
The pandemic virus is slowly mutating. But is it getting more dangerous? (07/14/20)

Seven Ways the Election Will Shape the Future of Science, Health, and the Environment (10/30/20)
To Spot Future Coronavirus Flare-Ups, Search the Sewers (06/30/20)

Montana's Virus Response Could Be Decided at the Polls (10/29/20)

(Audio: 56:03) Will Coronavirus End Like Contagion? (04/03/20)

2020 (Jan-Mar)

March 30, 2020: (Multiple Videos) Watch "Contagion" Stars Matt Damon and Kate Winslet Offer COVID-19 Advice (Rolling Stone)
March 27, 2020: The Coronavirus Nightmare Crippling New York Will Soon Be in Cities Nationwide (Rolling Stone)
March 25, 2020: Is Eating Takeout Food Safe During The Coronavirus Pandemic? (Forbes)
March 21, 2020: What I Learned About Coronavirus From Binge-watching 10 Hours of Virus Movies (Politico)
March 20, 2020: Why the Coronavirus Has Been So Successful (The Atlantic)
March 20, 2020: How Contagious is the New Coronavirus, and how Does it Compare to Flu and SARS? (Newsweek)
March 17, 2020: No, COVID-19 Coronavirus Was Not Bioengineered. Here's The Research That Debunks That Idea (Forbes)
March 11, 2020: What Will You Do If You Start Coughing? (The Atlantic)
March 9, 2020: A Local Guide to the Coronavirus (The New Yorker)
March 3, 2020: There Is A Drug Already Used in Japan Which May Treat COVID-19, Says New Study (March 3, 2020)
March 2, 2020: Coronavirus Is Loose in America. An Expert Explains Why You Shouldn't Panic (Rolling Stone)

February 18, 2020: Here's what coronavirus does to the body (National Geographic)
February 12, 2020: Epidemiologist Veteran of SARS and MERS Shares Coronavirus Insights after China Trip (Scientific American)
February 11, 2020: Labs scramble to spot hidden coronavirus infections (Science Magazine)
February 7, 2020: "I can't wait to hold my kids again": Life inside Wuhan's quarantine (National Geographic)
February 7, 2020: The U.S. Government Is Quarantining More Than 800 Americans. Here's Why That Very Rarely Happens (Time)
February 4, 2020: Did "Contagion" Predict Coronavirus? "It's Uncanny," Says Writer (The Hollywood Reporter)
February 3, 2020: The New Coronavirus Is a Truly Modern Epidemic (The Atlantic)

January 30, 2020: Talking to a Virologist About How Worried We Should Be About Coronavirus (New York Magazine)
January 30, 2020: (Video: 1:39) Viral Outbreaks Are Here to Stay. This Is How Humans Will Fight Back (Time)
January 28, 2020: We’re still not sure where the Wuhan coronavirus really came from (Popular Science)
January 24, 2020: Too Soon to Tell if New Virus as Dangerous as SARS Cousin (US News & World Report)
January 23, 2020: The timing of the Wuhan coronavirus could be a global-health nightmare (Popular Science)
January 22, 2020: New coronavirus can spread between humans-but it started in a wildlife market (National Geographic)
January 7, 2020: Cases of mysterious shrew-transmitted disease double (Science Magazine)

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2015

November 22, 2015: Is This Why You're Still So Tired? Chronic fatigue syndrome finally gets its due (The Oprah Magazine)

October 29, 2015: A Boost for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Research (The Atlantic)

September 22, 2015: The New Technique That Finds All Known Human Viruses in Your Blood (The Atlantic)

August 6, 2015: The Next Time (Nature)

May 11, 2015: Discovered a disease? WHO has new rules for avoiding offensive names (Science)

April 16, 2015: Yes, You Can Catch Insanity (Nautilus)

March 2, 2015: Plague-Associated Fleas Found on New York City Rats (Popular Science)

March 3, 2015: A Biological Basis for Chronic-Fatigue Syndrome (The Atlantic)

March 3, 2015: NYC Rats Are Even More Disgusting Than You Imagined (New York Magazine)

March 3, 2015: NYC Rats Harbor Plague Fleas (The Scientist)

March 2, 2015: NYC Rats Harbor Fleas That Can Transmit the Plague (Newsweek)

February 27, 2015: New Evidence of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome’s Biological Roots (New York Magazine)

February 27, 2015: Immune System Changes Tied to Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (US News & World Report)

February 17, 2015: A New Name, and Wider Recognition, for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (The New Yorker)

2014

October 22, 2014: US suspends risky disease research (Nature)

October 20, 2014: All Hands on Deck: A Design Challenge to Stop Ebola (The New Yorker)

October 15, 2014: Here Are The Diseases in NYC Rats (Time)

October 14, 2014: NYC Rats are Even More Disgusting Than We Thought (New York Magazine)

September 11, 2014: A Deadly Virus is Arrested in the Middle East (Nautilus)

August 15, 2014: Ebola: Fever Rising (The Economist)

August 4, 2014: The U.S. Is Sitting on Promising Ebola Vaccines (Newsweek)

May 23, 2014: Why a MERS Vaccine Won't Be Easy (National Geographic)

May 2, 2014: Deadly Middle East Virus in U.S. For First Time (Time)

Feburary 25, 2014: Camels in Saudi Arabia teeming with MERS virus (Nature)

February 25, 2014: Deadly MERS Virus Has Infected Camels at Least Since 1992 (Science)

2013

2012

September 18, 2012: The scientist who put the nail in the XMRV's coffin (Nature)

July 31, 2012: How Did Bird Flu Kill 162 Baby Seals? (The Atlantic)

July 31, 2012: A Bird Flu Spreads in Seals. Could Humans be Next (Time)

July 31, 2012: New "Seal Flu" Outbreak Could Pose Threat to Humans (US News & World Report)

April 4, 2012: Infectious Disease: Blowing in the Wind (Nature)

April 1, 2012: The Virus Hunter (Discover Magazine)

February 3, 2012: Flu Fighters (Discover Magazine)

January 10, 2012: Any Deadly Viruses to Declare? (Discover Magazine)

January 10, 2012: Autism Gastro Problems May be Linked to Gut Bacteria (US News & World Report)

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1999

October 18, 1999: West Nile Mystery (The New Yorker)