COVID-19 Long-Haulers (Chicago Medical Society)

Virus Expert Says COVID Will 'Not Go Away' and Could Be Around for 'Rest of Our Lives' (Newsweek)
There’s a Lot We Don’t Know About the Promising Covid Vaccine (New Republic)
Prepared for a Pandemic (Columbia University Magazine)
Pfizer’s Covid-19 Vaccine Results Look Exciting—But Come With Big Warnings (Forbes)
The WHO Is Hunting for the Coronavirus’s Origins. Here Are the New Details. (National Geographic)
Should I Travel to See My Family Over the Holidays? (Conde Nast Travler)
Will a Small, Long-Shot U.S. Company End Up Producing the Best Coronavirus Vaccine? (Science Magazine)

Seven Ways the Election Will Shape the Future of Science, Health, and the Environment (Scientific America)
Montana's Virus Response Could Be Decided at the Polls (US News and World Report)
How a Bizarre Claim About Masks Has Lived on for Months (The Atlantic)
Does Door-Knocking Matter? (The New Yorker)

Why Misinformation about COVID-19’s Origins Keeps Going Viral (National Geographic)
To Find a Vaccine for COVID-19, Will We Have To Deliberately Infect People? (National Geographic)

What 'Airborne Coronavirus' Means, and How to Protect Yourself (National Geographic)

Health: We Need to Talk About Ventilation (The Atlantic)
There’s a dangerous virus brewing in pigs—but there’s no need to panic yet (Popular Science)
The pandemic virus is slowly mutating. But is it getting more dangerous? (Science Magazine)

COVID-19 Is Surging. Donald Trump’s Response Is Shrinking (Rolling Stone)
To Spot Future Coronavirus Flare-Ups, Search the Sewers (Scientific American)
Steroid treatment for Covid-19 has NYC doctors cautiously optimistic (Crain's)
On the hunt for the next deadly virus (National Geographic)

We’ll Be Wearing Things on Our Faces for a Long Time (The Atlantic)
How quieting "blood storms" could be key to treating severe COVID-19 (National Geographic)
Why Our Planet is a Breeding Ground for Emerging Diseases (Columbia Magazine)
How to Stop the Next Pandemic Before It Starts (Columbia Magazine)

Why Antibody Tests May Not Be the Answer (New York Magazine)
Why Respectable Doctors Choose to Mix With Cranks and Quacks on Fox News (Rolling Stone)
A Virologist Explains Why COVID-19 Coronavirus Isn't Really Dangerously Lingering On Surfaces For Weeks (Forbes)
(Audio: 56:03) Will Coronavirus End Like Contagion? (Vanity Fair)

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

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

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






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)


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)



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)




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