As a race, we humans often fall prey to tendencies that distort our view of dangers.
The coronavirus has begun to insinuate itself into every social interaction we have, even the most glancing ones.
The pandemic has forced many of us to work remotely, either part or full time. And judging from a recent survey, most people are in no hurry to return to their prepandemic work habits.
As we take our initial, halting steps toward reopening, it’s difficult to imagine what that new normal will look like.
Cancer remains a daunting foe. But the odds of surviving this terrible disease should continue to improve.
With the New Year came the announcement that drug prices for the year had climbed an average of 5.8%. No big surprise, right? But the devil is in the details. And the key detail is this: The year in question is 2020, not 2019. That’s right, it’s not even February, and already this year drugmakers […]