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Pubs are reopening but research shows contact tracing still isn’t working...

Donia Waseem, University of Bradford and Joseph Chen, Macquarie University Contact tracing is vital to supporting public safety during...

Vaccine guilt is good – as long it doesn’t stop you...

Elizabeth Lanphier, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine Over 100 million Americans have now received at least one dose...

The situation at the US-Mexico border is a crisis – but...

Randi Mandelbaum, Rutgers University The media create the impression that there is an unprecedented crisis at the U.S.-Mexico border,...

How can all schools safely reopen?

Brandon Guthrie, University of Washington The question of when and how to open schools for full in-person learning in...

How school lunch could improve when classrooms are full again

Jennifer Gaddis, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Caree J. Cotwright, University of Georgia; Christine C. Caruso, University of Saint Joseph, and Michael Long, George...

Tobacco killed 500,000 Americans in 2020 – is it time to...

Joshua M. Pearce, Michigan Technological University Tobacco use killed an estimated 500,000 Americans in 2020, about the same number...

This Passover, as in the past, will be a time to...

Samuel L. Boyd, University of Colorado Boulder Jewish families will gather for Passover this year in circumstances that will,...

A green tax on long-haul flights favours rich tourists. NZ needs...

Michael Lueck, Auckland University of Technology International tourism has clearly been hit hard by COVID-19. But despite the desperation...

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Top EPA advisers challenge long-standing air pollution science, threatening Americans’ health

Richard E. Peltier, University of Massachusetts Amherst Americans rely on the Environmental Protection Agency to set pollution control standards that protect their health. But on...