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Fauci says Americans should get vaccinated even if Merck’s COVID pill cuts deaths

“Many of those deaths were unavoidable but many, many are avoidable, were avoidable and will in the future be avoidable,” Fauci, who is also director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said on CNN’s “State the Union.” Fauci was enthusiastic about the development of the new Merck antiviral pill, describing it as… Read More »

Early Native Americans ‘undervalued’ as ‘sophisticated’ engineers

A few millennia later, there is still much to learn about remarkably advanced early civilizations, particularly the indigenous peoples of North America. A new study sheds light on the “sophisticated” engineering work by early Native Americans at the World Heritage Site at Poverty Point in northern Louisiana. Though they were originally presumed to be a… Read More »

Americans’ Views on Food Have Been Re-Shaped by the Pandemic: Think Security, Immunity, and Sustainability

As vaccinations jabbed into peoples’ arms in the U.S. continue to immunize health citizens from contracting the coronavirus, millions of folks are looking forward to getting back inside restaurants to enjoy meals out, as well as un-masking when grocery shopping. But people in the U.S. love their food both outside and inside the home: about… Read More »

Most Americans probably won’t be able to get a Covid-19 vaccine until mid-2021, CDC director says

“Those who are vaccine hesitant have had their hesitancy enhanced by a variety of things that are happening right now, particularly the unfortunate mix of science and politics,” Collins said at an event hosted by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine. A recent poll from the Kaiser Family Foundation found that more than… Read More »