All of this will happen again.
Even now, the coronavirus is killing three times as many people as the flu.
Is this what normal now looks like?
Brain fog isn’t like a hangover or depression. It’s a disorder of executive function that makes basic cognitive tasks absurdly hard.
The pandemic forced me to communicate differently.
Prepare yourself for a lifetime of fall vaccine campaigns.
The Communist Party’s real priority is protecting itself, not the public.
The forthcoming “commercialization” of COVID-19 treatment will create major challenges.
“Vaccines are super important, but they can’t do this job alone.”
The agency I used to lead is beset by slowness, impracticality, and lack of strategic thinking—but its mission is too essential to abandon.
Declaring victory over a disease is easier than meeting survivors’ needs.
For much of the pandemic, Americans put off nonemergency health care. That could haunt us for years to come.
Everyone will probably gain something from the updated vaccines. Here’s how to make the most of it.
New boosters that target Omicron may be our most important COVID vaccines since 2020—but the U.S. may be setting up the new shots to fail.
A year after he was banned, Alex Berenson sued his way back. Are more lawsuits coming?
COVID still threatens to hospitalize or disable me, but I’m done putting my life on pause.
The pandemic’s lockdowns and school closures put parents under unprecedented pressure—and moms, not dads, took the strain.
The CDC’s latest COVID guidelines are the closest the nation’s leaders have come to saying the coronavirus crisis is done.
History is a long series of moral abominations.
If the virus is in your house, you can still escape it.