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  • The Kerr Report
    by Jon J. Kerr
    Playbook Of The Uninformed: Emotion Over Facts
    13 Apr 2021 • 4 min read • 0 1
    Just when we thought it was safe for young people to enjoy life, the Covid justice warriors strike again. All it took was one photograph. Sunday, an event was held at Marist High School in Chicago hos...
  • SoBasically
    by SoBasically
    The Gun Control Debate
    27 Mar 2021 • 3 min read • 3 0
    In the wake of a mass shooting at a grocery store in Colorado, President Biden has called for tightening gun control laws banning assault-style weapons and high-capacity magazines. As a result, a deca...
  • Your Local Epidemiologist
    by Your Local Epidemiologist
    Mass shootings are predictable.
    24 Mar 2021 • 2 min read • 71 9
    Violence is predictable. And, if it’s predictable, it’s preventable. For those of you that don’t know, I’m a violence epidemiologist “during the day”. Our theory is that violence is contagious. We’ve ...
  • More to the Story by A.P. Dillon
    by A.P. Dillon
    CDC now says students can be 3 feet apart
    20 Mar 2021 • 2 min read
    The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) have yet again updated their guidance for school operations and openings. NC Congressman Dan Bishop (R-09) took notice. Rep. Dan Bishop @RepDanBishop What was the...
  • Daily Coronavirus Newsletter
    by Paul Bartholomew
    Coronavirus Update (2/23)
    23 Feb 2021 • 6 min read
    Where we are Worldwide, 288.8k new cases and 7,043 deaths were reported yesterday. The U.S. reported 56.0k new cases yesterday, up from 54.0k a week ago. The overall positivity rate declined to 4.7%. ...
  • The OpenGrants Daily Report
    by OpenGrants
    OpenGrants Funding Report
    13 Feb 2021 • 3 min read
    Funding Opportunities Opportunities currently accepting applications: Research Opportunities in Space and Earth Sciences 2021 (ROSES-2021) - This NASA research announcement, ROSES – 2021, solicits bas...
  • Doug Levy's COVID-19 Daily Top Stories
    by Doug Levy Communications LLC
    Get ready for annual COVID-19 shots
    10 Feb 2021 • 1 min read • 1 0
    Here are today’s top COVID-19 stories: Johnson & Johnson’s CEO says coronavirus variants and the spread of the virus likely mean that people should expect getting annual COVID shots, much like flu vac...
  • Scientists may be winning this round
    18 Sep 2020 • 2 min read
    Here are COVID-19 stories worth attention for today. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reversed questionable guidelines published in August that discouraged testing for people with possib...
  • New COVID-19 tests can bypass FDA
    21 Aug 2020 • < 1 min read
    Just a quick update today with a couple of regulatory items of note. Changing the rules mid-game 1: Earlier this week, the Wall Street Journal published a blockbuster article that dissected the USA’s ...
  • Covid Updates
    by Dale W. Harrison
    A Comprehensive List of Covid Resources
    24 Nov 2020 • 2 min read
    It can be frustrating to not have a central hub of all information for SarsCoV2 and COVID-19. Below is a comprehensive list of links to data & resources covering the categories of: Cases (Infections)/...
  • Sex on Wednesday
    by Martha Kempner
    Vaccines, Used Condoms, & Giraffes on Birth Control (Oh My?)
    07 Oct 2020 • 4 min read • 1 0
    Welcome to the inaugural issue of Sex on Wednesday! As I tell my students, sex is always in the news. Even in a week like this one which has been flooded with minute-by-minute accounts of Trump’s oxyg...
  • Stranger Than Fiction
    by ADR
    Stranger Than Fiction
    22 Sep 2020 • 1 min read
    You can support the newsletter that you’re reading right now using PayPal, Venmo, CashApp, or purchase a subscription on Substack. Don’t forget to join us in the Stranger Slack for access to source do...
  • Human+
    by Alan Rodriguez Rios
    The Key to Taking Control of Your Day
    11 Sep 2020 • 3 min read • 1 0
    Try and guess how many times, on average, you hit the snooze button on your alarm every morning. Got it? Now multiply that by the number of mornings you’ve been doing that. More than likely it’s been ...
  • Charlotte Ledger Business Newsletter
    Inside UNCC's Covid prevention strategy
    09 Sep 2020 • 6 min read
    This article was published in The Charlotte Ledger e-newsletter on September 9, 2020. Find out more and sign up for free here. Subscribe now UNC Charlotte hopes to avoid the experience of UNC-Chapel H...
  • Ravi’s Newsletter
    by Ravi Mulani
    Friday links
    21 Aug 2020 • < 1 min read
    Happy Friday! Here are some links to kick off your weekend: Proud of Credit Karma for launching a new voter registration tool Long-haulers are redefining COVID-19. The virus is still extremely dangero...
  • Christopher’s Newsletter
    by Christopher DeMarkey
    Federalism and it's Importance in the midst of COVID-19
    02 Jun 2020 • 1 min read
    During these trying times it is essential to understand why some states are more "open", what allows states to do this, and why it is vital to protect our country. Across the US COVID-19, a deadly vir...
  • Linked & Loud Bulletin
    by Linked & Loud
    Fighting for Mother's Today
    10 May 2020 • 4 min read
    This year Mother’s Day falls in the midst of a public health crisis, one which also happens to highlight the glaring racial disparities in health outcomes in the U.S. It seemed like a good time to sha...