COVID-19 has taken hundreds of thousands of lives in the U.S. already, some very quickly. There will be mourning, and remembering
2 weeks agoListen 7:06
The Navajo Nation has a death rate from the virus nearly double that of New Jersey. But skepticism about volunteering for Pfizer trial’s runs deep.
3 weeks agoListen 8:13
The head of a vaccine development collaborative says we’re letting the virus run the show because of overblown vaccine safety fears and a fundamental failure to balance risk.
4 weeks agoListen 9:09
Sarcasm, trading insults, in-jokes continue a tradition that began when the first enslaved Africans arrived here back in 1619.
1 month agoListen 7:00
Many don’t perceive jokes that rely on sarcasm and dual meanings. Improv comedy can help with understanding that, and teach other life skills.
1 month agoListen 5:07
When my spouse spent 48 weeks on chemo, I got markers and paper lunch bags, and tried the gallows humor thing.
1 month agoListen 5:44
Single use plastic and energy-hogging equipment are among the culprits. Some scientists are trying to find a better way.
2 months agoListen 7:28
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