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Links 10/27/21

Links for you. Science: Children could be dangerous carriers of virus (been saying this for a long time; here’s the latest edition…) Tuberculosis, Like Covid, Spreads by Breathing, Scientists Report Longer Mosquito Seasons—Like the One We Just Had—Could Be Our … Continue reading

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Links 10/26/21

Links for you. Science: Jeremy Beckham’s understanding of COVID demographics is lacking Russia allows methane leaks at planet’s peril Routine Antigen Testing Is Not a Substitute for Health Care Worker Vaccination against SARS-CoV-2 Acquisition of the L452R Mutation in the … Continue reading

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Links 10/25/21

Links for you. Science: Progressive Development of Cefiderocol Resistance in Escherichia coli During Therapy Is Associated with Increased blaNDM-5 Copy Number and Gene Expression The coronavirus is still mutating. But will that matter? ‘We need to keep the respect for … Continue reading

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Links 10/24/21

Links for you. Science: Association of a Clinician’s Antibiotic-Prescribing Rate With Patients’ Future Likelihood of Seeking Care and Receipt of Antibiotics Binge Drinking Among Adults, by Select Characteristics and State — United States, 2018 Mortality, Length of Stay, and Healthcare … Continue reading

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Links 10/23/21

Links for you. Science: Defend the deep Sea Otters Are Adorable Stewards Of Underwater Sea Grass Meadows If You’ve Had Covid, Do You Need the Vaccine? Drug lord Pablo Escobar smuggled hippos into Colombia. Officials are now sterilizing the invasive … Continue reading

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Links 10/22/21

Links for you. Science: What can masks do? Part 2: What makes for a good mask study — and why most fail The National Zoo Started Administering COVID Shots To Animals This Week (a lion, two cheetahs, and an Allen’s … Continue reading

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Links 10/21/21

Links for you. Science: Newly Discovered Bat Viruses Give Hints to Covid’s Origins When a fisherman pulled in his line, he knew he had ‘something weird’: A 40-pound alligator gar Genomic characterization and epidemiology of an emerging SARS-CoV-2 variant in … Continue reading

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Links 10/19/21

Links for you. Science: Heterologous SARS-CoV-2 Booster Vaccinations: Preliminary Report COVID-19 Vaccine Effectiveness by Product and Timing in New York State We Accidentally Solved the Flu. Now What? We should care more about the deep sea than we do deep … Continue reading

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Links 10/18/21

Links for you. Science: Patterns of antibody response to SARS-CoV-2 among 1.6 million blood donors: Impact of vaccination, United States December 2020 – June 2021 In search for coronavirus origins, Hubei caves and wildlife farms draw new scrutiny (using lab-leak … Continue reading

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Links 10/16/21

Links for you. Science: Losing Your Hair? You Might Blame the Great Stem Cell Escape. This Chemist’s Pandemic Hobby? Firing Medieval Cannonballs. Association Between Risk of COVID-19 Infection in Nonimmune Individuals and COVID-19 Immunity in Their Family Members COVID-19 transmission … Continue reading

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