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This doctor is working to build resilience and land justice for communities of color

Rupa Marya discusses land rematriation, her new Indigenous-led farm, and the long-term effects of colonization on food and medicine in vulnerable communities.
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Federal agencies plan to investigate link between PFAS exposure and viral illness

Two federal health agencies are planning to investigate potential links between exposure to toxic PFAS chemicals and susceptibility to viral illnesses like COVID-19.

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Researchers are hatching a low-cost COVID-19 vaccine

A new formulation entering clinical trials in Brazil, Mexico, Thailand and Vietnam could change how the world fights the pandemic.
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Virus variants likely evolved inside people with weak immune systems

Growing evidence suggests that people with cancer and other conditions that challenge their immune systems may be incubators of mutant viruses.
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Modern life is messing with our microbiomes, but science is fighting back

It has gotten harder for people to get the needed exposure to good microbes—and the pandemic hasn’t helped. Here, eight ways scientists are working to restore this essential biological system.
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Lawsuits raise stakes for Saint-Gobain plan to fix chemical emissions

New Hampshire and the town of Merrimack are separately suing the company for delays in the installation of a required treatment system.

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COVID vaccines for kids are coming, but not for many months

Pfizer and Moderna are testing their vaccines on children 12 and older and hope to have results by the summer.
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A few COVID vaccine recipients developed a rare blood disorder

A link to the vaccines is not certain, and investigations are underway in some reported cases.
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Ross Douthat: Long-haul COVID and the chronic illness debate

What persistent COVID cases might have in common with chronic fatigue syndrome and Lyme disease, and why it matters.

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What if you never get better from COVID-19?

Some patients could be living with the aftereffects for years to come. Recent research into another persistent, mysterious disease might help us understand how to treat them.
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Emerging coronavirus variants may pose challenges to vaccines

Laboratory studies of mutations circulating in South Africa suggest they may dodge some of the body’s immune responses.
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The future of the coronavirus? An annoying childhood infection

Once immunity is widespread in adults, the virus rampaging across the world will come to resemble the common cold, scientists predict.
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What the coronavirus pandemic can teach us about ways to reduce air pollution

The COVID-19 pandemic wasn't just a shock to the human immune system. It was also a shock to the Earth system, dramatically changing the air quality in cities around the globe.

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Toxics

How eight COVID-19 vaccines work

See how the leading vaccines train the immune system to fight the virus.
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CDC reports first data on COVID-19 vaccine adverse events

These are the COVID-19 vaccine prospects that have made it to phase three trials and beyond.
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U.S. Steel abandons clean tech plans in Pittsburgh region following damning health study

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