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A doctor shares 7 steps he’ll review to decide when and...

As we return to some degree of normalcy after weeks of social distancing, we all need a plan. As an immunologist, I’ve given this...

Memorial Day: Why veterans are particularly vulnerable to the coronavirus pandemic

As the nation takes a day to memorialize its military dead, those who are living are facing a deadly risk that has nothing to...

How COVID-19 can help us forge a better judiciary

2020 may go down in history as the year in which the judicial branch faced its most daunting challenges in a generation. Not only...

Community learning centers will help school districts cope with COVID-19 disruption

Earlier this month, Gov. Mike DeWine announced $355 million in budget cuts for K-12 education for the last two months of this fiscal year....

Ohio’s great social experiment

A week of pandemic can feel like a year. But it is hard to believe that just last month Dr. Amy Acton, Ohio’s public...

Some simple personal habits for practical safety in a world of...

Ohio is reopening more or less fully over the coming weeks, but the coronavirus pandemic is far from gone, leaving Ohioans to navigate their...

Latest ‘scandal’ a reminder of the Obama we know and the...

We’ve known for a long time that former President Barack Obama lives rent-free inside Donald Trump’s brain. From trying to tear down the Affordable Care...

Masks help stop the spread of coronavirus – the science is...

I’m a data scientist at the University of San Francisco and teach courses online in machine learning for fast.ai. In late March, I decided...

Nurses on the front lines: A history of heroism from Florence...

Nurses are heroes of the COVID-19 crisis. May 12 was International Nurses Day, which commemorates the birthday of Florence Nightingale, the first “professional nurse.”...

Bookman: Arbery case’s true horror is safe harbor given for modern...

Only in recent years has white American culture become willing to stare the horror of lynching in the face, or at least glance at...
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