vaccine

A white-gloved hand hold a tawny colored bat with a white substance on it's nose.

A tri-colored bat displays symptoms of white-nose syndrome at from Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park, Georgia (National Park Services/ Flickr https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/)

Planet Forward Correspondent | Northwestern University
While much of the nation's human population has been able to take advantage of promising vaccines against their disease, the same can not be said for America’s dwindling numbers of bats.
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Dr. David Broniatowski, the Associate Director of the George Washington University Institute for Data, Democracy & Politics, shares his research on the misinformation and disinformation around COVID.
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With a wave of COVID-19 infections plaguing the country, questions on what needs to be done in the coming months to save lives are at the forefront of national conversations.
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CDC Director Dr. Robert Redfield talks about pressing community health threats, such as COVID-19, vaccine confidence, the opioid crisis, and more.
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Jon Andrus, a University of Colorado and George Washington University adjunct professor in global health and an expert in vaccinology, shares when we can expect a vaccine and why our lives will never "go back to normal."
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During this live episode of “Healthy You: Surviving a Pandemic,” Dr. Anthony Fauci shares his thoughts on opening schools safely, vaccine availability and effectiveness, and how he maintains his ethics and values during this trying time.
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On this week's Healthy You podcast, host Frank Sesno speaks with Professor of Physics Neil Johnson about the online landscape between anti-vaccine and pro-vaccine groups.