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[ad_1] For this installment of our pre-election podcast series I spoke to Scientific American’s senior medicine editor, Josh Fischman. Steve Mirsky: So Josh, tell me about the issues in medicine and public health that are going to be affected by this election. Obviously, the first one is the coronavirus pandemic. Josh Fischman: Yeah. COVID is […]

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Election Science Stakes: Medicine and Public Health

[ad_1] For this installment of our pre-election podcast series I spoke to Scientific American’s senior medicine editor, Josh Fischman. Steve Mirsky: So Josh, tell me about the issues in medicine and public health that are going to be affected by this election. Obviously, the first one is the coronavirus pandemic. Josh Fischman: Yeah. COVID is […]

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Double Whammy of Warming, Overfishing Could Spell Disaster for Antarctic Krill

[ad_1] The icy ocean around Antarctica may seem like a cold and foreboding place. But it’s actually brimming with life. Penguins and seals build their colonies on its rocky shores. Orcas, whales and a variety of fish zip through its gray waters. Seabirds glide overhead. The Antarctic Peninsula, the continent’s northernmost spit of land, is […]