'Forgotten' Seniors In Mass. Low-Income Housing Get Their Place In The Coronavirus Vaccine Line
Tens of thousands of older adults who live in low-income housing in Massachusetts can now expect to start getting coronavirus vaccines next month, state officials say.
WBUR Town Hall RECAP: How Acting on Climate Change Can Prevent Future Pandemics
WBUR senior environment editor Barbara Moran speaks with Dr. Aaron Bernstein, pediatrician at Boston's Children's Hospital and director of the Center for Climate, Health, and the Global Environment at the...
Coronavirus FAQ: Why Am I Suddenly Hearing So Much About KF94 Masks?
There are N95s, reserved for health workers. There are KN95s, which you can buy easily — except that quality may...
Moderna And Pfizer Need To Nearly Double COVID-19 Vaccine Deliveries To Meet Goals
The two companies making COVID-19 vaccines each promised to deliver 100 million doses to the federal government by the end...
Mass Vaccination Efforts Thrust Pharmacies To Center Of COVID-19 Fight
With mass COVID-19 vaccination efforts underway, pharmacies have a critical public health role. But limited supply and uneven state and...
Fauci On The Biden Administration's COVID-19 Strategy
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with Dr. Anthony Fauci, chief medical adviser to President Biden, about the administration's plan to...
Episode 1: Doomed If You Diet, Doomed If You Don’t
The first episode of the podcast "Food, We Need To Talk" begins with the great dilemma: "You're doomed if you diet, doomed if you don't."
Episode 2: Good Food, Bad Food
Even children tend to refer to "good food" and "bad food." The "Food, We Need To Talk" co-hosts break down this idea.
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