'I'd Be Really Cautious At This Time': Epidemiologist On COVID Uptick And Easter Week
Dr. Simone Wildes is an infectious disease expert at the South Shore Health network who also serves on Gov. Baker's COVID-19 vaccine advisory group. She joined WBUR Morning Edition host Bob Oakes to discuss the threat to Massachusetts.
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...
Examining Public Health Responses To Gun Violence
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Dr. Paul Nestadt, a psychiatrist who studies gun violence, about public health responses to gun...
Global COVID-19 Deaths Top 3 Million
The largest number of deaths have come in the United States, Brazil, Mexico, India and the United Kingdom. The pandemic...
What Can Wealthy Nations Do To Address Global Vaccine Inequity?
In the U.S., more than 1 out of 5 residents is fully vaccinated against COVID-19. But elsewhere in the world,...
What The Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Pause Means For The U.S.'s Distribution Plan
A pause in the distribution of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine will last at least another week, even as eligibility...
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.