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Why We Must Push Through Pandemic Fatigue Oct. 30, 2020

C Force

A recent Newsday article passed along this reminder of our not-too-distant past: "During the height ... Read More

Mask-Wearing Isn't Political, It's Lifesaving Jul. 07, 2020

Daily Editorials

The nation is five months and more than 128,000 lives into its worst disease outbreak in a century a... Read More

Virus Deaths Aren't Rising With Infections. Mask Up to Keep It That Way. Jul. 06, 2020

Daily Editorials

There's a silver lining in the national spike of coronavirus infections, but it may be a temporary o... Read More

Don't Panic Over Virus Increase Jul. 02, 2020

Daily Editorials

No one should have expected the reopening of America after the long COVID-19 shutdown would be seaml... Read More

Virus Numbers Are Skyrocketing. Why the Political Grudge Against Common Sense? Jun. 26, 2020

Daily Editorials

A sharp increase in coronavirus cases, particularly in states where Republican governors have champi... Read More

Did I or Didn't I Have COVID-19? Blundering Through Unknowable Truths Jun. 06, 2020

Ted Rall

Few things are more terrifying than the unknown, as we are discovering as we struggle to navigate, a... Read More

Barring Church Services Is Not Religious Persecution Apr. 05, 2020

Steve Chapman

With most Americans staying home as much as possible and avoiding other people like, well, the plagu... Read More

Let's Work Together To Defeat the Monster Virus Mar. 17, 2020

Daily Editorials

Our country and community are headed to the stars, but the journey is hard. A monster bug is in the ... Read More

Good and Bad News About Coronavirus Mar. 11, 2020

Betsy McCaughey

There's good news and bad news about coronavirus. First, there's reason for optimism. The virus str... Read More

Treating Fever Nov. 12, 2019

Tips from the Mommy MD Guides

In adults and older children, fever can be a friend. When your child is sick, their body temperature... Read More

Politicians Sell Out Patients Oct. 09, 2019

Betsy McCaughey

Whether you live in New York, California or the heartland in between, you depend on state government... Read More

Protecting the Grapevine Aug. 21, 2019

A Greener View

Q: We bought a grapevine on a whim at Home Depot. We planted it along a fence. It grew OK for a coup... Read More

This Hospital Bed May Kill You Apr. 11, 2018

Betsy McCaughey

Danger lurks for hospital patients in a place they'd least expect it — the bed. Hospitals clai... Read More

Why the Superbugs Are Winning May. 24, 2017

Betsy McCaughey

The deadliest superbug yet — Candida auris — is invading hospitals and nursing homes, ki... Read More

Government Dysfunction Costs Lives Apr. 06, 2016

Betsy McCaughey

Every year, more than half a million patients in the U.S. are unknowingly put at risk of contracting... Read More

What if Antibiotics no Longer Work? Jan. 15, 2014

Jim Hightower

Have you had your daily minimum requirement of triclosan today? How about your dosage of triclocarba... Read More

U.S. Lacks Will to Fight Superbugs Dec. 25, 2013

Betsy McCaughey

Ronald Hale went to the Royal Alexandra Hospital in Canada last month with a lung problem, but ins... Read More

Obamacare and Government Failure Dec. 03, 2013

Mona Charen

We conservatives are always on about the "unintended consequences" of government programs,... Read More