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How American Science Returned to Astonish Us All Feb. 23, 2021

Froma Harrop

French news cameras were in California last week to capture America's spectacular drive to mass-vacc... Read More

Hope Up and Guard Down as Pandemic Starts to Weaken? Feb. 18, 2021

Froma Harrop

Are we at the beginning of the end or the end of the beginning? Let's call it the middle. The COVID... Read More

Motherhood Inside the Pandemic Bubble Feb. 14, 2021

My So-Called Millennial Life

Right after my son was born, a nurse came in to prick his heel for a test. She took his leg and he l... Read More

The Kids Aren't All Right Feb. 09, 2021

Salena Zito

PITTSBURGH — One year ago, Lena Carson was pulling straight A's at the city's Creative and Per... Read More

The Vaccine Lottery Jan. 23, 2021

Susan Estrich

On Tuesday afternoon, while working at my desk, two things happened almost at once. My law school r... Read More

Beyond the Beltway Jan. 16, 2021

Susan Estrich

I don't think there is anyone in America with a phone who hasn't seen the graphic pictures of the Ca... Read More

How Bureaucracy Killed Hundreds of Thousands of Americans Jan. 06, 2021

Ben Shapiro

Over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, the media have spilled barrels of ink over mistakes by the... Read More

When There's No Room at the Hospital Jan. 02, 2021

Susan Estrich

In Los Angeles County, the hospitals are all full. ICU capacity dropped to zero percent in late Dece... Read More

Who's on First? Dec. 31, 2020

Susan Estrich

I want the vaccine. I have rarely left my house during the last nine months — if you try, you ... Read More

There Is No Debate to Be Had on Vaccination Dec. 19, 2020

Susan Estrich

I'm not a scientist. I'm not an infectious disease expert, let alone one of those who led the fight ... Read More

The Vaccine New World Dec. 15, 2020

Froma Harrop

What a relief that at least a few of us are getting the coronavirus vaccine. I would have liked my a... Read More

3 Top Tips for Shots Aug. 25, 2020

Tips from the Mommy MD Guides

From the very beginning, my sons were so different. One of them was easygoing; when he had to get a ... Read More

Even Indoor Cats Need Rabies Vaccination Jul. 30, 2020

Ask the Vet

Q: My cat BarB — so named because I found her as a kitten hiding under my barbecue grill ̵... Read More

Those Who Want a COVID Shot Deserve to Get It First Jul. 21, 2020

Froma Harrop

Will there be a vaccine against coronavirus? Eventually, we pray. But in this age of unreason, undue... Read More

Vaccinations Plummet During Pandemic Jun. 24, 2020


Routine vaccinations for children plummeted earlier this year, say researchers. Compared with the fi... Read More

COVID-19 Shows We're More Risk-Averse Than Post-World War II Americans May. 22, 2020

Michael Barone

Do you remember the 1957-58 Asian flu? Or the 1968-69 Hong Kong flu? I do. I was a teenager during t... Read More

News Flash -- Vaccines Prevent Outbreaks Apr. 10, 2019

Daily Editorials

Maybe this is what it's going to take to wake up parents who've decided they know better than their ... Read More

Fighting the Myths Behind the No-Vaccination Movement Nov. 29, 2018

Daily Editorials

According to a recent report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the number of childr... Read More

Study Highlights Importance of Listening Nov. 26, 2018

Daily Editorials

One of the greatest attributes a physician can have is the ability to listen. And two recent studies... Read More

What Makes Rand Paul Strange Feb. 10, 2015

Froma Harrop

Sen. Rand Paul believes that vaccinating children should be up to the parents, an increasingly unpop... Read More