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California Dreamin’

Early on, California was conducting just 2,000 coronavirus tests a day. Now the state is up to 60,000. How did they ramp up testing?

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Without Precedent

A new, more conservative Supreme Court is about to rule on its first major cases involving reproductive health and rights.

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It Takes A Toll

What are the public health impacts of police violence and what would a public health response look like?

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‘Home Sweet Hospital’ Transcript

Note: This transcript has been created with a combination of machine ears and human eyes. There may be small differences between this document and the audio version, which is one of many reasons we encourage you to listen to the episode. Listen in Apple Podcasts Listen on Spotify Listen in Google Podcasts Dan Gorenstein: On…

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Home Sweet Hospital

With business models upended by COVID-19, hospitals are dusting off a decades-old model for bringing acute care into patients’ homes.

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Science Under Pressure

Sites known as preprint servers post research in mere days. That speed has advantages during a health crisis, but it also comes with risks.

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Masking Problems

How racism makes wearing a mask in public much more complicated for one black doctor.

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‘The Home Run Approach’ Transcript

Note: This transcript has been created with a combination of machine ears and human eyes. There may be small differences between this document and the audio version, which is one of many reasons we encourage you to listen to the episode! Listen in Apple Podcasts Listen on Spotify Listen in Google Podcasts Dan Gorenstein: As some…

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The Home Run Approach

Some scientists argue we should intentionally infect volunteers with the coronavirus to get a vaccine sooner. How would it work?

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Bill, Interrupted

The coronavirus has dashed Colorado Democrats’ dreams of passing a highly anticipated public option bill.

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