Originally published 02/04/2015
There is no virtue in ignorance, especially in deliberate ignorance that can compromise the wellbeing of children, says this Nobel Prize winner.
Originally published 01/26/2015
Today parents are reluctant to give their kids shots for measles. What we could learn from the French experience.
Originally published 10/27/2014
The word quarantine -- French for forty days -- dates to the middle ages.
Originally published 10/29/2013
The Nobel Prize-winning immunologist has just published "Pandemics: What Everyone Needs to Know."
Originally published 05/24/2016
Our most eloquent revolutionary, Thomas Paine, was a “forerunner of modern social insurance”, as the Social Security Administration calls him. In 1796, he advocated a 10% tax on the inheritance of property to create a fund which would pay a yearly pension to everyone over 50, “to enable them to live in Old Age without Wretchedness, and go decently out of the World.”
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