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posted 09/22/2020
Reporters can help us understand what has happened — and what hasn’t — over the past two decades. The stakes are immense.
posted 09/16/2020
Why did the Occupational Health Safety Network meet with such an abrupt demise?
posted 09/10/2020
"How is it supposed to work?" Answer that question and you're better prepared to spot when things go wrong.
posted 08/31/2020
"The problem was, I was being played," writes contributor Bill Heisel. "The giant petrochemical company, Arco, had the city of Butte and the state of Montana outmatched."
posted 08/25/2020
Disinformation is always bad for democracy, but it is especially toxic during a pandemic.
posted 08/19/2020
We’ve long given up the idea that justice is blind. We need to give up the idea that health care is blind, too....
posted 08/10/2020
Now is the time to start building timelines and documenting how local governments are handling — or fumbling — the COVID-19 crisis.
posted 08/05/2020
A simple jog turns into an anxious minefield in the absence of clear guidance on COVID-19 transmission.
posted 07/31/2020
Health sciences are rooted in concepts that go back centuries, and some of those concepts were crafted with a racist lens, writes contributor William Heisel.
posted 07/06/2020
Why we need to distinguish between bad behavior and structural problems in how we’re organized as a society.

William Heisel's Blog

Reporters can help us understand what has happened — and what hasn’t — over the past two decades.... more »
posted 09/22/20
Why did the Occupational Health Safety Network meet with such an abrupt demise? more »
posted 09/16/20
"How is it supposed to work?" Answer that question and you're better prepared to spot when things... more »
posted 09/10/20

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The ACEs study had a huge impact on how the medical establishment thinks about childhood... more »
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