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Stories by Kenneth R. Foster

The Philadelphia Yellow Fever Epidemic of 1793

One of the first major epidemics of the disease in the U.S., it devastated America's early capital. It also had lasting repercussions for the city and country

August 1, 1998 — Kenneth R. Foster, Mary F. Jenkins and Anna Coxe Toogood

The Microwave Problem

Is exposure to low levels of microwaves a hazard? How strict should exposure limits be? These issues remain in dispute in part because some findings on the biological effects of microwaves are ambiguous...

September 1, 1986 — Arthur W. Guy and Kenneth R. Foster
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