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So What Can People Actually Do after Being Vaccinated?
Behavior & Society

So What Can People Actually Do after Being Vaccinated?

It’s complicated; not even the experts agree

By Carolyn Barber
Genetic Therapies for Brain Diseases
Medicine

Genetic Therapies for Brain Diseases

Hopes are high for a class of drug that could treat neurodegenerative conditions—but a recent clinical trial has brought the field up short

By Diana Kwon and Nature magazine
Unraveling the Complex Link between COVID and Diabetes
Public Health

Unraveling the Complex Link between COVID and Diabetes

Infection with the pandemic-causing virus seems to trigger diabetes in some patients. Here are five plausible explanations as to why

By Claudia Wallis
Tomorrow's Biggest Microbial Threats
Public Health

Tomorrow's Biggest Microbial Threats

Health experts around the world are focused on SARS-CoV-2, but similar viruses and microbial organisms such as bacteria could create the next global killer

By Mike May and Nature Medicine

Departments

  • From the Editor

    One Hurdle at a Time

  • News

    If You Don't Have COVID Vaccine Side Effects, Are You Still Protected?

  • Scientists Grew Tiny Tear Glands in a Dish--Then Made Them Cry

  • When Will Kids Get COVID Vaccines?

  • New Arkansas Law--and Similar Bills--Endanger Transgender Youth, Research Shows

  • Opinion

    Reproductive Problems in Both Men and Women Are Rising at an Alarming Rate

  • The Deadly Lung Disease You've Probably Never Heard Of

  • Trump's Policy Failures Have Exacted a Heavy Toll on Public Health

  • In Obesity Research, Fatphobia Is Always the X Factor

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