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One of the amazing inventions that helped people through the pandemic has its roots in polio:
How a Polio Outbreak in Copenhagen Led to the Invention of the Ventilator After one hospital struggled to sustain the breathing of hundreds of patients, engineers found a solution that saved lives and sparked an ethical firestorm
Friends helping friends with a border in-between
They Had Leftover COVID Vaccines. So They Offered Them To Their Canadian Neighbors With just over 3% of Canadians fully inoculated against COVID-19, a growing number of America's northern border states and communities have stepped up to offer them excess doses.
What's your go-to kids travel tip?
Tips for Flying With Kids This Summer Travel is opening up, but after more than a year at home, even seasoned young fliers (and their parents) might need pointers.
Without a vaccine, fighting yellow fever in the 1790's was extremely difficult:
How the Founding Fathers Fought a Deadly Epidemic George Washington's second inauguration took place in Philadelphia in March 1793. Six months later, yellow fever had ripped through America's capital city, t...
Regular people making a big difference for their neighbors and communities:
COVID Hit Their Neighbors Hard. So They Sprang Into Action As India faces a pandemic crisis, ordinary folks are doing their share: finding hospital beds, handing out meals, sharing a meditative moment. Public health experts say it's making an impact.
From the Passport Health app to contact tracing, tech is helping keep people safe.
How to Use Tech to Prepare for Travel in a Pandemic Even as vaccines make it safer to travel, planning a trip is becoming increasingly complicated.
From picking up records to cleaning off the mountain, a great step to helping keep the Himalayas clean.
The record-breaking Nepali mountaineer cleaning up the Himalaya Nirmal Purja has turned his attention to tidying up the Himalaya, with the Great Mountain Cleanup.
Will you wear a mask this flu season, even if it's not required?
Should We Wear Masks for Cold and Flu Season? Wearing a mask when you’re sick is common in East Asia, but there’s no tidy scientific consensus on how much it limits the spread of respiratory illnesses.
Would you take a driver-less tour?
Yellowstone National Park Testing Out Driverless Shuttles This Summer - See Them in Action Autonomous, electric vehicles are driving around Yellowstone National Park in a new test program that could become a permanent mode of transportation.
Carnival is just one group requiring travel insurance for unvaccinated travelers.
Taking a Carnival cruise from Florida but don't want to get vaccinated? Buy travel insurance Carnival Cruise Line has followed Royal Caribbean's lead in adding a travel insurance requirement for unvaccinated cruisers departing from Florida.
More malaria vaccine progress could lead to eventual eradication.
More vaccine progress: This time, it’s malaria Two recent papers describe strong protection against a difficult parasite.
Your furry friend may be the next one if your family to get the COVID-19 vaccine:
This California Zoo Is Vaccinating Its Animals Against COVID-19 California's Oakland Zoo has vaccinated some of its larger animals against COVID-19, using a new experimental vaccine specifically formulated for animals.
Running with bulls, wresting camels, what's your must visit event?
Inside a Turkish Camel-Wrestling Festival Held annually on the country’s Aegean coast, the Selcuk camel-wrestling festival is part of a nomadic legacy rooted in ancient Turkic tribes.
Thailand is ready to reopen, where would you most like to head next?
Thailand sets mid-October to reopen to visitors with COVID vaccines Thailand plans to fully reopen to vaccinated foreign visitors by mid-October as the government seeks to restart the tourism industry.
Are you and your child up-to-date on routine vaccinations?
The C.D.C. urges parents to get childhood vaccinations up to date following a steep decline last year. The number of vaccine doses administered to children dropped by as much 63 percent as stay-at-home orders were issued in spring of 2020.
Polio may go the way of smallpox sooner than we expected.
A Multibillion-Dollar Plan to End Polio, and Soon A global partnership announced plans to spend more than $5 billion to eradicate poliovirus.
Together for both groundbreaking vaccines, who did you get vaccinated with?
Boy and Girl Got Polio Vaccine Together in 1955 — Now They’re Husband and Wife Getting COVID Shots John and Ann Molyneaux got their Polio vaccine together in 1955 as classmates, and they're now husband and wife getting their COVID-19 shots
What's your dream vacation?
Dream Trips Without the Crowds? That’s the Hope, Anyway. Tour companies are reporting a resurgence in interest for trips to bucket-list destinations, where travelers can still see the sites without being jostled.
Is your passport ready for your next trip?
Need to get or renew a passport? Why you should start planning now Some eager travelers are finding passport application appointments hard to come by. Start planning now to get or renew your passport.
From Elvis to soda fountains, vaccination was THE thing to do.
How vaccination became 'hip' in the '50s , thanks to teens American teenagers were a new social phenomenon, and uniquely poised for an iconic polio vaccine push.
What do you do to stay bug-free during the summer?
How to stay safe from 5 common but dangerous bugs this summer Warm weather is here which means insect activity is about to increase. Here are five pesky bugs to look for this summer and how to prevent bites.
Polio is just the start of these amazing initiatives.
Ending Polio in Africa is Leading to Other Major Health Gains | UN Dispatch Charles Shey Wiysonge, South African Medical Research Council Polio is a highly infectious disease. It’s caused by a virus that enters the body through the mouth. The virus then multiplies in the intestine and attacks the central nervous system – causing paralysis. Polio was one of the most drea...
What are you favorite international national parks?
Mozambique Mints a New National Park — and Surveys Its Riches In the wake of wars, natural disasters and insurgencies, Mozambique is experiencing an environmental renaissance. One of the results is a new and stunningly beautiful national park.
A scary situation for everyone!
Buried Alive In Mongolia's Worst Sandstorms In A Decade Even the rescue teams could not go forward during one of the fiercest of many sandstorms this spring. Herders have lost their herds — an estimated 1.6 million livestock — and their lives.
These destinations were some of Bourdain's favorites. How many have you visited?
Five of Anthony Bourdain’s favourite food destinations The co-author of World Travel: An Irreverent Guide reveals the places and dishes at the top of the late chef and food presenter’s list
Would you take a trip to space?
Space tourism: Blue Origin, SpaceX and Virgin Galactic shoot for the stars Jeff Bezos confirmed he will ride on the first human flight of a spacecraft developed by Blue Origin, his aerospace company. Other efforts are also aiming to take space tourists to the stars.
Which disease would you like to see a vaccination for next?
How COVID-19 is changing our expectations for other vaccines The shots developed during this pandemic have been stunningly successful—and experts worry that may spell trouble for future vaccine uptake.
These modified mosquitoes might be the key to ending some diseases.
Genetically Altered Mosquitoes Target Deadly Dengue Fever and Zika In a pioneering test, insects with a gene primed to interrupt breeding are flying in the Florida Keys.
What are your plans for this summer?
Six vaccinated medical experts reveal their summer travel plans On the fence about summer travel plans? Here's what medical professionals who are involved in treating or researching Covid-19 are doing.
What are your biggest trip disasters?
‘I found a snake in the toilet!’: Guardian readers on their holiday disasters Holidays, especially abroad, are off the cards for many this summer. So it’s good to remember they aren’t always the idyllic break we dream of. Here are our readers worst experiences
Make sure you get vaccinated! The next flu season may be bad.
The coming flu season may be bad. Here's why The coming flu season may be a bad one. It's in part because of a very human reaction to restrictions, social distancing, struct hand hygiene and mask use. It may also be because our immune systems haven't been exposed to many germs for months.
Each COVID-19 variant is unique, this can help you understand why.
Visual Explainer: Why Some Coronavirus Variants Are More Contagious Than Others This animated video uses puzzle pieces to show how a coronavirus binds to a cell's surface — and what happens when a mutation occurs.
Get ready for extra flu season protection thanks to COVID-19 vaccine development.
Pfizer scientist says mRNA technology used for Covid vaccines could create 'more potent' seasonal flu shots The mRNA technology used to develop the Pfizer-BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine could help create "more potent" seasonal flu shots, Pfizer's Kathrin Jansen told CNBC.
Have you had chickenpox or were you lucky enough to get the vaccine?
Can You Get Shingles If You Never Had Chickenpox? If you’ve never had chickenpox and get exposed to the virus that causes chickenpox and shingles, you may get adult chickenpox. Here’s what you need to know.
From COVID-19 to malaria, new technologies will be key to global health.
The mRNA tech we used against COVID could help us finally beat malaria | Engadget As vaccination rates for the current pandemic continue to climb, the medical community is looking ahead to turn this powerful genomic weapon against myriad other deadly diseases..
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