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Erika Check Hayden: Paving the Way for More Inclusive Science Storytelling

Erika Check Hayden: Paving the Way for More Inclusive Science Storytelling

Art by Anmei Little. For someone like Erika Check Hayden, a career in science journalism was the perfect match. The daughter of two scientists, her early passion for science bloomed as she immersed herself in different labs, internships, and educational

11/1 News Flash 3: Daily Low-Dose Aspirin Consumption May be Key in Managing Serious COVID-19 Complications

11/1 News Flash 3: Daily Low-Dose Aspirin Consumption May be Key in Managing Serious COVID-19 Complications

Graphic by Ishani Singh. According to a recent study conducted by researchers at the University of Maryland School of Medicine, daily use of low-dose aspirin has shown to significantly reduce the risk of complications and mortality in hospitalized COVID-19 patients. 

10/25 News Flash 8: The Greener Side of COVID-19: Climate Researchers Report Significant Drop in Global Emissions

10/25 News Flash 8: The Greener Side of COVID-19: Climate Researchers Report Significant Drop in Global Emissions

Graphic by Ishani Singh. The COVID-19 pandemic has brought about significant changes in the way humans live. Across the globe, nations responded to the virus outbreak by closing borders, locking down cities, and limiting non-essential activities and spaces. While vaccine

10/18 News Flash 1: About 1 in 7 people infected with COVID-19 experience neurological damage

10/18 News Flash 1: About 1 in 7 people infected with COVID-19 experience neurological damage

Graphic by Ishani Singh. While the best-known coronavirus symptoms include fever, loss of smell, and shortness of breath, about one in seven people infected with COVID-19 also experience neurological damage, according to a new study.  Researchers at NYU Grossman School