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Your Local Epidemiologist

Katelyn Jetelina, Caitlin Rivers, Kristen Panthagani, MD, PhD, Heidi Moseson, PhD MPH, Andrea Tamayo

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Latest Issues

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State of Affairs: April 9

Here's an update on the latest developments in public health: Avian flu and measles outbreaks, the end of the respiratory season, and mpox (monkeypox) brewing on the horizon.

7 days ago

Avian flu: Birds, cows, and now a human

There has been much in the news about dairy cows in Texas getting sick with avian influenza, and now a human is sick. Here is what we know, what we don’t know, and what this may (or may not) mean.

14 days ago

Two retracted studies at the Supreme Court this week

Public health touches all aspects of our lives, not just during a pandemic. Thanks to your feedback, this newsletter will continue with Covid-19 updates and address other public health topics, too. To choose what topics land in your inbox, ...

18 days ago

Turbo cancer is not a thing

It seems there is no disease that Covid-19 vaccines haven’t been accused of causing. The latest stemmed from news of the Princess of Wales announcing her cancer diagnosis. This has renewed the circulation of the rumor that Covid-19 vaccines...

19 days ago

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The writers behind this newsletter.

  • Katelyn Jetelina

    An epidemiologist trying to make sense of this world

  • Caitlin Rivers

    Infectious disease epidemiologist

  • Kristen Panthagani, MD, PhD

    Emergency Medicine physician at Yale and creator of the medical blog You Can Know Things.

  • Heidi Moseson, PhD MPH

    Heidi is an epidemiologist who studies medication abortion safety and effectiveness, access, and models of care.

  • Andrea Tamayo

    Science Communication Master's student at the University of California, Santa Cruz

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