Health + Science

What Happened At Techonomy Climate

Yes we’ll definitely do more climate conferences. The substance Tuesday was phenomenal. Attendees said they were enthralled and bolstered in their convictions. This is THE crisis. And Bill Gross has a lot to teach us.

After Covid: Diabetes, Brain Damage, Stroke

More and more studies are showing that even mild Covid cases can lead to increased risk of severe health issues long after the initial infection is over.

Once Extreme Ocean Temperatures Are the New Normal

A new analysis finds extreme warming events in the ocean have increased relative to the very far past, with nearly 60% of the ocean experiencing extreme heat in 2019.

Will China’s Biotech Markets Rebound?

If biotech ecosystems in China and across Asia Pacific succeed in developing new medicines and driving medical progress, we all benefit. But the outlook remains murky.

What Does “Normal” Mean, as Omicron Eases?

What does the next phase of Covid look like? Physicians, epidemiologists, and other public health stakeholders are weighing in.

How a little-discussed revision of climate science could help avert doom

We can reduce global temperatures faster than we once thought — if we act now.

Indoor Air Quality: No Standards, but Sudden Concern

The same filtration measures we’re using for Covid would also help people stay healthier in general. Though OSHA has no standards, cheap homemade purifiers took off during the pandemic.

How Better Weather Tech Can Provide Safeguards Against Climate Change

Have you ever wondered why the weather forecast is wrong so often? Well, there’s a reason—but it doesn’t have to be this way.

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