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July 21, 2022
Rachel Pearson is a physician and writer in Texas. Her memoir is No Apparent Distress. (May 2022)
For medical practitioners in Texas, even an imagined act can be illegal.
May 8, 2022
Dispatches from around the world documenting the coronavirus outbreak
April 23, 2020 issue
Pandemic Journal, March 17–22
Dispatches on the coronavirus outbreak from Madeleine Schwartz in Brooklyn, Anne Enright in Dublin, Joshua Hunt in Busan, Anna Badkhen in Lalibela, Lauren Groff in Gainesville, and more.
March 22, 2020
Among the Vitamin K ‘Anti-Vaxxers’
This is the best pediatricians can do: we can be kind, and we can make sure that parents who refuse Vitamin K understand the possible consequences of that decision.
January 31, 2019
The Challenge of ‘Chronic Lyme’
When it comes to tick-borne Lyme disease itself, we all need to expand our horizons. So many kinds of suffering cannot be identified with lab tests or treated reliably with specific medicines. That suffering is real. It must be attended to.
July 25, 2018
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