How Can Healthcare Providers and Patients Limit the Spread of the Virus?

Known by Korin Reid antibiotic resistance since early childhood. He remembers reading about it in one of his parents’ books from the age of seven, so when he bought his first book antibiotic resistant infection (a bacterial infection that some antibiotics can’t cure), said Reid, a data scientist and CEO of Ellison Laboratories. “I was …

Benjamin Franklin’s Battle Against a Deadly Virus: Colonial America

By flag Canada, Indiana University Kokomo and Christian Chauret, Indiana University Kokomo Exactly 300 years ago, in 1721, Benjamin Franklin and other American colonists faced a deadly smallpox epidemic. Their shifting responses provide an eerily prescient object lesson for today’s world, similarly devastated by a virus and divided over vaccines three centuries later. As a …