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21
May

Teatime for the Pandemic

By Sarah Besky, author of Tasting Qualities: The Past and Future of Tea, posted in honor of International Tea Day. Pandemic reporting is peppered with human interest stories of toilet paper hoarding …

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06
May

The West Atlantic Pandemic

It has been well understood for some time now that COVID-19 and its ensuing global pandemic are unprecedented events in our contemporary world. Not since the Influenza Pandemic of 1918 has global …

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27
Apr

The Shared History of AIDS and COVID-19

In the midst of the medical, economic, and psychological fight against COVID-19, it is prudent to examine past outbreaks of disease in order to gain a greater understanding of what may lie …

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19
Apr

Confinement’s Dimensionality

With one-third of the global population now under some form of lockdown or quarantine due to the spread of COVID-19, an unprecedented number of people are experiencing varying levels of isolation daily. …

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