COVID vaccines

Texas’ political leaders recently have made some inconceivably irresponsible policy decisions.

Two friends independently emailed me a recent

It is not uncommon for legislators to introduce bills that they know won’t pass, but that have symbolic value of some sort, like renaming a bridge or freeway to honor a constituent. Every so often, however, they propose something that is so c

I can’t believe we’re having this discussion in September 2023, just as the fall respiratory virus season commences and we're experiencing a new wave of COVID-19, but the politicizers of COVID won’t let up.

I suppose it is appropriate to begin with a confession; I was drawn to the study by the phrase “original antigenic sin.”  I stayed for the content, which taught me more about our immune responses.

This problem was recognized in 2021 when 27 states embarked on various incentive programs to increase public participation.