Canadian reporters covering health and Covid-19
Scientists find vital link to identify people at risk of aneurysms
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Ali Ellebedy from the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis found that patients had cells in their bone marrow that offered protection for 11-12 months after infection.
Today I would like to provoke your curiosity with this week’s top article related to yesterday’s Earth Day.
Today I would like to provoke your curiosity with this week’s top articles related to the environment as we look forward to Earth Day on April 22nd.
Today I would like to provoke your curiosity with this week’s top articles about the AstraZeneca vaccine suspension, whether a hot tub soak is an alternative to exercise, and wood floors that generate energy.
Like you, we’re always interested in learning more about what journalists are looking for as they juggle an onslaught of story leads during a tumultuous historical moment. To better understand the interests and challenges of journalists covering COVID and the environment, we have done some research and compiled a few highlights from recent interviews with reporters. If you are interested in pitching articles related to these topics, these insights into their thinking and priorities might be helpful.
Can you distinguish between Rembrandt or Shakespeare versus A.I.-generated art? How would I like it if my landlords installed a face recognition system for access to my apartment? Do I care if my automated vacuum will kill a ladybug or a spider? Should we just accept humanity’s impending doom?