William Hanage, an associate professor of epidemiology at Harvard, offers journalists guidance on covering the new coronavirus that causes COVID-19.
Suzy Khimm and Laura Strickler discovered carbon monoxide detectors were not required in homes receiving federal rental subsidies from HUD.
Shane Dixon Kavanaugh uncovered dozens of cases of Saudi Arabians fleeing the U.S. after being charged with serious crimes.
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Christina Jewett revealed a hidden FDA database that concealed millions of medical device malfunction and injury reports from public view.
Joanna Chikwe highlights strategies that trials might employ in hopes of securing favorable results – and questions journalists can ask to detect them.
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Expert cardiologists break down oft-repeated myths about cardiovascular disease in women and share the facts of the matter.
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