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Why is anyone surprised that there are so many antivax physicians?

By ecropolis | April 18, 2022
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Vertical Farming Market Size is Poised to Reflect 19.20% CAGR by 2027

By ecropolis | April 18, 2022
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Vertical farming grows up

By ecropolis | April 18, 2022
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Long Covid will haunt us . . . We have the right to demand higher performances from vaccines . . . Vaccines can do more if they are adequately boosted, revised’

By ecropolis | April 16, 2022
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UTHealth surgeon is among few in nation to treat rare condition threatening pregnancies

By ecropolis | April 13, 2022
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Board of Health opts against new school vaccine requirement

By ecropolis | April 13, 2022
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Twitter: Peter Hotez — vaccination for Covid variants top tweet Q1 2022

By ecropolis | April 13, 2022
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Peter Hotez: What hybrid COVID variants like XE mean for Houston and what’s ahead this summer

By ecropolis | April 12, 2022
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Who Are Higher Ed’s True Heroes?

By ecropolis | April 11, 2022
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Opinion: A global vaccine will help us fight COVID at home

By ecropolis | April 11, 2022
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People 50 and older are eligible for a second COVID booster. Who should get one?

By ecropolis | April 11, 2022
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Scientists divided on need for 4th Covid shot after FDA quietly approved another round of boosters

By ecropolis | April 6, 2022
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Editorial: Congress shouldn’t shrug off responsibility to vaccinate the world

By ecropolis | April 5, 2022
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Dr. Paul Farmer’s Legacy Was To Transform The Field Of Global Public Health

By ecropolis | April 4, 2022
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This Latina Scientist Helped Create a COVID Vaccine That’s Accessible to All

By ecropolis | March 31, 2022
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Peter Hotez and Maria Bottazzi’s ‘forgotten’ vaccine approved in Botswana

By ecropolis | March 30, 2022
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COVID Update; City Council District 13; Debating Cancel Culture; Work Self vs. Home Self

By ecropolis | March 30, 2022
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FDA Authorizes 2nd Booster Shot For People 50 And Older

By ecropolis | March 29, 2022
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Country Music Songwriters For George Strait, Garth Brooks Steal the Show in Houston

By ecropolis | March 29, 2022
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CDC recommends fourth Pfizer and Moderna Covid vaccine doses for people age 50 and older

By ecropolis | March 29, 2022
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AAPI Convention in June will offer extensive CME classes

By ecropolis | March 25, 2022
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The omicron variant BA.2 is making inroads across U.S., but Houston data tells a different story for now

By ecropolis | March 23, 2022
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FDA’s Dr. Marks among 7 honored by AMA for work amid pandemic

By ecropolis | March 22, 2022
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Here’s who will lead the White House COVID response for the next pandemic phase

By ecropolis | March 17, 2022
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College of Public Service Names Social Work Persons Of The Year

By ecropolis | March 17, 2022
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Meet the Houston doctor who has been nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize

By ecropolis | March 15, 2022
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SXSW pop-ups and activations have hit and miss response to COVID-19 safety recommendations

By ecropolis | March 15, 2022
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Signs pointing toward another COVID-19 surge

By ecropolis | March 15, 2022
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Leading Houston COVID-19 expert cautions about pandemic’s future

By ecropolis | March 15, 2022
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LA Times Today: What can we expect for future COVID vaccines?

By ecropolis | March 14, 2022
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Glow with the J’ gala a brilliant success

By ecropolis | March 10, 2022
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Virus Experts Say Be Prepared for This Next

By ecropolis | March 5, 2022
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Our Broken World – a review of the newest book by Dr. Peter Hotez

By ecropolis | March 4, 2022
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Pfizer’s COVID vaccine is not as protective against omicron for 5 to 11-year-olds, data suggests

By ecropolis | March 2, 2022
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Pfizer vaccine may offer little protection against infection in kids 5-11

By ecropolis | February 28, 2022
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Researchers make major COVID breakthrough, create affordable shot to vaccinate the world

By ecropolis | February 28, 2022
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COVID: Indian Embassy In US Hosts India-US Health Partnership Roundtable ‘Vaccine For All’

By ecropolis | February 23, 2022
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We need to think about the COVID-19 vaccines we’ll need in 3 to 5 years: Public health expert

By ecropolis | February 23, 2022
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Fact Check: Do the COVID Vaccines Contain HIV? No.

By ecropolis | February 22, 2022
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What COVID-19 Has Revealed about Science & Society

By ecropolis | February 16, 2022
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Meet Dr. Maria Elena Bottazzi, the other half of the Hotez dream team

By ecropolis | February 14, 2022
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Medical expert discusses delay in reviewing Pfizer vaccine in young children

By ecropolis | February 12, 2022
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From obscurity to a Nobel Prize nomination: Houston scientists acclaimed for their patent-free COVID-19 vaccine

By ecropolis | February 10, 2022
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Dr. Hotez reacts to several states lifting mask mandates

By ecropolis | February 9, 2022
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Doctor on developing global COVID-19 vaccine: ‘We got zero help from the U.S. government’

By ecropolis | February 8, 2022
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AMA awards Dr. Peter Hotez with Scientific Achievement Award for work before and during pandemic

By ecropolis | February 8, 2022
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Pandemic game-changer? How older vaccine tech fills global gaps

By ecropolis | February 8, 2022
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Houston’s Dr. Peter Hotez honored by American Medical Association for COVID work

By ecropolis | February 8, 2022
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A Latina scientist co-created a new Covid vaccine. She’s nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize.

By ecropolis | February 7, 2022
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Time for Texas to treat COVID-19 outbreaks like stormy weather

By ecropolis | February 4, 2022
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