Twitter announced this week that it will stop enforcing its previous policy that targeted COVID-19 misinformation on its platform.
We hear more and more these days about 'burnout' and workers who claim they're at that point. It's easy — too easy — to dismiss those claims.
Florida's anti-mandate governor was caught on camera seemingly shaming young people who were to stand behind him from wearing masks.
Former President Donald Trump criticized 'gutless politicians' who won't say whether they took a COVID-19 vaccine booster. He's not wrong.
By now, after nearly two years of COVID-19, you probably hate to hear the word 'vaccine.' So I present a timely post about that little word.
Pfizer has asked the Food and Drug Administration to grant an Emergency Use Authorization for a COVID pill designed to treat severe cases.
Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, one of the dumbest things I've heard people say to talk about death risks is, 'Everybody dies.'
An Alabama doctor recently notified his unvaccinated patients that they have to get the COVID-19 vaccine or find another doctor.
I see a growing number of restaurants across the country are starting to require their would-be customers to provide proof of vaccination.
The most misspelled word of 2021 probably won't surprise you. But others on the list from a recent study might make you scratch your head.
Patrick is a longtime television producer and digital journalist.
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