Ed Yong

science writer at The Atlantic

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Staff writer for The Atlantic where he covers science; former writer of the National Geographic's Not Exactly Rocket Science blog 

Ed Yong on KCRW

“A lot of us are expecting to get out into the world now that things are a little bit better and feel joy.

After COVID wanes, mental and emotional effects still linger

“A lot of us are expecting to get out into the world now that things are a little bit better and feel joy.

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Southern California has become the epicenter of the COVID-19 outbreak in the country. LA, San Diego, and Riverside counties have run out of ICU space at their hospitals.

What science won and lost in the race to create COVID vaccines

Southern California has become the epicenter of the COVID-19 outbreak in the country. LA, San Diego, and Riverside counties have run out of ICU space at their hospitals.

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As coronavirus cases surge nationwide, hospitals are running dangerously close to capacity. Santa Clara County announced over the weekend they could be overwhelmed in three weeks.

‘The near-term future is set, and it looks disastrous.’ Hospitals inch toward capacity during COVID

As coronavirus cases surge nationwide, hospitals are running dangerously close to capacity. Santa Clara County announced over the weekend they could be overwhelmed in three weeks.

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