The loss of disabled and chronically ill lives due to COVID-19 is no less tragic or preventable.
Ever since the beginning of the pandemic, there’s been a disturbing caveat to the casualty reports. Many of the dead, the reports say, had “comorbidities”—other conditions that left them especially vulnerable to the virus. Continue reading →
A liquefied natural gas disaster could make an oil spill look like a picnic.
Liquefied natural gas (LNG) is a potential disaster in the making. That’s the conclusion of a new report by Physicians for Social Responsibility, which surveyed an abundance of research on LNG’s threats to public health. Continue reading →
Mercury regulations save 11,000 lives each year. Now, the EPA wants to weaken them.
While Americans were quietly preparing to ring in the New Year, the EPA gave families a deadly present to start the year off wrong. Continue reading →
Nothing is more personal than the right to control your own body
Roe doesn’t just protect abortion rights. It’s the keystone that keeps politicians out of the most intimate aspects of our lives.
Posted on May 5, 2022 by Olivia Alperstein
The personal, as they say, is political. And there’s nothing more personal than the right to control your own body. Continue reading →