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A Public Health Expert Weighs in on That Controversial NYTimes Thanksgiving Column

‘We aren’t really in a bubble — we are in a web’

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This Thanksgiving, many people are making difficult sacrifices. For frontline health care workers, this means long shifts away from loved ones, caring for critically ill people struggling against a deadly illness. For others, it means skipping…




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Caredwen Foley

Caredwen Foley

Grad student in Environmental Health at BUSPH. Toxicology, epidemiology, risk assessment, communications. My job is to help you stay safe. @EpiCovidCorps

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