Published in


The Good and Bad Lessons From Sweden

A rising mortality rate suggests the more lax model means more death

Photo illustration. Photos (Getty Images): alexey_ds; daboost

A funny thing happened in late April: Sweden — 70% marginal tax rate, safety net replete Sweden — briefly became the darling of the American right wing.

The cause of the fandom was the country’s approach to mitigating the coronavirus pandemic’s effects on its…




Your life, sourced by science. A publication from Medium about health and wellness.

Recommended from Medium

The US Can Do More to Accelerate Development of a Covid-19 Vaccine

COVID-19 — Tips To Boost Immune System During COVID

The Overview — May 22, 2020

Covid: Who Should be Vaccinated?

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

Inoculation Gets Off to a Slow Start, But COVID-19 Vaccine Opt-In Continues to Rise

#NEWS | Brighter Days Ahead: PH prepares for COVID-19 vaccination programs

Covid Vaccines and Trust

Get the Medium app

A button that says 'Download on the App Store', and if clicked it will lead you to the iOS App store
A button that says 'Get it on, Google Play', and if clicked it will lead you to the Google Play store
Keren Landman, MD

Keren Landman, MD

Infectious disease doctor | Epidemiologist | Journalist | Health disparities, HIV/STDs, LGBTQ care, et al. | kerenlandman.com.

More from Medium

How NOT to Help Ukraine

I have a specific idea about how to make the world more peaceful

The Russian People Must Remove Vladimir Putin

What to read from the last week about Russia’s war in Ukraine